ANDREAS FOGARASI: LA CIUDAD DE COLOR/VASARELY GO HOME

"Photo from Vasarely go home exhibition, 1969"

Photo credit: vozpopuli.com

 

Vasarely go home from the renowned contemporary Austrian artist Andreas Fogarasi (Vienna, 1977) is the centerpiece of the exhibition “Andreas Fogarasi: La ciudad de color/Vasarely go home”, currently on display at the Museo Reina Sofia (Madrid, Spain).

Along the exhibition the visitor can discover and learn about the importance of the artwork made by Victor Vasarely, a Hungarian well known artist living during the time of the cold war and being an active part of the Hungarian art scene. Throughout the documentary Vasarely go home various artists from the cultural life in Budapest, like Dora Maurer, Pessoth Kisztina or Gyula Paver, talk about the influence of the work of Vasarely and his exhibition opening in Budapest in 1969.

The work of Andreas Fogarasi displays his vision of contemporary cities as an element of expression of power, political and economic relations as well as the importance of the contemporary art and the culture in current days. The exhibition can be visited until the next 9 of January 2012.

The Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo (CAAC, Seville, Spain) also hosts an exhibition from Fogarasi, “Constructing/Dismantling” on display until the 15 of January 2012.

 

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More information (in English/Spanish): Museo Reina Sofía, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo.

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