The agile curator and president of the Institute for the Research of the Avant-Garde from Zagreb Branko Franceschi  opens the exhibition “Circles of Interference”  on 27th January in Budapest Kassak Muzeum together with Silvija Malnar, Counsellor, Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in Budapest and Csilla E. Csorba, General Director of the Petb’fi Literary Museum. The exhibition will be opened until 15 April, 2012.

The exhibition Circles of Interference, a collaborative effort between Marinko Sudac Collection, Kassák Museum and Institute for the Research of the Avant-garde, is based on the exchange and cooperative work between the editors of the avant-garde periodicals MA and Zenit, two that were among the most influential in the region at the beginning of the 1920’s. The exhibition covers the issues of networking and expansion of the avant-garde movement and the esthetic of Constructivism that, in between the two wars, had a strong and productive impact on the cultural life of the region.

Artists represented (in alphabetical order): Dragan Aleksić, Csuka Zoltán, Ivan Gol, Kassák Lajos, Ivana Tomljenović Meller, Ljubomir Micić, Marijan Mikac, Farkas Molnár, Branko Ve Poljanski, Bortnyik Sándor, Boško Tokin, Traveleri (Josip Seissel /Jo Klek, Miho Schön, Čedomil Plavšić)…

Magazines and editions: MA, Zenit, Út, Munka, Dada-Jok, Dada Tank, 100%, Dokumentum, Svetokret, Kinofon.

MV

Source:

From the catalogue and by the courtesy of curator.

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