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TechnoCool. New Trends in Hungarian Art in the Nineties (1989–2001)

The exhibition at the Hungarian National Gallery, open from 27 October 2023 to 11 February 2024, is no less than a showcase of the visual arts of the decade after the fall of communism, featuring a selection of (then young) artists whose work was hugely influenced by the electronic music revolution. The collection is extremely diverse, featuring paintings, objects, photographs, prints, videos, and computer-based artworks by around half a hundred artists.

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