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1971 – Parallel Nonsynchronism

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The starting points of the exhibition 1971 – Parallel Nonsynchronism are two contemporaneous bodies of artworks, which demonstrate the parallel tendencies of art in state socialist Hungary, during the so-called Kádár era (1957–1989). It examines the complex relationships of two defining generations of artists, without giving aesthetic or historical judgment. The exhibition endeavors to reveal and present artworks and the contexts in which they were produced: different and simultaneously existing concepts of art, opposing positions, disputes, and ultimately the complex relationship between state power and art.

An exhibition by the Kiscell Museum – Municipal Gallery and tranzit.hu. Curated by Dóra Hegyi, Zsuzsa László, Zsóka Leposa, Enikő Róka, László Százados