May 11, 2021 · 12:10 AM

Vera Molnar
(Un)Ordnung. (Dés)Ordre., 2015

curated by Sabine Schaschl and Evelyne Bucher

Vera Molnar, Exhibition view Museum Haus Konstruktiv, 2015
Vera Molnar, Exhibition view Museum Haus Konstruktiv, 2015

As a pioneer of computer art, the Hungarian artist Vera Molnar (b. 1924 in Budapest, has lived in Paris since 1947) has a prominent position in the field of constructivist-concrete art. In cooperation with the artist and the Museum of Concrete Art in Ingolstadt, Museum Haus Konstruktiv had put together a comprehensive retrospective solo show in 2015.

The exhibition spanned a multifaceted range, from Vera Molnar’s early freehand drawings that have never been exhibited before, to her late-1960s plotter drawings, through to a new installation that was specially conceived for Museum Haus Konstruktiv. A journey through time into the heart of a variety of concrete art that is just as calculated as it is sensory.

Getting curious? Then listen to the conversation between the artist and Director Sabine Schaschl in Paris in 2014:

Or experience the exhibition all over again and watch the exhibition trailer:

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May 11, 2021
12:00:00 AM CEST