In the praxis of Katarina ŠEVIĆ series of items that are linked to performative situations, events have always got a major role and usually been exhibited in public spaces instead of display rooms.
Exhibition examines various narratives, contexts and practises of identification through the art of six East-Central European female artists.
The acb NA shows a selection of works from Sándor PINCZEHELYI within the series representing artists from Pécsi atelier.
The exhibition will mainly represents my latest series of paintings, photos and installations… mostly animal portraits that turns humanity a relativity… poultry, bare creatures, whose abjection is based exactly on their anthropomorphic, neurotic character.
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.
EZER’s artistic practice is characterized by a naive expressive style on large-scale canvases. EZER’s figures are the caricature-like alter egos of upside-down turned bodies by Baselitz.
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.
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.
Time will tell only whether designer’s city-forming visions will work out or fall out decades later. Our students are urged to find out whether we can relinquish the environment, we have been socialized in.
The exhibition guides visitors on over 600 square metres through the Great War, which remodelled the old world order: the previously stable empires were destroyed, the culture and the public opinion were dramatically changed.
Béla Kondor is a star of the Hungarian visual art of the 20th century. His works can be compared to such style-creating masters as Csontváry Kosztka Tivadar, Gulácsy Lajos, Vajda Lajos or Tóth Menyhért.
In the new temporary exhibition of the First World War Centennial Committee, visitors can discover the most significant decision-makers of the World War I. such as important leaders, statesman.
The Szubjektum exhibition presents the best of the Hungarian contemporary portrait photography in cooperation with the Budapest Spring Festival and the Castle Garden Bazaar.
The artist’s past and well received series “Budapest Diary” has won the “Graphic of the Year” prize, which is the most renowned Hungarian art prize for graphic works. Gábor
For a child Budapest can be both a magical and a frightening place, too, where the safe zones are their home, kindergarten, school and the playground. But how exactly the children’s books’ designers reflect on these scenes?
The instant camera, the Polaroid has its great return since its career in the 60’s 70’s and 80’s. The instant photo is creating a new culture in the era of social media.
In this exhibition, the Southeast Asian form of artistic expression can be traced through the region’s textiles. This is the “mother tongue” of art, and one of its most important embodiments.
The exhibition presents a selection of the photo collection of András SZÖLLŐSI-NAGY and Judit NEMES. The collection started to thrive in Paris in the nineties.
Exhibition of Lóránt JÓKAI film director, editor, artist. Although he has been engaged with fine arts for decades, never exhibited his art works in public, yet. FUGA Centre of Architecture Budapest now presents a vast selection of his pen drawings.
Biennial exhibitions of Imre BUKTA at Godot Gallery are the most important exhibits of the artist. Ten years ago he moved back to his home village.
The new permanent exhibition of Óbudai Museum-Golderberg Textile Inudstry aims to bulid a worthy memorial for the history of the textile industry, founded in 1784 by Goldberger Ferenc, existed for more than 200 years.
The gastronome photography is the most significant part of Hemző Károly’s oeuvre which proves his joyful approach to life. He created a new direction in gastronome literature with his artistic partners and his wife Mari Lajos.
The re-organised permanent exhibition showcasing Hungarian fine art from 1810 to 1900 is displayed in the most impressive halls on the first floor of the Gallery.
The exhibition featuring Georg Baselitz, one of the most famous and sought-after contemporary German artists, will open on 31 March 2017.
The exhibition presents the most important artists and their works from the turn of the century until the end of World War II.
The history of Hungarian art after 1945 consists of connecting generations, groups of artists and individual pathfinders.
The archaeological exhibition presents to the visitor the history of the peoples of Hungary from prehistoric times up to the Hungarian conquest.
Exhibition: Here they are! in Hungarian National Museum presents a rich Portrait Collection of the Historical Photo Department, storing photographs from the early period of daguerrotypes up to the modern times.
The Hungarian National Museum’s collection of Roman stonework exhibition presents the most characteristic relic types from the collection, which is considered rich in international comparison, too.
One matchless treasure held by the Hungarian National Museum is the mantle that used to be worn by Hungarian monarchs at their coronation and which is a 1000 years old unique masterpiece of European textile industry.
In the first half of our historical exhibition, visitors can follow the main events of Hungarian history from the foundation of the state to the beginning of the 18th century.
In this part of the exhibition, we present the leading personalities and key events in Hungary’s history during the modern era and subsequently, from the Rákóczi War of Independence through the Hungary of Trianon to the rise and fall of communism.
Botond KERESZTESI: N.S.A. National Sun Association
The art works of the gallery’s artists and invited artists represent the geographical and spiritual trek that can be experienced by all of us: how does it feel to hit the road, leave behind a place, be on the road, arrive, and settle down.
Antonio Biasiucci is long been familiar with volcanoes (Vesuvio, Campi Flegrei Solfatara, Stromboli, Vulcano, Etna) and now he took some photographs which should primarily be seen as a problematic whole before we start analysing them in details …
In September 2015 both of my sons left Hungary and have started a new life in Stockholm. I have been struggling and unable to handle this situation since then… There is a work in my exhibition called: “Celestial Plan” which sketches an ideal afterlife universe where I am able to reunion with my sons.
In Spring 2017, the Kassák Museum is awaiting its visitors with an audiovisual installation which is the new step of a project established by Szemző Tibor multimedia artist, composer and Forgách András writer, dramaturge and based on their study about Franz Kafka’s relation to East-Central Europe.
The function of the museum is to preserve the material and intellectual legacy of Lajos Kassák, the significant representative of Hungarian avant-garde. …
Beauty – Solo exhibition of Kata TÖTTÖS
“Does beauty exist? What is beauty? Who is beautiful? Why is it beautiful? Is ugly beautiful? … “
In a visual way, István Nádler was highly interested in Haydn’s The Seven Last Words of Christ since a long time. In 2015 he heard it in István Fischer’s flat theatre and the oratorio completed with Péter Eszterházy’s insert texts made an elemental impact on him.
Perhaps the newest art studio, bringing together contemporary artists from Budapest. A real community place and direct meeting platform for artists and those interested in art.
On 11th April 2002 a series of events has began in Caracas which has completely changed not only the political but mostly the social and cultural life in Venezuela. What did it mean, and what does it mean to the present day the steadfastness of the artists in this context?
The Partisan Studio and Gallery was founded in Óbuda in November 2011. It is located in PP Business Centre which was a former textile factory. Partisan Studio and Gallery is a member of the so called Artkartell group which provides support for individual artists, cultural and art projects through applications.
The huge building of the former military clothing store hosts several art workshops today. It is a lively art scene where 15 painters, sculptors and graphic designers are brought together in this collective studio house.
It is believed that solitude is a civilization disease of our times, and although we are living in a world determined by number of “likes”, hearts, facebook friends and followers, we forget about what is most important – a relation with another person.
MissonArt Gallery presents the works of Sándor MOLNÁR titled: TUMO – Paperworks II. In this exhibition paperworks will revealed again from his atelier after three decades of latency.
Yearly exhibition in the Assembly Hall of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. It presents the artworks of Graphic Mediums students. Graphic mediums is one of the subjects in printmaking which is a kind of experimentation with new manifestations based on given themes (experimental techniques by using special materials and equipments).
Exhibition of Fundamenta-Amadeus art scholarship presents the submitted artworks: paintings and sculptures of the applicants. Opening will be on Friday 21st April at 6 pm at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts.
Exhibition of Péter NEMES
Péter FORGÁCS: Stories of random bodies in Molnár Ani Gallery. The main theme of the exhibition is the photo itself . The image that is both deep and alien and that might awkwardly reflects on the searching eye of the spectators who watch the other ones even if they can not see them.
The exhibition of István SZIRÁNYI.
The exhibition of the Valéria SASS – Ádám SZABÓ class. The theme of this year’s exhibition is based on a special co-operation method invented by the class masters and the invited curators. … Students had to create such an environment where the individual art works are not only set next to each other as independent products but as a close constituent unit.
Recognition is an invitation for the trip to the yet unknown zone with seemingly familiar sites and objects here revealing their complex and appealing properties.
The Studio of Young Artists elects their members of honour every year. Any member of the Studio who turned 35 and currently active in the field of fine arts can be nominated. This year the Studio organizes a collective exhibition of the art works of the newly elected seniors.
The exhibition presents the paintings of János SZIRTES. Visitors not only can have look at his iconic artworks from the previous periods such as works from the 90’s examining the relationship between the organic-inorganic world but also compositions from the 2000 ‘s.
Várfok Project Room presents two series of photographer Máté DOBOKAY. One is titled as ’Spots’. It displays a special photo taking attitude: the landscape reductive materialism. The other is titled as Hommage à Simon HANTAI …
Solo exhibition of Eszter RADÁK presents her artworks of the recent two years. Her works are related to the American and British pop art and contain lot of art historical references …
Opening in the spring of 2017, this exhibition offers an overview of design and applied art in the past decade.
ARCHIVE | The exhibition of Applied Arts Institute of University of Sopron showcases a collection of workshop pieces and documentation of the journey taken by AMI in art education in the past two decades.
Exhibition: Art Nouveau on the plain | István SAJÓ (1896–1961) and his art work. The exhibition seeks to provide a comprehensive overview of the entire oeuvre of the architect: starting from the art deco brick buildings inspired by American style architecture to the straight-lined, functional public and private houses.
A comprehensive array of avant-garde art from the former Yugoslav states and some neighbouring countries, focusing on the Cold War era.
The exhibition presents the artistic activities and draws attention to the significance of a Neo-Avant-garde artist group that used to exist on the periphery of Hungarian art scene.
The museum’s collection can be divided into two larger groups: one consisting of American and Northern-European artworks, the other incorporating works that ended up in the collection as a result of collecting activity starting in the 1990’s focusing on the art of former Socialist countries.
Budapest’s habitants, their everyday life and their holidays are in the center of the photography exhibition which is divided into two thematic parts.
Marcell Breuer, arrived at the Budapest Museum of Applied Arts. In addition, the exhibition shows office furnishings of seven contemporaneous architects and designers who Breuer might have had connections to as an architect or alert participant in the life of the community of Hungarian architects.
The new permanent exhibition presents artworks of outstanding quality and features the creation of the museum’s collections and their constant expansion since 1872.
The three halls of the exhibition focuses on three colours: green, blue and red – each one dominating in the art works. The aim of grouping objects by colours is to show the rich and diverse own collection of the Museum of Applied Arts from another perspective.
The exhibition of the Museum of Ethnogarphy presents the immense variety of ethnographic objects, their usage and their meaning through the national and international collection of footwear.
The exhibition’s concept doesn’t stick to the old approach (toys separately for boys and girls), but pursues a wider presentation of the collection, and envisions an urban landscape based on the objective nature of the material, which fits well in the Óbuda Museum’s historical profile as well.
The permanent exhibition divided Óbuda’s history into three different parts, from the Middle Ages until the middle of the 20th century. These parts differ from each other in terms of cityscape, that’s how the exhibition One city, three faces was born.
Exhibition from works of Czech, Danish, Estonian, Polish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Slovak, Norwegian, Swedish and Hungarian designers.
The exhibition focuses on a pair of leather boots, which used to be worn by Móricz Zsigmond. Fehér László had seen them in a museum and created firstly some graphics and then an oil painting of this footwear.
The illustration not only represents the content of a text, but also completes it.
Rozi Békés emphasizes in her drawings the representation of the situations and the characters, and also the expression of emotions.