Domek Romański Lower Silesian Photography Centre
Gallery of the Wrocław Culture and Art Centre, run by the Local Government of Lower Silesia Province
Domek Romański Lower Silesian Photography Centre is located in the historic House of Trzebnica Maidens, the former residence of Trzebnica/Trebnitz Cistercians, the oldest residential building in Wrocław, erected in 1208. Now the centre mostly hosts temporary exhibitions of a wide range of photography. The venue continues the tradition of the photography galleries that had occupied the building since the early 1970s: the Wrocław Gallery of Photography and the Foto-Medium-Art. The gallery has hosted exhibitions of work by the likes of Ryszard Horowitz, Edward Hartwig, Jan Bułhak, Jean Loup Sieff, Luis Gonzales Palma, Joseph Beuys, Stefan Arczyński, August Sander, Fritz Lang, Zeev Ramiel, Andrzej Dudziński, Tadeusz Rolke, Romualdas Požeskis, Jan Tarasin, Tomasz Gudzowaty and Maurizio Buscarino. The Romanesque House Centre promotes the work of established artists but also gives emerging artists and art school graduates the opportunity to exhibit their art. It showcases the work of Polish and international artists alike. The gallery has three spaces: Romanesque, Gothic and contemporary. The venue is centrally located, on a walking route that links Market Square (Rynek) and Ostrów Tumski. It is a branch of the Culture and Art Centre in Wrocław, which is run by the Local Government of Lower Silesia Province.