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Budapest Art Week 
Photographer: Réka Hegyháti
Budapest Art Week
Budapest galleries and museums
17th 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 am | MOME Zugliget Campus
Tour of MOME’s building

10 am | Örkény István Theatre, main entrance
Petrified Allegories – Music and dance in public sculpture
City walk

11 am | Pál Molnár-C. Studio Museum
Paintings, Sculptures, Ideals
Guided tour

11.30 am | Hungarian National Gallery
Selected masterpieces – Learn about our most famous works
Guided tour

12 am | Várfok Gallery / Várfok Project Room / PINCE / Hegyvidék Gallery
Fantastic Exhibitions and Where to Find Them
Gallery tour

3 pm | B32 Studio / Kavics / Karinthy Salon
The Anatomy of Our Decisions and Desires
Gallery tour

3 pm | Museum of Fine Arts
Bodies of Wood, Marble, Bronze
Guided tour of the exhibition, European Sculpture 1350–1800

4 pm | Goldberger Collection of Textile Industry
Goldberger Blue Trail
Thematic guided tour

4 pm | Várkert Bazár – Southern Palace
A New World was Born
Guided tour

4 pm | Három Hét Gallery
What Makes a Chair a Chair?
Design play centre for adults

4 pm | Hungarian National Gallery
Change of Scale – Changes in the representation of history in the art of the 19th and 20th centuries
Guided tour

4.30 pm | György Ráth Villa
A Self-made Man from the Turn of the Century – Gyula Jungfer, the Iron Man
Public talk

5 pm | Deák17 Gallery
My Little Monster
Guided tour with curator Emese Révész

5 pm | Mai Manó House
Coco CHANEL – Myth and Elegance / A night with Marilyn Monroe
Guided tour with Judit Szatmári

6 pm | ART+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema – Forbidden Abstracts (director: Ákos Bánki, 2018)

6 pm | Petőfi Literary Museum
Tandori Fragments – Lenke Szilágyi’s visual reflections
Guided tour with the curator

6 pm | Trafó Gallery
The exhibition of Eglė Kulbokaitė and Dorota Gawęda
Guided tour

7 pm | ALL CAPS Collective
Adam Lachner: BSL1312
Exhibition opening

7 pm | TOBE Gallery
ZOMBIE | KINZO is HERE
Musical performance

7 pm | Art Salon Gallery
Szelevényi – Ajtai Duo in concert

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. The tour of MOME’s Zugliget campus will probably be a popular offer, as will the discussion of the aesthetics of music and dance-themed public sculptures. This day Art Week Cinema will present Forbidden Abstracts, in which painter and director Ákos Bánki takes a look at art-related public policy in the 1960s.

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: Réka Hegyháti
Highlighted event: Sounds Good! – Music, noise, image and light in contemporary visual art | Ybl Buda Creative House

10 am | MOME Zugliget Campus
Tour of MOME’s building

10 am | Örkény István Theatre, main entrance
Petrified Allegories – Music and dance in public sculpture
City walk

11 am | Pál Molnár-C. Studio Museum
Paintings, Sculptures, Ideals
Guided tour

11.30 am | Hungarian National Gallery
Selected masterpieces – Learn about our most famous works
Guided tour

12 am | Várfok Gallery / Várfok Project Room / PINCE / Hegyvidék Gallery
Fantastic Exhibitions and Where to Find Them
Gallery tour

3 pm | B32 Studio / Kavics / Karinthy Salon
The Anatomy of Our Decisions and Desires
Gallery tour

3 pm | Museum of Fine Arts
Bodies of Wood, Marble, Bronze
Guided tour of the exhibition, European Sculpture 1350–1800

4 pm | Goldberger Collection of Textile Industry
Goldberger Blue Trail
Thematic guided tour

4 pm | Várkert Bazár – Southern Palace
A New World was Born
Guided tour

4 pm | Három Hét Gallery
What Makes a Chair a Chair?
Design play centre for adults

4 pm | Hungarian National Gallery
Change of Scale – Changes in the representation of history in the art of the 19th and 20th centuries
Guided tour

4.30 pm | György Ráth Villa
A Self-made Man from the Turn of the Century – Gyula Jungfer, the Iron Man
Public talk

5 pm | Deák17 Gallery
My Little Monster
Guided tour with curator Emese Révész

5 pm | Mai Manó House
Coco CHANEL – Myth and Elegance / A night with Marilyn Monroe
Guided tour with Judit Szatmári

6 pm | ART+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema – Forbidden Abstracts (director: Ákos Bánki, 2018)

6 pm | Petőfi Literary Museum
Tandori Fragments – Lenke Szilágyi’s visual reflections
Guided tour with the curator

6 pm | Trafó Gallery
The exhibition of Eglė Kulbokaitė and Dorota Gawęda
Guided tour

7 pm | ALL CAPS Collective
Adam Lachner: BSL1312
Exhibition opening

7 pm | TOBE Gallery
ZOMBIE | KINZO is HERE
Musical performance

7 pm | Art Salon Gallery
Szelevényi – Ajtai Duo in concert

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. The tour of MOME’s Zugliget campus will probably be a popular offer, as will the discussion of the aesthetics of music and dance-themed public sculptures. This day Art Week Cinema will present Forbidden Abstracts, in which painter and director Ákos Bánki takes a look at art-related public policy in the 1960s.

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

Budapest galleries and museums
17th 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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