ONLINE CONTENT OF THE LUDWIG MUSEUM FOR THE DURATION OF THE QUARANTINE!
The current situation poses new challenges to all of us. Instead of the three-dimensional material world, the physical connection, we enter into a new type of distance-connection with each other, or with art. The Ludwig Museum is physically closed, but here we have gathered all the content in one place.
MICROSITE OF THE SLOW LIFE EXHIBITION
Slow Life. Everyday Practices Radically Reshaped is a group exhibition with an international scope, a commitment that reflects on today’s pressing global issues. The current logic of our world, the existing social & economic system and the market-consumer culture have caused serious environmental problems.
The Ludwig Museum continues its practice of presenting the Hungarian exhibition of the Venice Biennale to the public in Budapest. In 2019, Tamás Waliczky’s exhibition Imaginary Cameras was on display at the Hungarian Pavilion (curated by Zsuzsanna Szegedy-Maszák).
A COOPEARTION BETWEEN ZSUZSI MEDVE AND LUDWIG MUSEUM
As a cooperation between the museum and FREE OSTÁSTKA, the brand new downloadable coloring book was made by Zsuzsi Medve. It is an OSTÁSTKA version of nine well known artworks from our collection.
ARTIST INTERVIEWS, VIDEO MESSAGES
How other artforms can connect to the museum in the online space? Musical, literary, performative reflections of well-known performers on the reality of the present and contemporary art through their own creative “glasses”. Live check-ins, “room concerts”, readings.
ARTIST PORTRAITS, COLLECTION SELECTIONS
Get to know the classics of pop art, conceptual art, our new compositions. Our collection consists of nearly 800 works of art with works created from the 1960s to the present day.