Non-Aligned Art
Marinko Sudac Collection
Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art - Budapest

FM Center for Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition "Non-Aligned Art. Marinko Sudac Collection" on March 22nd at the Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art in Budapest.

After the success of Non-Aligned Modernity. Eastern-European Art from the Marinko Sudac Collection presented at FM Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea (10.27 – 12.23.2016), the exhibition arrives in Budapest in a revised adaptation by the curator Marco Scotini.

Non-Aligned Art displays works from the Marinko Sudac Collection in Zagreb, a collection “non-aligned” with the idea of classic collecting in its own right, including not only works of art, but also archives and documentary material of extraordinary historiographic importance.

The show focuses on the avant-garde art from the former Yugoslav states and some neighboring countries, to rediscover Eastern European art scene since the early 50s until the early 80s, with a particular attention to the Cold War period.

The exhibition Non-Aligned Art is a project by FM Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, in collaboration with Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, and Marinko Sudac Collection, Zagreb.

Artists, artists’ groups, and archival materials of independent spaces, included in the exhibition:

Marina ABRAMOVIĆ, Milan ADAMČIAK, Karel Adamus, At the Moment [kiállítás | exhibition], ATTALAI Gábor, Vojin BAKIĆ, Balatonboglári Kápolnaműterem [Balatonboglár Chapel Studio], Dimitrije BAŠIČEVIĆ MANGELOS (Gorgona), BEKE László, Jerzy BEREŚ, Slavko BOGDANOVIĆ (Kôd), BOSCH+BOSCH, Vladimír BOUDNÍK, Eugen BRIKCIUS, Boris BUĆAN, Dubravko BUDIĆ (TOK), Dalibor CHATRNÝ, Marijan CIGLIĆ (OHO), CSERNIK Attila (BOSCH+BOSCH), Radomir DAMNJANOVIĆ DAMNJAN, Drago DELLABERNARDINA (BOSCH+BOSCH), Boris DEMUR (Grupa Šestorice Autora), Braco DIMITIRJEVĆ, Nuša and Srečo DRAGAN, ERDÉLY Miklós, EXAT 51, The Šempas Family, Eugen FELLER, Ferenc FICZEK (Pécsi Műhely), Stano FILKO, Prvý Otvorený ateliér [Az első nyitott műhely kiállítás | The First Open Studio exhibition], Ivo GATTIN, GÁYOR Tibor, GEFF – Genre Film Festival, Iztok Geister (OHO), Gorgona, Tomislav GOTOVAC, Grupa Šestorice Autora, Milan GRYGAR, Vladimir GUDAC (TOK), GULYÁS Gyula, HAJAS Tibor, Matjaž HANŽEK (OHO), HALÁSZ Károly (Pécsi Műhely), Miljenko HORVAT (Gorgona), Sanja IVEKOVIĆ, Željko JERMAN (Grupa Šestorice Autora), Marijan JEVŠOVAR (Gorgona), Željko KIPKE, KISMÁNYOKY Károly (Pécsi Műhely), KEREKEŠ László, KLIVAR Miroslav, Julije KNIFER (Gorgona), Milan KNÍŽÁK, J. H. KOCMAN, Kôd, Běla KOLÁŘOVÁ, Július KOLLER, Vladimir KOPICL (Kôd), Jarosław KOZŁOWSKI, Ivan KOŽARIĆ (Gorgona), Naško KRIŽNAR (OHO), Paweł KWIEK, Andrzej LACHOWICZ, LADIK Katalin (BOSCH+BOSCH), LAKNER László, Otis LAUBERT, Natalia LL, Vlado MARTEK (Grupa Šestorice Autora), Slavko MATKOVIĆ (BOSCH+BOSCH), Dóra MAURER, Karel MILER, Era MILIVOJEVIĆ, Marijan MOLNAR, Antun MOTIKA, Marian MUDROCH, NET [kiállítás |exhibition], David NEZ (OHO), Ladislav NOVÁK, OHO, PÁLFALUSI Attila, Mihovil PANSINI, Pécsi Műhely, PERMAFO [Galéria | Gallery], PERNECZKY Géza, Vladimir PETEK, Ivan PICELJ, PINCZEHELYI Sándor (Pécsi Műhely), Marko POGAČNIK (OHO), Bogdanka PZNANOVIĆ, Red Peristyle, Józef ROBAKOWSKI, Đuro SEDER (Gorgona), Rudolf SIKORA, Zdzisław SOSNOWSKI, Aleksandar SRNEC, ST. AUBY Tamás, Jan STEKLIK, Sven STILINOVIĆ (Grupa Šestorice Autora), Mladen STILINOVIĆ (Grupa Šesto rice Autora), Josip STOŠIĆ, SZALMA László (BOSCH+BOSCH), SZIJÁRTÓ Kálmán (Pécsi Műhely), SZOMBATHY Bálint (BOSCH+BOSCH), Petr ŠTEMBERA, Slobodan TIŠMA (Grupa Kôd), Raša TODOSIJEVIĆ, TOK, TÓT Endre, Desider TÓTH, Goran TRBULJAK, Gergelj URKOM, Jiří VALOCH, Josip VANIŠTA (Gorgona), Verbumprogram, Fedor VUČEMILOVIĆ, Zbigniew WARPECHOWSKI, Jan WOJNAR, Jana ŽELIBSKÁ.

 

EL NEM KÖTELEZETT MŰVÉSZET
Marinko Sudac gyűjteménye

NON-ALIGNED ART
Marinko Sudac Collection
23.03.2017 - 25.06.2017
Opening: 22.03.2017

Curated by Marco Scotini, FM Centro per l'Arte Contemporanea, Milano
Coordination and adaptation of the exhibition:
Kálmán Borbála, Ludwig Múzeum
Dorotea Fotivec, Institute for the Research of the Avant-Garde, Zágráb

 

Ludwig Múzeum
Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest

www.ludwigmuseum.hu

 

Photo: Attalai Gábor, Negative Star, 1970, Marinko Sudac Collection

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