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The 35-year anniversary exhibition of MAMŰ

Exhibiting artists: Baász Szigeti Pálma, Babinszky Csilla, Bács Emese, Balázs Áron, Balogh Csaba és Balogh Erzsébet, Bartha Sándor, Bartus Ferenc, Block csoport, Bob József, Bocskay Vince, Bodor Anikó, Bogdándy Z. Szultán, Borgó, Csíky Szabó Ágnes, Daradics Árpád, Diénes Attila, Dobó Krisztina, Dóra Attila, Dóró Sándor, Elekes Károly, Erdélyi Gábor, Erőss István, Fekete Tibor, Ferenczi Károly (Omonymus), Garda Aladár, Gáspár Gyula, Gyarmathy János, Győrffy Sándor, Halmi-Horváth István, Herman Levente, Horváth Levente, Jovián György, Kacsó István, Katona Zoltán, Koroknai Zsolt, Kurt Welther, Kuti Dénes, Lakatos Pál Sándor, Lovász Erzsébet, Mana Bucur, Membrandt, Miklós Árpád, Miklósi Dénes, Nagy Árpád (Pika), Nagy Csaba, Nagy Dalma, Nagy Zopán, Nayg István, Nemes László, Ocskay László (Doky), Pál Csaba, Palkó Tibor, Pető Barna, Pető Hunor, Pokorny Attila, Sebestyén Zoltán, Szabó Ábel, Szabó Zoltán (Judóka), Szász Sándor, Székely Annamária, Szigeti Gábor Csongor, Szombathy Bálint, Szotyory László, Tasnádi József, Ujvárossy László, Uta Heinecke, Ütő Gusztáv, Varga-Welther Júlia, Zirczi Judit

Organizer: MAMŰ Society Cultural Association

Curator: Fándly Edit

Coordinator: Szigeti Gábor Csongor


I. Târgu-Mureş [RO]
2013. 01. 11. − 2013. 02. 03.

II. Sfântu Gheorghe [RO]
2013. 02. 12. − 2013. 03. 03.

Megnyitó / Vernisaj / Opening: 2013. február 12. / 12 februarie 2013 / 12 February 2013, Kedd / Marţi / Tuesday 17.00 / 5 p.m. MAGMA Kortárs Művészeti Kiállítótér / Spaţiul Expoziţional de Artă Contemporană / Contemporary Art Space 520008 Szabadság tér 2. / Piaţa Libertăţii nr. 2.Nyitva / Deschis / Open : K-V/ M-D / Tue-Sun 11.00 - 19.00 / 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. 18. 00 / 6 p.m. Lábas Ház / Casa cu Arcade / House with Arcade
520055, Szabadság tér 7./ Piaţa Libertăţii nr. 7. Nyitva / Deschis / Open : K-V/ M-D / Tue-Sun 9.00 - 17.00 / 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 19.00 / 7 p.m. Székely Nemzeti Múzeum / Muzeul Naţional Secuiesc / Székely National Museum
520055, Kós Károly u. /str. nr. 10.Nyitva / Deschis / Open : K-P / M-V / Tue-Fri 9.00 - 16.00 / 9 a.m- 4 p.m. & Szo-V / S-D / Sat-Sun 9. 00- 14.00 / 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Megnyitja / Cuvânt de deschidere / Opening speech by: Szücs György / György Szücs művészettörténész / istoric de artă / art historian
Megtekinthető / Finisaj / On view: 2013. március 3. / 3 martie 2013 / 3 March 2013, Vasárnap / Dumunică / Sunday

III. Veszprém [HU]
2013. 03. 15. - 2013. 04. 14.

Megnyitó / Vernisaj / Opening: 2013. március 15. / 15 martie 2013 / 15 March 2013, Péntek / Vineri / Friday 17.00 / 5 p.m. Csikász Galéria / Galeria Csikász / Gallery
8200, Vár u. 17. sz. Nyitva / Deschis / Open : H-Szo / L-S / Mon-Sat / 10.00 - 17.00 / 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 18. 00 / 6 p.m. Várgaléria & Magtár / Galeria Castel & Magtár / Castle Gallery & Magtár 8200, Vár u. 29. sz. Nyitva / Deschis / Open : K-V / M-D / Mon-Sun / 10.00-17.00 / 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 19.00 / 7 p.m. Laczkó Dezső Múzeum / Muzeul Laczkó Dezső / Laczkó Dezső Museum, II. emelet / etaj / floor 8200, Erzsébet sétány 1. Nyitva / Deschis / Open : K-V / M-D / Mon-Sun / 10.00-18.00 / 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Megnyitja / Cuvânt de deschidere / Opening speech by: Szücs György / György Szücs művészettörténész / istoric de artă / art historian
Megtekinthető / Finisaj / On view: 2013. április. 14. / 14 aprilie 2013 / 14 April 2013, Vasárnap / Dumunică / Sunday

The MAMŰ-story began in Târgu Mureş 35 years ago. In the respective period, the Marosvásárhelyi Workshop (MAMŰ – named by Vilmos Ágoston philosopher, writer) played a determinin role in the town’s alternative art scene. From 1978 to 1983/84, the workshop’s members performed several natural interventions, different kind of actions, and significant experiments in order to revolutionise traditional art genres, and by these displayed a vibrant intellectual atmosphere and progressive artistic activities. A large number of artists linked to this group, emigrated from Romania during the 80s. Many of them were founding member of the fine arts society named ”MA(születő) MŰ(vek) - MAMŰ” established in Budaörs in 1991, as well as Hungarian-born artists and theoreticians. The re-establishment act 22-years-ago could be interpreted as the continuation of the former MAMŰ-story (due to the same name, mentality and a certain personal continuity) and in the same time it’s a beginning of a new chapter, as well. The Society meant and still does such a platform focusing on the support of the contemporary art tendencies, to preserve the diversity of artistic expressions, opening towards the related fields of art and to develop and maintain international artistic dialogues. Since 1991, the headcount of the society has increased progressively; the immigrated and the Hungarian-born artists are equally important to the group, even those, who live in Western European countries; art critics, and experimental composers, too.

The apropos of the Time-dependence is the 35-years anniversary of MAMŰ. By involving nearly 70 artists, this travelling show is able to present a wider cross-section of the various artistic practises intersected at MAMŰ. The key notions (time and dependence) of the pre-defined exhibition concept refer to the remembering, analytic and evaluative characteristics of anniversaries on one hand, while on the other hand, the junction of them functioned as an appeal. The exhibition material was composed from imprints of individual approaches which reflect on, and fit into the thematic framework. Among the exhibited artworks we can find present and past (personal / collective experiences or events) reflections, creations interpreted as future-visions, as well as those dealing with the themes as the processes in time, the space and time perception, or with the particular mixture of notions, such as time, dependence, or connection. Approaches mentioned above can be detected either in the visualisation of themes, in compositional solutions, or in the creative method and process.

On 1 April 2015 MAGMA Contemporary Art Space from Sfântu Gheorghe celebrated its 5 years anniversary. During these five years we have collaborated with around 250 artists, art theorists, philosophers, etc. and together we contributed to what MAGMA is today.[ details ]
MAGMA Contemporary Art Space from Sfântu Gheorghe cordially invites you to the opening of the group exhibition Examples for Non-universal Chair on March 18, 2015 at 18:00. [ details ]
MAGMA Contemporary Art Space from Sf. Gheorghe kindly invites you to the opening of the exhibition 'DREAMHUNTING' by Igor BUHAROV (Kornél SZILÁGYI), Ivan BUHAROV (Nándor HEVESI) and Vasile CROAT (László HORVÁTH). [ details ]
On January 15, 2015 at 19:00 MAGMA Contemporary Art Space from Sfântu Gheorghe cordially invites you to the opening of the exhibition entitled The geometry of water by Hungarian artist Ágnes PÉTER winner of the first prize at the second edition of the International Graphic Art Biennial in Szeklerland.[ details ]
SALON VIDEO and MAGMA Contemporary Art Space cordially invite you to the opening of the archive-exhibition salonvideo_SUBmissions.[ details ]
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Ivan Ladislav GALETA solo exhibition[ details ]
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Joint temporary exhibition of the Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism, the Hungarian Museum for Science, Technology and Transport and the Fazakas & Kimmel Collection [ details ]
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Executive editor: Vargha Mihály.
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