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SLOVAKIAN NEO-AVANT-GARDE Rudolf Sikora, Július Koller and the First Open Studio
Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb | 27. 1. 2017.–10. 2. 2017.
27. January 2017

The Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, in collaboration with the Institute for the Research of the Avant-Garde and the Marinko Sudac Collection is opening an exhibition of Rudolf Sikora (Žilina, 1946) and Július Koller (Piestany, 1939 — Bratislava, 2007), notable protagonists of the Eastern-European Neo-Avant-Garde scene.

On this occasion, the Zagreb audience will get a chance to see for the first time the work of two artists who have, with their works, marked the direction of (Czecho)-Slovak art in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

The exhibited works are a part of a collection of Avant-Garde and Neo-Avant-Garde 20th c. European art - the Marinko Sudac Collection - which, with rich documentary material works as a platform for the research of the artistic practices through the Institute for the Research of the Avant-Garde.

 
Milan Adamčiak (1946 - 2017)
17. January 2017

Milan Adamčiak, one of the most notable representative of Slovakian Neo-Avant-Garde art, performance artist and experimental musician, passed away on January 16, 2017.

 
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