Collection Grauwinkel 1982-2012 - Thirty Years of Concrete Art

Vasarely Museum

12 May 2013 - 14 September 2013

Imre Kocsis: I.B. 1975

The Open Structure Art Society (OSAS) exhibits 100 selected  artworks in the
Vasarely Museum of Budapest from the private collection of the Berliner
Siegfried GRAUWINKEL. The exhibition focuses on Constructive-Concrete Art,
but also extends to the border areas of Minimalism, Conceptual-Art and Zero.
The exhibition is guided by an illustrated catalogue of the whole
collection.
Curator: István Haász.

The exhibition will be open till the 15th September.

On the 14th at 6 pm we celebrate a finissage which is connected with the screening of a monographic video on the art of Max Bill.

 

The exhibition is guided by an illustrated catalogue of the whole collection.



 

 

Participant artists
Steven Aalders Frank Badur Imre Bak Waldo Balart Horst Bartnig Thomas Bayrie Charles Bézie Max Bill Hartmut Böhm Bob Bonies Andreas Brandt Gisela von Bruchhausen Hellmut Bruch Daniel Buren Max Cole Christiane Conrad Susanne Daetwyler Piero Dorazio Paul Uwe Dreyer Bruno Erdmann Dann Flavin Güntner Förg Dan Freudenthal Güntner Fruhtrunk Heinz Grappmayr Johannes Geccelli Rupprecht Geiger Hans Jörg Glattfelder Hermann Glöckner Kuno Gonschior Camille Graeser Johannes Grützke István Haász Marcia Hafif Herbert Hajek Herbert Hinteregger Olaf Holzapfel Callum Innes Susanne Jung Imre Kocsis Matti Kujasalo Alfons Lachauer Marie-Jo Lafontaine Josef Linschinger Adolf Luther Susanne Lyner Heinz Mack Carl Magnus Andrea Malär Dóra Maurer Manfred Mohr Leinhard Monkiewitsch Jan van Munster Ben Muthofer Aurelie Nemours Kenneth Noland Georg Karl Pfahler Frank Piasta Gudrun Piper Otto Piene Henri Prosi Dirk Rathke Hans Peter Reuter Reinhard Roy Nelly Rudin Rolf Schmidt Klaus J. Schön Peter Sedgley Helmut Senf Nathalie Sipie Elisabeth Sonneck Jacquier Stajnowicz Klaus Staudt Esther Stocker Niele Toroni Günther Uecker Hans Uhlmann Marie Thérése Vacossin Rudolf Valenta Carles Valverde Ludwig Wilding Anton Stankowski