Eastern-European Art from the Marinko Sudac Collection.
BOSCH + BOSCH GROUP (BÁLINT SZOMBATHY), Three modes - Deconstruction of Yugoslavia, 1974. Courtesy Marinko Sudac Collection, Zagreb
Featuring works from the FMCCA’s exhibition “Non-Aligned Modernity” which showcases works from Croatia’s Marinko Sudac Collection.
“Non-Aligned Modernity”, curated by Marco Scotini in collaboration with Andris Brinkmanis and Lorenzo Paini, is the largest and most comprehensive presentation of Eastern-European art from the Cold War to ever be displayed, with all works belonging to the Marinko Sudac private collection. The FM Centre for Contemporary Art, consists of a large number of artworks of progressive Avant-Garde, Neo-Avant-Garde, and Post-Avant-Garde art,ranging from paintings, drawings, collages, graphics, photographs, and films.
Spanning over ten halls of the museum, the exhibition looks back at the art of Eastern Europe with works dating back to 1909 up until the fall of the Berlin wall, with many of the pieces from the collection having been displayed in London’s Tate Modern, Haus der Kunst in Munich and the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. “Non-Aligned Modernity” is made up of over 120 artists and over 700 artworks and documents – all of which have a historic importance to not just the contemporary art world now, but to the history of Europe.
Here, we show a selection of works and installations from “Non-Aligned Modernity” from the FMCCA.