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Plural Modernities from 1905 to 1970
Co-founder of the Maldi movement in the 1940s, painter, sculptor, but also poet and theorist, Gyula Kosice advocates freedom as a mean to turn the traditional relationship between the passive viewer and the work displayed on the wall into a direct interaction through the creation of unprecedented mobile and playful forms.
Precursor in the hydrokinetic art and the use of neon, feeding its aesthetic reflection with the latest scientific and technological advances, and creator of an urban utopia (The hydrospatiale City), he is recognized as one of the visionary artists of the twentieth century.
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