The Leibniz-Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe (GWZO), with joint support from the Terra Foundation for American Art and the Getty Foundation through its Connecting Art Histories initiative, is launching a new series of traveling research seminars to explore relationships between the U.S. and East-Central European art scenes after 1945.
Led by Dr. Beáta Hock, “Linking Art Worlds: American Art and Eastern Europe in the Cold War to the Present” re-examines national art histories from a transnational and interdisciplinary perspective, also implicating socio-historical and political factors underpinning artistic practice. The project takes the form of five extended meetings of seminars, lectures, site visits and writing workshops. The seminars will be held in Prague, Budapest (Central European Research Institute for Art History - KEMKI), Berlin/Leipzig, New York and Giverny (France) between 2022 and 2024.
KEMKI is the partner and venue for the Budapest seminar.
The following three public events take place at KEMKI (1135 Budapest, Szabolcs street 33-35, OMRRK Campus, building C) and can be visited without registration:
Miklós Jancsó, Cantata (1963)
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Judit Kóthy, A Fiery Autumn in the Cold War (2006, documentary)
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Pop Art in the Eastern Bloc? Some examples of cultural transfer - An exchange between Dávid Fehér and Tomas Pospiszyl
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More information on the project and the Budapest seminar: