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Budapest Art Week 
Photographer: Zsuzsa Darab
Budapest Art Week
Budapest galleries and museums
14th April, 2020 10.00 am

#cancelled

Ticket prices

2500 Ft | 4000 Ft | 6000 Ft

Day ticket: Ft 2000
6-day pass: Ft 6000
Student pass: Ft 4000
Senior pass: Ft 4000
Highlighted event: Sounds Good! – Music, noise, image and light in contemporary visual art | Ybl Buda Creative House

10.30 am | Pesti Vigadó
Behind the Scenes of the Concert Hall
Building tour

11 am | Óbuda Museum
The Secrets of the Zichy Mansion
A walk through the history of the building

11 am | Pál Molnár-C. Studio Museum
Paintings, Sculptures, Ideals
A guided tour and discussion

2 pm | Bölcs Vár
Time Travel
A tour of the Historic Building of the Year 2019

2 pm | Ybl Buda Creative House
Understand Contemporary
An introduction to major trends in contemporary art – a lecture and discussion

3 pm | A.P.A. Gallery / Molnár Ani Gallery / TOBE Gallery / Ari Kupsus Gallery
The Scale of Beauty: From Zombies to Music
Gallery tour

3 pm | Museum of Fine Arts
Sins and Virtues
Guided tour of the Flemish Collection

4.30 pm | György Ráth Villa
Lives Behind the Objects
The extravagant, the rebel and the resolute: József Rippl-Rónai, Júlia Zsolnay and Endre Thék – a museum learning session for adults

6 pm | ART+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema – Faces, Places (director: Agnès Varda, JR, 2017)

6 pm | Ari Kupsus Gallery
Annamária Őry: Islands
Exhibition opening

Welcoming visitors for six days, the Budapest Art Week seeks to collect and represent the city’s colourful, varied art scene. As it allows visitors to get close to visual art, you will realize that you can not only understand the works, but feel them as well.
For the first time, the rich programme of 2020 also includes music and cinema. Tellingly entitled The Scale of Beauty: From Zombies to Music, the gallery tour of the first day stops at A.P.A. Gallery, Molnár Ani Gallery, TOBE Gallery and Ari Kupsus Gallery. The film showed on this day is a wonderful, not-to-be-missed French documentary, Faces, Places.

This event of the Budapest Spring Festival is jointly presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre and Budapest Art Week.

Budapest galleries and museums
Budapest,

Budapest Art Week

Budapest Art Week 
Photographer: Zsuzsa Darab
Highlighted event: Sounds Good! – Music, noise, image and light in contemporary visual art | Ybl Buda Creative House

10.30 am | Pesti Vigadó
Behind the Scenes of the Concert Hall
Building tour

11 am | Óbuda Museum
The Secrets of the Zichy Mansion
A walk through the history of the building

11 am | Pál Molnár-C. Studio Museum
Paintings, Sculptures, Ideals
A guided tour and discussion

2 pm | Bölcs Vár
Time Travel
A tour of the Historic Building of the Year 2019

2 pm | Ybl Buda Creative House
Understand Contemporary
An introduction to major trends in contemporary art – a lecture and discussion

3 pm | A.P.A. Gallery / Molnár Ani Gallery / TOBE Gallery / Ari Kupsus Gallery
The Scale of Beauty: From Zombies to Music
Gallery tour

3 pm | Museum of Fine Arts
Sins and Virtues
Guided tour of the Flemish Collection

4.30 pm | György Ráth Villa
Lives Behind the Objects
The extravagant, the rebel and the resolute: József Rippl-Rónai, Júlia Zsolnay and Endre Thék – a museum learning session for adults

6 pm | ART+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema – Faces, Places (director: Agnès Varda, JR, 2017)

6 pm | Ari Kupsus Gallery
Annamária Őry: Islands
Exhibition opening

Welcoming visitors for six days, the Budapest Art Week seeks to collect and represent the city’s colourful, varied art scene. As it allows visitors to get close to visual art, you will realize that you can not only understand the works, but feel them as well.
For the first time, the rich programme of 2020 also includes music and cinema. Tellingly entitled The Scale of Beauty: From Zombies to Music, the gallery tour of the first day stops at A.P.A. Gallery, Molnár Ani Gallery, TOBE Gallery and Ari Kupsus Gallery. The film showed on this day is a wonderful, not-to-be-missed French documentary, Faces, Places.

This event of the Budapest Spring Festival is jointly presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre and Budapest Art Week.

Budapest galleries and museums
14th April, 2020 10.00 am

#cancelled

Ticket prices

2500 Ft | 4000 Ft | 6000 Ft

Day ticket: Ft 2000
6-day pass: Ft 6000
Student pass: Ft 4000
Senior pass: Ft 4000
Budapest galleries and museums
Budapest,

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