LUDMIL SISKOV (1936 - )
oil on canvas
Ludmil Siskov is one of the most prominent figures in Hungarian pop art. He moved from Bulgaria to Hungary in the 1950s. He studied in Budapest and worked as a Jazz pianist while participating in the most important contemporary exhibitions of the period. His present work can also be dated to this time. Siskov also exhibited at the New Hungarian Art exhibitions of the 1960s, at Studio 66 and at the famous IPARTERV exhibition in 1968, which also formed the later Hungarian Neoavantgard.
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