Where does abstraction, constructed from a dance of colours and materials, come from, and what direction is it heading in the 21st century?

In Artibus365 design space, we find an interior reminiscent of the age of the abstract masters, the mid-20th century, reinterpreted with the help of young Hungarian artists. Áron Baráth's gesture painting in transparent colours, Júlia Végh's relief-like imagery playing with materials, and Bea Kusovszky's geometric compositions all evoke the first abstract art experiments of the 1950s and 1960s, with genuine contemporary visuality. The installation of the exhibition is completed by new compositions and paintings by Dáriusz Gwizdala, creating a new inspiration of artistic atmosphere for the audience.