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III Konferencja naukowa z cyklu Muzeum - formy i srodki prezentacji

Muzeum okręgowe im. leona Wyczółkowskiego w Bydgoszczy
14 - 16 września 2015 r.
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Márton Orosz

Vasarely Museum in Budapest - Museum of Fine Arts, Department of Art after 1800
After receiving my MA in the field of art history as well as in graphic design ten years ago, I defended my PhD at the University of Eötvös Loránd in Budapest, Hungary in 2014. From 2005 I am working at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) in Budapest. There, as part of the Department of Art After 1800, I established the Collection of Photography and Media Arts. In 2014 I was appointed to the director of the Victor Vasarely Museum, which is affiliated to the MFA. Now, I am working as a curator in both places. My research field is the media art (such as photography, animated film and motion picture) of the 20th century as well as the art of the classical avant-garde, including architecture, design and collectorship. During my studies I was among others a Terra Predoctoral Fellow at Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C., a Gyorgy Kepes Fellow at MIT in Cambridge, Mass., an ESKAS Fellow at University of Berne in Switzerland and a Baden-Württemberg Research Fellow at HfG in Karlsruhe, Germany. In 2015 I received a grant to participate at the CAA-Getty International Program in the College Art Association’s 103rd annual conference in New York. Since then I have a CAA complimentary membership. I am also a recent member of ICOM.
wrzesień 2015
pierwszy dzień konferencji
11:20 - 11:40
The self-reflecting museum as a discursive space. How exhibition can change the ontology of a collection?
This paper is aimed to focus how a museum can refer back to its function as beyond being places of cultural heritage and reference points for visual art education, and how it can be understand as an origin of inspiration for established artist, giving birth to new tendencies in the field of contemporary art while maintaining the hidden or provocatively outspoken source, which artists lay on or even cite. It going to be discussed how the productive dialogue of artworks can be interpreted as certain sub-narratives as opposed to the traditional genealogical narrative present in the history of art. The presentation will also illustrate the recent curatorial practice being pursued within the Department of Art after 1800 at the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest in producing a certain meta-language at the exhibition space by trying to re-contextualizing the past from the perspective of the present.