Luna Eventually Mars

International exhibition of the project “Mail Art” (Art contained in a postcard)

The idea of the project : is the popularization of Stanislaw Lem’s works and his relationship with the City of Cracow. It’s aimed that each participant of the project is to reflect on the multi-layered background of Stanisław Lem’s work, and how it has been and is being read by the world of science, philosophy, and art. One of the crucial elements of our project is the fact of Exploration of Mars.

Luna Eventually Mars

Międzynarodowa wystawa projektu „Mail Art” (Sztuka zawarta w pocztówce)

Ideą projektu jest: popularyzacja twórczości Stanisława Lema oraz jego związku z Miastem Kraków. Pragniemy aby każdy z uczestników projektu zastanowił się nad tym jak wielowarstwowe podłoże miała twórczość Stanisława Lema, oraz w jaki sposób była i jest ona odczytywana przez świat nauki, filozofii i sztuki. Bardzo istotnym elementem naszego projektu jest fakt eksploracji kosmicznej Marsa.

Dear Artists Participants of the Artistic Mail Exhibition “Luna Eventualy Mars”

Please be advised that on our website from Wednesday you will be able to download a free version of the catalog in pdf format.


Luna team

Meet Our team

Iwa Kruczkowska-Król
Iwa Kruczkowska-Król

The originator and coordinator of the project

see bio

Iwa Kruczkowska-Król born in Zabrze, the southern part of Poland.

She has got her university diploma with first-class honors from the painting studio of Professor Jacek Waltoś, with the annex from artistic tapestry under the supervision of Professor Lilla Kulka. She earned her specialty stage design diploma in 2004 under the supervision of Professor Krystyna Zachwatowicz-Wajda. 2011- 2012 postgraduate studies at the Faculty of interior design and design of the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice. PhD -2017 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. Since the same year he has been an employee of the Faculty of Architecture at the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice

She participated in many personal (over 20) and collective (over 200) exhibitions (many times as a curator of the exhibitions also) in Poland, USA, Ireland, England Germany, France, Hungary, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Italy, Japan, Russia, Ukraine, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Belgium, India, Switzerland, Albania, South Korea , Georgia (Including Mail Art projects in : Spain, Turkey, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Austria, Argentina, Serbia, Kyrgyzstan, Finland) and online projects in Australia, Nepal, China, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Bolivia.

Awarded many times in painting competitions and honored with creative scholarships from the City of Krakow and the Marshal of the Silesian Voivodeship.
She deals in painting, scenography, unique fabric and artistic education.


Jolanta Kuśmierska:
Jolanta Kuśmierska:

The originator and curator of the online exhibition

see her bio

Jolanta Kuśmierska – was born in Bedzin. She graduated from the University of Silesia – Branch in Cieszyn, Faculty of Art, specialization in painting. Painting promoter Professor Tadeusz Rus. Postgraduate course computer graphics Silesia – Branch in Cieszyn.

Postgraduate studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Faculty of Painting. She obtained her doctoral degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow in 2018 under the supervision of  Professor  Zbigniew Bajek. From 2011, the Association of Polish Artists and Designers, Katowice District, from 2020, Krakow District.

She deals with painting, computer graphics, drawing and photography.  She often, attempts to combine different media creating original collages. She participated in many exhibitions in Poland and abroad. Among others in the USA, Germany, Ireland, Great Britain, Russia, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, France India, Turkey and Hungary.

Krystyna Malinowska:
Krystyna Malinowska:

Curator of the stationary exhibition

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Krystyna Malinowska was born in 1957  in Krakow (Poland).  She graduated from the  Department of Painting at Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. In 2012 she began doctoral studies at Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, at the Department of Painting. She took part in many solo and group exhibitions in Poland and abroad.  She practices painting, computer graphics, and also creates a unique fabric in the art batik. While painting, she strives to combine high level of abstraction with expressive features of colours. She lives and works in Kraków.

She says about her painting:
The works I present, show my own picture in the sphere of virtual beings. To create my artworks I cut out and take out different fragments of realistic scenes and puts them in my own phantasmagoria. The background of my pictures is an ornament. Sometimes, the elements of the ornament are the  photoes of women’s  legs. I join  them in different relations  and then I multiply them on the canvas . The clue of my artworks is the story of my own. The story enables  me to know myself and the story enables to confront me with myself. Due to this confrontation my identity changes. 

Andrzej Chmiel
Andrzej Chmiel

curator of the online exhibition, designer of virtual spaces.

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Andrzej Chmiel is a Polish artist based in Katowice. Following the completion of grounding studies in Bielsko-Biała Art School, he graduated MA from the Institute of Art of the Silesian University, Cieszyn. His highly awarded works have been shown at various exhibitions.

Apart from the specifically selected “Fury Series” ink drawings featured in this book; his work has a wide range of varied manifestations. From traditional academic works, the hand-generated pencil sketches and ink drawings, and paintings, to digital artworks. His work has been featured on the Adobe Behance website.

Much of his ink drawings work is focused on social criticism. The figures are allegorical archetypes, characters of conflict writ large, defined by their place in an unfolding drama. ‘Masks – Forms’ are works in which hypnotism and brain-washing are incisively examined and human bodies lose themselves within other bodies. He creates
an amorphous blending of engagements in flagrant intercourse of social conflict.

As expressed in the artist’s words: ‘chaotic composition are the perfect way to express the insanity of our times and dark corners of human psyche and human ego.

He believe that Art and technology WILL DEFINE the future of humanity.


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