Ten emerging international curators, part of BLOCKFREI‘s annual curators-in-residence program Curators’ Agenda, visited viennacontemporary. Here’s what impressed them the most.
This year’s special show is dedicated to the Hungarian neo-avant-garde of the 1970s, which even today has hardly been recognized. Starting from the development of the unoffcial art scene of the 1960s in Hungary, the presentation attempts to raise awareness for the various movements that existed in Hungary at the time after the deconstruction of the …
Monthly overview on #viennacontemporaryMag of the most interesting exhibitions across Eastern Europe, handpicked by Tina Kaplar, editor in chief of Art Guide East.
New on #viennacontemporaryMag: a monthly overview of the most interesting exhibitions accross Eastern Europe, handpicked by Tina Kaplar, editor in chief of Art Guide East.