Künstler*innengespräch mit Marta Minujín

In the organizer's words:

Marta Minujín is considered a pioneer of happenings, performance and pop art. She is one of the most recognized post-war artists in Latin America and is often referred to as the Argentinian Andy Warhol. Her conceptual and performative practice emphasizes audience participation and experience. By creating surprising and sometimes uncomfortable situations, the artist aims to arouse the curiosity of visitors. For the exhibition "In other spaces. Environments by Women Artists 1965-1976", Minujín has recreated ¡Revuélquese y viva!, an environment that encourages the audience to sleep, reflect and dream. The curators of the exhibition, Marina Pugliese and Andrea Lissoni, welcome Minujín to talk about her diverse and effervescent work and invite the audience to immerse themselves in the artist's colorful and vibrant world.

In cooperation with Salta art.

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Price information:

10 € | Free for annual pass holders


Haus der Kunst Prinzregentenstraße 1 80538 München

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