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The Budapest-born artist has lived in Paris since 1947. At the beginning of her artistic career, she was primarily concerned with geometric-constructive painting and primarily used dots and squares, the latter of which have now become her trademark. The first computer-generated works began in 1968 and together with her husband, François Molnar, she developed the program MolnArt.
The exhibition was created on the initiative of and in cooperation with Dagmar Weste from youngcollectors, who have had a professional and friendly relationship with the artist for many years.
As accompanying works, editions will be shown by the following artists: Hellmut Bruch / Christoph Dahlhausen / Doris Erbacher / Árpád Forgó / István Haász / Laszlo Horvath / Gisela Hoffmann / Noel Ivanoff / Ditty Ketting / Dóra Maurer / Molitor&Kuzmin / Dario Pérez-Flores / Vera Röhm / Regine Schumann / André Stempfel, all of which were published by youngcollectors.
Some of these artists are friends with the jubilarian, and some have works that are closely related to the work of Vera Molnar.
The group exhibition 99 + 1 / Vera Molnar and friends honors the grande dame of constructive-concrete art and pioneer of computer art on her upcoming 100th birthday on January 5, 2024 with an exhibition in the company of friends and companions. – A new edition by the artist, created for this occasion, will also be presented.
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