23th April 2016. Saturday 11:00 – 14:00 The guided art tour is a part of BudapestArtWeek, to attend the program, you need a wristband. That can be purchased online through the website in advance or at the beginning of the tour. Maximum: 25 person Ticketinformation: here Route: Deák Erika Gallery – Platán Gallery – INDA Gallery […]
Gábor Kerekes’s and Géza Szöllősi’s exhibition
Flowers, bouquets, garlands were popular illustrations on art works from the first half of the 19th century. Forgotten material culture and artistic techniques of past ages can be (re)discovered in this exhibition opening on 22 April 2016.
Dániel Bernáth’s exhibition
Gergő Kovách’s (1974, Budapest) sculptures are light, sometimes cynic and can be associated with free imagination. The Szentendre Museum not only displays these sculptures but also shows the creative process of the artist.
Ferenczy Muzeum launches its exhibition series – presenting selections of significant artists working in Szentendre – with István Regős painter’s exhibition in the Szentendre Room, the new temporary gallery space of the museum.
This unique exhibition presents the ties of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel (Eretz Ysrael), to the cradle of Hebrew language, script and Jewish literature. All of the displayed objects depict Hebrew letters and captions, they are related to religious customs and were used in homes or in synagogues as ceremonial objects.
Photography and beyond – National Salon 2016
The photo exhibition opening in spring 2016 will not be the first but will be maybe one of the most important ones in the Kunsthalle.
The new, interactive exhibition of the National Archives of Hungary presents original documents of its unique collection, along with events and famous individuals who shaped Hungary’s history, culture and development from the 14th to the end of the 20th century.
The permanent exhibition of the 19th century on the first floor of the National Gallery comprises of two halls: one presents Mihály Munkácsy’s paintings, …
The exhibition focuses on Victor Vasarely’s (1906–1997) typical art genre, serigraphs and multipliers made with a reproduction method.
Selection from the Ferenczy Museum Center’s collection starting from 1890 until today.
The exhibition features a selection of artifacts from Asian and Northern-African Islamic countries that entered the collection of the Museum of Applied Arts. Besides their artistic value, the objects on display represent the collection’s richness of artistic genres.
The furniture exhibition staged in the Museum presents the most important works in the furniture collection at the Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest. Over the many years of its growth, this collection has become unique in its own right.
Recently, a representative exhibition opened at Nagytétény Castle Museum from the private watch collection of Ferenc Radvánszky, watch restorer and engineer.
The National Museum presents the life work of one of the biggest photographers of the 20th century, Károly Hemző (1928–2012). Besides classic photo reports, he took numerous genre photos, landscapes, portraits and city views.
In this grandiose musical exhibition both new and old fans of classical music have the chance to discover the diversity of melodies, the power and unified language of music.
The connection between past and present in one space; selected works from the Museum of Literature’s collection and contemporary artists’ works together form the Interior.
“As a graphic artist I do not represent graphic art in a traditional sense, much rather by using an experimental, autonomous approach that makes me look for new materials and tools that facilitate the expression of my ideas.
In my current work I examine the diverse impact of societies, especially the role of clothing. “
The exhibition of Platán Gallery presents László Fehér’s newest art work. In the past years, the art work based on paper have become more emphasized in Fehér’s art than ever before.
The exhibition presents 300 photographs on the development of the two capital cities in the course of time – among others the construction works of rail ways, boulevards, the modernizaton of commerce and entertainment and the dynamic changes of the city borders.
The exhibition examines the role played in workers’ culture by the Természetbarátok Turista Egyesülete (Friends of Nature Ramblers’ Association, TTE) and the camping site at Horány on Szentendre Island between the two world wars.
“Through the works, which constitute the backbone of this exhibition, I reach back to my favourite support: I rediscover the shiny, monochromatic rayons. …
József Koszta (1861–1949), one of Hungary’s most characteristic 20th century painters, has been unduly neglected in recent decades. Encompassing the entire oeuvre of József Koszta, presenting nearly one hundred paintings, …
The interdisciplinary show, based on the combined formal elements of theatrical performing arts (dance, theatre,…) is dealing with the topic of passion, infatuation and desperate love. Gray Box Project’s continuously growing, more than hundred uniquely designed performance garments-, costumes- and accessories collection plays a central role in the performance. …
Coming from the Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin the exhibition “Passion: Fan Behaviour and Art” focuses on the realm of rock music. Through their works the artists in this exhibition examine how the fans’ torrents of passion manifest themselves, …
The kaleidoscopic history of the museum is also the chronicle of the last quarter of a decade, delineating the history of Hungary and Eastern Europe after 1989 from the particular perspective of contemporary art, …
The exhibition at the Hungarian National Gallery displays a rich selection of some of the chief works held by the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, which is closed for reconstruction, scheduled to last three years. …
The Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts has one of the world’s oldest and most important collections of Russian avant-garde art from the 1910s and 1920s. ….
Art Generation – founded in the beginning of 2014 – is an art workshop and gallery in one of Budapest’s well-known industrial spots, in the former Láng Machine Factory. The founders are: József Szurcsik Munkácsy-prize winning artist, Gyula Majoros sculptor and Blattner prize winning puppet- and stage-designer and Tibor Andriska creative graphic designer.
Anna F. Györffy (1915–2006) was one of the most productive children books illustrator of the past 60 years. Generations grew up with books and filmstrips illustrated by her and the most famous ones (Mosó Masa’s laundry, Pöttyös Panni, Snow White, Kindergarten in the rainforest) are still popular. …
Budapest Art Factory – founded in 2006 – is a non profit, contemporary studio, exhibition and project space, installed in a spacious industrial hall with the aim of driving contemporary art. The studio puts high emphasis on building and sustaining long-term international networks. …
The Institute of Contemporary Art Budapest (ICA) is an art center offering spectacular exhibitions and interactive art programs throughout the whole year. Besides the potential of the individual and collective art studios, the exhibition and community spaces, …
A cosmopolitan and diverse workshop is brought together in this industrial art spot. Everything that is about art merges in this characteristic industry building: painting, sculpture, performance, music, entertainment and serious professional activity.
Pap Rami’s, Karácsonyi László’s and Menyhárt Norbert’s exhibition
“”HOTEL L’BÚJJ”” aims to visualize the millieu of a fictive, three-star (Laci, Norbi, Rami) apartment in an artistic way.
Just like the earlier ones, Ágnes Verebics’s current paintings are expressive, focusing on the body and its parts. The new series made on aluminium sheets -for example faces, looks – remind us on the cold, metallic atmosphere of mortuaries, and so the paintings are blurred mirrors that reflect our own figures and faces at the same time.
No, no two viewpoints and problems are the same, similars exist only… common grounds are important but disputable points are of greater importance because those are the drivers… the different thought processes.
After the successful El Kazovszkij exhibition in the Hungarian National Gallery, starting from April we will display the Russian-born artist’s art pieces.
Várfok Project Room presents Munkácsy-prize winning Róbert Várady’s newest art work. In his new art works at the Project Room besides the monotony of everyday life we can discover refreshingly strange, grotesque scenes as well.
The exhibition features contemporary box art pieces where the box space -half open and half closed – functions as a room or stage cut into two pieces, allowing the viewer to get an insight into the artist’s intimate sphere.
Feeling cozy and at ease in a museum palace? Yes! The enjoyment of arts moves to another dimension through creative space setting at the Museum of Ethnography.
LABOR Gallery is the common showroom space of C3 Center for Culture and Communication Foundation (C3), the Studio of Young Artists’ Association (FKSE) and the Hungarian University of Fine Arts (MKE). LABOR is a platform where the objectives of partner institutions appear jointly.
The Parthenón Fríz hall located in the Epres Garden of the University of Fine Arts plays an important role in the representation of the university’s art educational practice and culture-shaping objective. ..
Budapest’s poshest party spot, the Király street and the Andrássy way area turns to a place uniquely rich in culinary delights for those who join György Cséka on the way from INDA Gallery to acb Gallery – Erika Deák Gallery – Latarka Gallery/Platán Gallery and the the University of Fine Arts/Barcsay Room.
The tour takes us to the exclusive galleries located in the yards, ground or higher floors of patinated houses of the V. and VI. districts. You will have the chance to discover among others Gábor Kerekes photographers’s brilliant, technique-reforming, …
Participants of this bike tour will have the chance to spend an afternoon with the Hungarian fine art scene’s youngest representatives, the Studio’s artists, the outspoken András Király and the city art’s young master, Ábel Szabó, at one of the most frivolous social spots, at Fészek Gallery. ..
The tour starts at Herzen street in Újlipótváros, one of the city’s cosiest neighbourhoods and goes along Falk Miksa street, populated with several galleries. In the TOBE Gallery László Mészáros’s works, in Missionart Katalin Gaál’s graphics, …
Born in Csákvár and has been living in Iran for four decades, Gizella Sinai Varga’s art harmonically unites the Persian and the Hungarian culture. Through her paintings, the artist with Hungarian roots enables us to discover the 4000-year-old Persian culture. …
The exhibition presents a selection of South Korean contemporary art pieces where the audience can discover the traditional “Hanji’ art. Exhibiting artists: Chun Kwang-Young, Suh Jeong-Min, Lim Dong-Lak, Ilwha Kim and Hur Kyung-Ae.
The group exhibition Accumulator presents contemporary artists from various areas of visual arts whose work in some manner reflect on the act of collecting. By focusing on a specific artistic behaviour the present show is a continuation of the exhibition entitled Creation-Works organized in 2015 at the Budapest Gallery. …
Victor Vasarely is connected with international kinetism and op art. The aim of the Vasarely Museum’s foundation in Budapest is to maintain the donation, to support scientific adaptation, the expressive presentation and the scientific educational activity.
The video works that are presented at American artist Madeline Stillwell’s first solo exhibition in Hungary chiefly concern themselves with the human body. These filmed documentations of the artist’s performances address the formal ways in which the body functions, ….
Organized by the Fundamenta-Lakáskassza Zrt., the AMADEUS Art Fund and the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, two Creative Scholarship Grants were announced for the year. The exhibition that opens on 22 April features the works submitted.
The decadence referred in the title of the exhibition embraces both the thematic of the paintings and the alteration which occurred in the artist’s style during the last years. …
Exhibition of Róza El-Hassan
Zsolt Asztalos’s and Ilona Lovas’s exhibition
János Kalmár and Attila Mata sculptors’ outdoor exhibition.
Attila Bartis’s solo exhibition
András Király will display the latest art work of the last two-three years. In this art selection he tells general – realist or surreal – stories with the help of his hands. In all paintings time is stopped while the hands are in motion and so visitors can come up with their own stories.
Ábel Szabó’s exhibition
What kind of creature is an artist?
The 2016 Traditional Annual Exhibition of the Studio of Young Artists’ Association (SYAA)
When describing the work of contemporary artists, critics often use similes, likening artistic methods to those of professions outside the creative sphere. …
László Révész’s exhibition
Marker, marked, sign, symbol or allegory or nothing? These and similar points are questioned at Barna Illés’s exhibition called “Activity against the perspective” at NextArt Gallery.
In the new gallery quarter of Buda, at Godot Gallery in Bartók Béla way, the star artist -famous for her artistic bravery since the 90’s- Kriszta Nagy, in the KAS Gallery two spiritually committed artists’, Ilona Lovas’s and Zsolt Asztalos’s exhibition is awaiting the tour participants. …
Address: 1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 11-13. Webpage: www.godot.hu/ Opening times: Tue – Fri: 09:00 – 14:00; Sat: 10:00 – 13:00 Exhibition: Szikszai Károly Program: The yes chick and the Drifter – gallery tour Program date: 23 April 2016 (Sat) 11:00 – 13:30
László Mészáros’s exhibition
The program is aimed at the audience interested in contemporary design and creative object creation. Those who would like to get to know the works of the region’s furniture, textile, industrial and interior designers. ..