Museum of Contemporary Art presents ‘Iparterv 50+’ series
Ludwig Museum is organizing a series of events entitled "Iparterv 50+" in order to evoke the various registers of the social-political reality characterizing the 1960s and ‘70s, the contemporaneous scene surrounding the former "Iparterv" exhibitions, their art-historical antecedents and their impact on subsequent generations, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
The events will materialize with the contribution of former exhibitors, organizers, fellow artists and experts working on processing the art-historical events.
The group exhibition presents a selection from the latest works of the artists who were represented at the "Iparterv" exhibitions between 1968 and 1969.
Additionally, the exhibition features works by contemporary artists reflecting on specific works by "Iparterv" artists or the Hungarian neo avant-garde in general. The exhibition runs from January 31-March 24.
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