ABOUT THIS PARTNER
Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art collects and displays masterworks of modern and contemporary art. The permanent collection contains valuable pieces of American pop art (Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg etc.). Yet focusing on Eastern and Central European art, it also puts a special emphasis on presenting the Hungarian art of the 60’s to recent days in an international context. Besides, temporary exhibitions showcase leading artists of the international scene as well as the best-known Hungarian masters. Be sure to explore the Museum’s colourful place which is indeed a contemporary work of art as well.
The Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art aims at being
- professional in researching, collecting, presenting, mediating and propagating contemporary art
- open minded towards new ideas and perspectives
- multi-coloured regarding exhibited artists, artworks and programmes as well as the allied arts
- of initiative in finding new partners, cooperative parts, and sponsors.
Our daily work is realised along the following principles:
Collectioning, exhibitions and programmes at the Ludwig Museum aim at facilitating a wider public the closer acquaintance with contemporary art, as well as the preservation of its values.
Professional activities are performed by specifically qualified colleagues. We make regular re-assessment of our goals and achievements and we are open to possible necessary changes.
We provide continuous dialogue between past and present, between main line art and experimental artistic initiations.
The Museum functions as a public space open to the widest possible public.
Following the principle of inclusivity the Museum is continually working on providing ever better conditions of access to its collection and programmes.
We strive to manage daily work in an economically and environmentally sustainable form.
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We Will See!
To be continued
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