The exhibition showcases the main groups of objects that hallmark the artist’s creative path, with a focus on the most important Stations, in many cases striving to display them according to their original numbering. In cases where a work could not be reconstructed based on the artist’s concept, whenever possible, the documentation of the artist’s version is displayed next to the fragment. At the same time, our intention was not to create a complete museum reconstruction of a collection but rather to mount a memorial exhibition that brings into focus a renowned artist’s thoughts and ambitions. Ilona Lovas often worked in collaborative site-specific installations with her fellow artists (including Mária Berhidi, Mariann Imre and Erika Baglyas); one of these, a jointly made video project, is also included at the exhibition.
It is not the sole objective of the exhibition to provide a retrospective presentation of the artist’s oeuvre through works of art but also to transform the act of remembrance into the language of objects, helping the professional circles and her friends to remember her and the public to better understand her art.
Admission: with a daily exhibition ticket