18:00 Wednesday, 08.06.2016 Exhibition opening Zuzanna Ginczanka Exhibition Muzeum Historii Fotografii Happyness is the real lifeOpen: 8.06 till 15.08.2016An exhibition devoted to Zuzanna Ginczanka (born 1917 in Kiev, died 1944 in Krakow), presents the life and work of the Polish poet, star of the interwar period Warsaw Bohemians The project is intended to bring close the life and work of the Polish poet of Jewish origin. The exposition has been enriched with the works of various artists, the selection of which was inspired by the poetry of Ginczanka, which creates an interesting dialogue between eras. Shown earlier (29.10.2015–29.02.2016) at the Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature in Warsaw, the June exhibition in Krakow will be rearranged and enriched with new research and visual materials.Ginczanka was one of the most talented, but also unappreciated women writing in the interwar period. She was a poet, a columnist and a translator. She published in Szpilki, Wiadomości Literackie, Skamander, Nowe Widnokręgi and Almanach Literacki. In 1936, at the age of 19, she released her first volume of poetry, O centaurach [On centaurs], in the J. Przeworski publishing house in Warsaw.The exhibition is an attempt to find the traces of her thought and art, and juxtapose them with the works of contemporary artists, which will create an interesting dialogue between eras. The main narrative of the exhibition is the timeline of Ginczankas life, enriched with documentary materials from her time.