A retrospective exhibition of the work by Slovak sculptress Maria Bartuszova opened in Tate Modern on 20th September, 2022. The London display of the Czech born artist who was living and working in Kosice, eastern Slovakia, is presenting her 30 year career. In 2022, the artist who put childcare and art in balance has not only been presented at the prestigious Venice Biennale (closing 27th November, 2022) but also granted the highest state order by President Zuzana Caputova. What qualities of the work by Maria Bartuszova can be seen in Tate Modern in London until April 2023? What is THE thing that makes international experts so enthusiastic about her work? Giving their answers are gallerist Alison Jacques and Juliet Bingham, curator international art at Tate Modern in London, respectively.
Mária Bartuszová at Tate Modern 2022 Máte problém s prehrávaním? Nahláste nám chybu v prehrávači.
Special thanks goes to Juliet Bingham for her tips for music much loved by sculptress Maria Bartuszova. Recordings of Claude Debussy’s La Mer, Antonin Dvorak’s New World Symphony and Bedrich Smetana’s Vltava taken from the archives of Slovak Radio were performed by the Czech Radio Symphonic Orchestra and Slovak Radio Symphonic Orchestra.