Vasarely Museum, 1033 Budapest Szentlélek sq. 6.

14 May 2014 - 18 September 2014

Date and time: 14 May 2014, 7 pm

Opening speech by TAMÁS KONOK

With the participation of

Levente BÁLVÁNYOS • Barna BENEDEK • Anna Maria BOGNER • Marieta CHIRULESCU •Georgi DIMITROV • Anita EGLE • Doris FEND • Katalin HAÁSZ • Esther HAGENMAIER • István HALMI-HORVÁTH • José HEERKENS • Tamás JOVÁNOVICS • Károly KESERÜ •Ditty KETTING • Zsuzsanna KORODI • Andrea Maria KRENN • Barbara NAGY • Otto REITSPERGER • Anikó ROBITZ • Bertalan VARGA • András WOLSKY

Curated by Barna Benedek, Dóra Maurer and András Wolsky.

The exhibition will be open to the public daily, with the exception of Mondays, until 28 September 2014 from 10 am till 5.30 pm

Special thanks to Daniel Roy (Berlin) and Peter Lindner (Wien).

Most of the international exhibitions that have been organized by OSAS since 2006 at the Vasarely Museum Budapest have focused on a particular theme. Word and Image, Transparency, and Chance as Strategy, for instance, were all such shows. Rather than centring on a predetermined theme, the current exhibition simply recognizes and explores a few fresh positions within Constructive-Concrete Art, which has once again become universally timely and relevant. It brings to life the idea of two young OSAS members: Barna Benedek and András Wolsky. Both artists participated in the international symposium Orthogonal, which was held in Sofia in 2012 and directed by painter Georgi Dimitrov. Through this project they seek to expand on the positive experiences and connections they acquired there. As also expressed by the exhibition title, a common denominator between the displayed artworks has nevertheless evolved:  Space as Space – analytical engagement of the perception and shaping of space, treating the concept of space in an autonomous, unique manner.