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One complete set of all the 100 works is reserved as a unit.
In the context of the exhibition in Veszprém, an idea was set to live that had already been part of the original 2019 concept: As the exhibition was meant to travel, it was intended to invite artists from the region, local area or even nation the respective venue would be located. Contacts to all continents had already been made, from Beijing/China through Rabat/Morocco, Melboure/Australia and Montevideo/Urugay. However, the Covid-19-Pandemic forced the complete cancellation of these plans.
The more, it was a real pleasure to be able and invite 24 Hungarian artists to make proposals for additional contributions to the 2023 exhibition. As a consequence, the organisers – SAMMLUNG SCHROTH, House of Arts, Veszprém and drj art projects, then had to make hard a choice to finally select six works for the extension of the CENTURY-project.
The new entries are to be seen here [ordered alphabetically by first name, as the complete project is]:
Third time on display January 20 through April 2, 2023, at Palais Dubniczay in Veszprém, Hungary
As part of the European Capital of Culture 2023, the exhibition CENTURY. idee bauhaus will be on view once again in Veszprém, Hungary in the municipal museum House of Arts.
The backdrop is the personal contact of the collector and initiator of the Stiftung Konzeptuelle Kunst Soest, Carl-Jürgen Schroth, with the collector László Vass, who himself runs a private museum in Veszprém that is a venue of the House of Arts. Its focus is close to Stiftung Konzeptuelle Kunst Soest in terms of content. Carl-Jürgen Schroth acquired the original edition of CENTURY in 2020 for his collection. Together with other selected works from his extensive art collection of minimal, conceptual and concrete art, it will be on display in Veszprém from January 20, 2023 through April 2, 2023. Moreover, there will be an exchange with works from the László Vass Collection, which will then be shown in the Schroth Artroom at the Wilhelm Morgner Museum in Soest.
For the press release in English and German, Click here…