Treasures Revealed: The Art of Hungary 1890 – 1956

March 17, 2011 - July 24, 2011

This thought-provoking exhibition presents a rare and intimate look at an exceptional collection of modern Hungarian art, from the collection of Jill A. Wiltse and H. Kirk Brown III, of Denver, Colorado.  Since Soviet dominance after World War II, the art world of Hungary was largely silenced.  After more than 50 years of isolation, the veil began to lift in the 1990s.  This largely overlooked, powerful, and beautiful work is an important representation of the directions of eastern Europe’s visual culture.  The paintings are brilliant, colorful and rich.  The drawings and sculptural works are alive with evolving vision and social meaning.

We would like to thank our exhibition sponsors for supporting Treasures Revealed: The Art of Hungary 1890 – 1956.

Anonymous Lender
Eide Bailly LLP
Dr. Donald & Carol Roberts – Riverstone Oral Surgery & Implants
Bill Underriner