Budapest Spring Festival — #thisismyplace
Péter Botos: Spherecross
GlasSpring
Contemporary Hungarian glass art
Tér-Kép Galéria
8th April, 2020 6.00 pm

#cancelled

Free programme

Curator: Ágnes Koós

In 1996, the Hungarian Glass Art Society was founded with the aim of presenting the various branches of glass art to the public in a professional context, and of raising the art market’s awareness of glass. Glass art is marked by extraordinary diversity, while all works demonstrate extremely high-quality craftsmanship, technological advancement and a desire to communicate. It bears evidence to the international recognition of the Hungarian Glass Art Society that parallel with its spring exhibition, the members’ works will also be on display at the Glass Museum in Frauenau, Bavaria.

The exhibition is on view between 9 April and 8 May.

This exhibition of the Budapest Spring Festival is jointly presented by Tér-Kép Gallery and Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre.

Tér-Kép Galéria
1016 Budapest, Krisztina körút 83–85.

GlasSpring
Contemporary Hungarian glass art

Péter Botos: Spherecross

Curator: Ágnes Koós

In 1996, the Hungarian Glass Art Society was founded with the aim of presenting the various branches of glass art to the public in a professional context, and of raising the art market’s awareness of glass. Glass art is marked by extraordinary diversity, while all works demonstrate extremely high-quality craftsmanship, technological advancement and a desire to communicate. It bears evidence to the international recognition of the Hungarian Glass Art Society that parallel with its spring exhibition, the members’ works will also be on display at the Glass Museum in Frauenau, Bavaria.

The exhibition is on view between 9 April and 8 May.

This exhibition of the Budapest Spring Festival is jointly presented by Tér-Kép Gallery and Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre.

Tér-Kép Galéria
8th April, 2020 6.00 pm

#cancelled

Free programme
Tér-Kép Galéria
1016 Budapest, Krisztina körút 83–85.

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