Common Affairs publication launch and roundtable discussion
Launch: 11 September
Venue: Ludwig Múzeum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest
Ludwig Museum is delighted to announce the publication launch of Common Affairs – an exhibition curated by Andrea Simon and Krisztina Szipőcs, as part of the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP) in 2018. It showcased 7 commissioned projects in 7 different places, involving 25 artists and over 600 participants, 16,000 people came to see the exhibition during its run from 30 January to 18 March 2018.
The publication presents the programmes implemented during the four-year of CAPP, and deals with relevant museum pedagogical and other museum-related aspects of the projects. Zsolt Szijártó, Cultural Researcher, had been following the implementation of the projects, and evaluated the works via devising professional criteria.
The richly illustrated book presents in detail the seven projects (Dragon Lee, Arboretum, To Be Continued?, We Will See!, Artists in Classrooms, Floating House, and I Like Being a Farmer and I Would Like to Stay One) and the sincere and touching moments of the cooperating artists and communities.
Roundtable discussion | 5.45pm
Speakers: Zsolt Szijártó, Culture Researcher; Dávid Utcai, Visual Artist; Andrea Simon and Krisztina Szipőcs, Curators of the Exhibition
Moderator: Kinga German, Art Historian
In this Roundtable, speakers will share their experiences on these seven commissioned projects from different perspectives, led by questions from Kinga German. Zsolt Szijártó will present the results from his research throughout the whole projects.
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