The exhibition presents Sam Havadtoy's New York years, when his art was largely impacted by his working relationships with the outstanding artists of the city in the 1970's and 1980's.
Erwin Wurm's works do not follow the traditional expectations of the genre, what's more, the artist attempts to fundamentally rethink sculpture.
The newly set collection display makes attempts to present emphatic points not only in well-organised chronological order or along stylistic features, but to examine the characteristics, consonances, differences as well as the artistic-cultural parallels between Western and Eastern art.
Related by Sister Languages. Estonian-Hungarian Contemporary Art Exhibition 28. September, 2018 – 6. January, 2019
Both Hungarian and Estonian languages are of Finno-Ugric origin, but the two groups of people that have spread far from each other over the millennia have followed different historical paths. Where do the Northern, Baltic traditions and Central Eastern European history and the common post-socialist experience meet in the 21st century?
Salla Tykkä began her career in the mid-1990s. Her short films have been shown not only at international exhibitions but also in film festival competitions. For her work Giant, also on display at the Ludwig Museum, she received the Canon Tiger Award at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2014.
Liberty Bridge - New Urban Horizons 16th International Architecture Exhibition - Hungarian Pavilion 26. May, 2018 – 25. November
The architectural installation of the exhibition Liberty Bridge – New Horizons in the City presents the Hungarian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in an unprecedented way, in the atrium of which a lookout tower was built on the occasion of this year's Biennial. In the spirit of "free space", the central theme of the Biennial, the exhibition presents an exceptional episode in urban history that puts fundamental urban development issues into a new perspective.