The new exhibition at the Budapest Gallery explores the question of East-Central European identity through the work of young artists born around the time of the regime change, thus for whom it is not necessarily a privileged point of reference.
Earlier this year, the MODEM in Debrecen hosted an exhibition entitled Borderline Case, whose reimagined version is now on show at the Budapest Gallery. While the previous exhibition focused on language, borders, and regional self-definition, the current one will also put an emphasis on marginalized groups and social problems within the region.
Pictures from the exhibition opening of Borderline Case in Debrecen
Borderline Case 2.0 – East-Central Europe, once again
Budapest Galéria (1036, Budapest, Lajos u. 158.)
Exhibition dates: 30 September to 27 November 2022
Exhibiting artists: Yana Bachynska, Dániel Bozzai and Dániel Máté, Vasile Cătărău, Megan Dominescu, Olga Dziubak, Mátyás Erményi, Alina Kopytsa, Judit Lilla Molnár, David Přílučík, Emília Rigová, Sergey Shabohin, Jiří Žák
Curator: Tamás Don