List of all exhibits. Click on one of them to go to the exhibit page. The topics allow exhibits to be selected by their concept categories. On the right, you can choose the settings of the list view.

The list below shows links between exhibits in a non-standard way. The points denote the exhibits and the connecting lines are connections between them, according to the selected categories.

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A Fischer ski jumping ski without binding. The traces of the screws, with which the bindings were fixed, start 60 cm from the heel (in total, they appear over a 42 cm section).

The upper side of the ski features the handwritten inscription: “For the Museum Chamber in Piwniczna Małysz Adam”.

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A Fischer ski jumping ski without binding. The traces of the screws, with which the bindings were fixed, start 60 cm from the heel (in total, they appear over a 42 cm section).

The upper side of the ski features the handwritten inscription: “For the Museum Chamber in Piwniczna Małysz Adam”.

Elaborated by the Regional Museum of the Association of Piwniczna Enthusiasts, © all rights reserved

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A maze of sense and meaning

The fragment taken from Tadeusz Kantor’s Writings is an invitation.
More than 770 objects, which you will find on the portal, are also 770 stories, 770 separate yet intertwined worlds.
Małopolska’s Virtual Museums constitute a large library, which, as Umberto Eco wanted, is a place to hide (to store), but also to find; a labyrinth of various, often transient, objects and meanings. They can also be a space for the dialogue and discovery of the secret language of relics which, although once part of someone’s life, have been placed in museum collections. Now they breathe a different air – museum cabinets and storerooms...

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“List of 937 exhibits
sketches
drawings
projects
plans
ideas
definitions
analysis
manifests
albums
recipes
prescripts
records
descriptions
games
plays
landscapes
battles
metaphors
metamorphosis
wrecks
destruction
broken taxi
fears
obsessions
horizontal statues
vertical
standing
lying
cycles
specimen
perspectives
panoramas
relics
pauses
aneantyzacje [Kantor’s special artistic methods]
brikabraki [see above]
rendezvous
letters
documents
comments
assemblages,
collages,
embalmments,
and
so
on[1]

The fragment taken from Tadeusz Kantor’s Writings is an invitation.
More than 770 objects, which you will find on the portal, are also 770 stories, 770 separate yet intertwined worlds.

Małopolska’s Virtual Museums constitute a large library, which, as Umberto Eco wanted, is a place to hide (to store), but also to find; a labyrinth of various, often transient, objects and meanings. They can also be a space for the dialogue and discovery of the secret language of relics which, although once part of someone’s life, have been placed in museum collections. Now they breathe a different air – museum cabinets and storerooms.
These are sketches, drawings (such as those by Witkacy, Kantor  or Wyspiański), emanations of someone’s ideas and plans ( Mikiphone pocket phonograph, the flight board of the 308 Krakow Fighter Squadron), destruction and metamorphosis (a vase made from the shell of an artillery roundsalt haira signboard with moving fonts). Vertical figures (like St. Stanislas or Madonna from Krużlowa) and horizontal ones (Napoleon On Horseback). Unique objects (like the Vaca Muerta meteorite or skis of Adam Małysz) and ordinary-unusual objects (like a spoon-holder,a cranked butter churn or a night armchair), which successfully functioned in the homes of our great-grandmothers or great-grandparents, but with the end of the epoch discreetly went out of use.
In Kantor’s part „and so on” on the portal there are countless opportunities to explore and discover personal significance and meanings. The world of Małopolska’s Virtual Museums is just the beginning and the starting point for individual discoveries and wanderings, to which we cordially invite you.

Elaborated by: Anna Berestecka (Editorial team of Małopolskas Virtual Museums),
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 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Poland License.


[1] T. Kantor, Pisma, vol. I: Metamorfozy. Teksty o latach 1934–1974, Wrocław 2005, pp. 231–232.

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