The exhibition presents the works of female artist of the Neo avant-garde generation and the youngest artists of the collection, managed by the National Bank of Hungary.
The exhibition is showcasing abstract works of paintings, installation and textile. Kinga Hamvai, the curator and the Head of MNB Arts and Culture borrowed the exhibition’s title from Orsolya Lia Vető’s series of the same title. At the opening she gave a guided tour for the visitors, where she pointed out the similarities and other points of reference. The diversely paired artists of the exhibition are Zsófi Barabás, Erika Fábián, Judit Horváth Lóczi, Ilona Keserü, Zsuzsanna Kóródi, Rita Koszorús, Bea Kusovszky, Dóra Maurer, Vera Molnár, Katja Pál, Gizella Rákóczy, Judit Reigl, Margit Szilvitzky, Anna Eszter Tóth and Orsolya Lia Vető.
The event is part of the Veszprém-Balaton 2023 – European Capital of Culture Tibor Navracsics Minister of Territorial Development, Viktória Herth associate director of House of Arts Veszprém and Kinga Hamvai gave welcome speeches at the exclusive opening, which was held a day before. Attila Kovács, composer and pianist played for the guests.
The exhibition, which is free to visit, is completed with a book section, where the visitors can deeply immerse themselves in the oeuvre of the artists. The institute in Veszprém is also planning to organize an array of museum educational programs.