New Database Reveals the “Work Of Eastern Europe’s Forgotten Avant-Garde Artists” (Forgotten Heritage Project)
From The Calvert Journal:
A new interactive database to preserve Europe’s artistic history has been unveiled with more than 8,000 avant-garde works from both sides of the Iron Curtain.
The Forgotten Heritage project contains post-1945 pieces of art from Poland, Croatia, Estonia, Belgium and France — an era which saw art evolve from being mainly paintings in galleries to a diverse world of performances, temporary sculptures and video.
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