'Story Of (Post)Conceptual Art In Slovakia' @ Ludwig Museum Budapest

  • 16 Apr 2019 11:12 AM
'Story Of (Post)Conceptual Art In Slovakia' @ Ludwig Museum Budapest
Seen until 23 June. The exhibition entitled SIGNAL will introduce one of the crucial tendencies present in modern and contemporary Slovak art.

It will focus on the origination of and the developments in Conceptual and Post-Conceptual Art from the horizon of the past fifty years in Slovakia, i.e. from the alternative unofficial scene of the 1960s as far as to the legal artistic platform after 1989.

The works by two generations of artists, such as Peter Bartoš, Cyril Blažo, Stano Filko, Petra Feriancová, Viktor Frešo, Jozef Jankovič, Aneta Mona Chisa – Lucia Tkáčová, Martin Kochan, Július Koller, Roman Ondak, Boris Ondreička, Monogrammist D. T., Rudo Sikora, Pavla Sceranková, Peter Rónai and Jaro Varga, will acquaint with the individual forms of conceptual artistic morphology as it was moulded by the transforming, new aesthetic criteria with their intrinsic codes.

Tickets: HUF 1,600

Venue: 
Ludwig Museum
1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell u. 1.

More: Ludwig Museum

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