Radical Practices from Marinko Sudac Collection
A38 Ship Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
05. October 2015 - 10. October 2015


curator: Ivana Janković

The exhibition Radical Practices from the Marinko Sudac Collection is a short-list selection of Neo-Avant-Garde and Post-Avant-Garde masterpieces created from the early 1960s until the early 1980s. Emblematic works of Art informel, proto-conceptual, conceptual, and post-conceptual art, experimental films of the 1960s and 1970s, Arte Povera, ecological art and other radical approaches created in the spirit of Yugoslav new artistic practices. The works from the Marinko Sudac Collection are presented in the gallery space of the famous Ukrainian ship widely known as the Artemovsk 38, docked on the Danube River. Once a cargo ship, built in 1968, in the year which signifies a turning point of European and World history of the 20th century, today A38 is one of the most interesting cultural centres of the Hungarian capital. 

Curator Ivana Janković gave an interview for Hungarian Pefi TV.

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