The change of political regime in Hungary in the 1990s marked a turning point in the spirit of the Hungarian College of Fine Arts, when László Beke and Dora Maurer began teaching there. This led to the creation of a "monochrome painting class" that, as a new way of academic thinking, went against the educational principles implemented throughout the 19th century.
The exhibition Tabula Rasa presents the history of this legendary class, through a selection of works by the class teachers - Zsigmond Károlyi, András Bernát, András Gál - and students who attended the course - András Gálik and Bálint Havas (now Little Warsaw), András Braun, Gábor Erdélyi, Kata Káldi, Szabó Dezső, Csaba Uglár.
GODOT Institute of Contemporary Art, Budapest
15 JANUARY - 15 APRIL 2021
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