Susan Swartz Studios is thrilled to announce the upcoming solo exhibition of Personal Path at the Ludwig Museum in Budapest, Hungary. The exhibition will open Friday, December 9th. Works from previous Personal Path exhibitions as well as some of Swartz’s newest paintings will be featured.
The Ludwig Museum in Budapest marks the third installment of Swartz’s Personal Path exhibition. Previously, Personal Path has toured at the Kollegienkirche in Salzburg, Austria and the Ludwig Museum in Koblenz, Germany. Each new venue provides a visual iteration of Swartz’s past work interspersed with her latest creations. Thus, each new space becomes a progression in Swartz’s growth and “personal path” as an artist.
The Ludwig Museum in Budapest displays modern and contemporary art, with a focus on Eastern and Central European, including Hungarian art from the 60s to present. Its permanent collection – donated to the museum by Peter and Irene Ludwig – houses notable American pop artists including Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol, among others. In addition, the museum showcases leading artists of the international scene and will feature Susan Swartz in this latest show that will run through February 2017.
Additional information on Personal Path at the Ludwig Museum in Budapest, Hungary will be forthcoming.