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Magyar Modern

  • Highlights
The exhibition „Magyar Modern“ is the first comprehensive tribute to the Hungarian contribution to Classical Modernism in the German capital. Berlin plays a special role in the history of Hungarian art and culture: even before the First World War, Hungarian artists used the growing metropolis as an exhibition stage where they could present themselves to an international audience.

After reactionary forces put an end to the political reorganization of Hungary in 1919, the cosmopolitan Berlin of the Weimar Republic proved to be an exile for progressive artists.
On the Spree they found a place of creative freedom and showed great presence in various contexts of the avant-garde.

Berlin influenced many Hungarian artists as much as they influenced the art scene. The central aim of the exhibition is to make this mutual cultural inspiration known again. It brings together paintings, graphics, sculptures, photographs, and architectural drawings and enriches the perception of art in the long term with artistic achievements from East Central Europe.


Artists* (selection):

Béla Balázs, József Bató, Róbert Berény, Aurél Bernáth, Éva Besnyő, Vera Biller, Mihály Biró, Dezső Bokros Birman, Sándor Bortnyik, Marcel Breuer, Béla Czóbel, Lajos d'Ébneth, Sándor Ék, Jenő Feiks, Béni Ferenczy, Károly Ferenczy, Noémi Ferenczy, Alfréd Forbát, Imre Góth, Gyula Hincz, Béla Kádár, György Kákai Szabó, Ernő Kállai, Judit Kárász, Lajos Kassák, Oskar Kaufmann, Alfréd Kemény, György Kepes, Károly Kernstok, János Mattis Teutsch, László Moholy-Nagy, Martin Munkácsi, József Nemes Lampérth, Gyula Pap, László Péri, Bertalan Pór, György Rauscher, József Rippl-Rónai, Hugó Scheiber, Jolán Szilágyi, Lajos Tihanyi, Béla Uitz, Andor Weininger

Magyar Modern - Hungarian Art in Berlin 1920 -1933
  • MAJOR WORKS OF HUNGARIAN ART HISTORY
  • IMPRESSIVE DIVERSITY
  • ARCHITECTURE FOR A MODERN CITY
  • PRESS PHOTOGRAPHY AND EXPERIMENTAL FILM


The exhibition is a cooperation of the Berlinische Galerie with the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest - Hungarian National Gallery. Supporting program in cooperation with the Collegium Hungaricum Berlin.

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Berlinische Galerie - Landesmuseum für moderne Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur, Alte Jakobstraße 124-128, 10969 Berlin

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