SRIAT
At Wang's

At Wang’s

Exhibition opening at the Ex-Chinese restaurant at Budapest 1114, Bartók Béla út 29. Opening times: 5th - 19th November, 16.00-19.00 Participating artist: Mike Ainsworth, József Sós, Dia Zékány, Aubrey Ramage Lay, Davor Paponja, Laura Arena, Esztella Levko, Gábor Erlich, Judit Kis, Bence György Pálinkás, Virág Bogyó (PR Csoport), Csilla Hódi (PR Csoport) A workshop led...
Photo documentation - SRIAT: Discussion

Photo documentation – SRIAT: Discussion

“An Appeal for an Alternative” Wednesday, October 24th, 6.30 p.m., Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art (Library), Budapest 1095, Komor Marcell u. 1. Participants: Miklós Erhardt (Vienna/Budapest), Lilla Khoór (Budapest), Thomas Kilpper (Berlin), János Sugár (Budapest) Moderated by: Szilvia Nagy (Budapest) Photos by Máté Bartha
“An Appeal for an Alternative”

“An Appeal for an Alternative”

+++ Magyarul +++ Wednesday, October 24th, 6.30 p.m. Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art (Library), Budapest 1095, Komor Marcell u. 1. Participants: Miklós Erhardt (Vienna/Budapest), Lilla Khoór (Budapest), Thomas Kilpper (Berlin), János Sugár (Budapest) Moderated by: Szilvia Nagy (Budapest) The title of the roundtable discussion is inspired by Beuys' idea that art should assume...
SRIAT: Social Responsibility In Art Today

SRIAT: Social Responsibility In Art Today

The project SRIAT: Social Responsibility in Art Today was organized by Igor Metropol Association in collaboration with the Intermedia, the Art Theory and Curatorial Studies Departments and TransPraxis – International Center for Art and Theory, of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in Budapest. Due to the current political situation in Hungary, the topic of...
Call for participants!   “SRIAT: Social Responsibility In Art Today!”

Call for participants! “SRIAT: Social Responsibility In Art Today!”

“SRIAT: Social Responsibility In Art Today!” Workshop and Exhibition in Budapest, Hungary Workshop: October 24th – November 5th, 2012. Exhibition Opening: November 5th Location: Budapest, Bartók Béla út 29.