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Budapest Art Week 
Photographer: Réka Hegyháti
Budapest Art Week
Budapest galleries and museums
18th 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 | Art Salon Gallery / Víziváros Gallery / Várfok Project Room / Várfok Gallery
Artistic strolls in Buda
Gallery tour

11 am | Pesti Vigadó
Sándor Plugor memorial exhibition
Magor Plugor’s subjective guided tour

11 am | Association of Hungarian Architects
Lenke Szilágyi: Empathy – Works from the Arcana Collection
Closing guided tour

11 am | Hungarian National Gallery
Magic Carpet
Fun for the family

11 am | Museum of Fine Arts
Astonishingly modern: German Renaissance Art
Guided tour in English

12 am | Bartók 1 Gallery / K.A.S. Gallery / Godot Gallery
Old Acquaintances
Gallery tour

2 pm | Óbuda Museum
The Missing Streets of Óbuda
A walk through the history of Óbuda

2 pm | Deák17 Gallery / Léna Roselli Gallery / Virág Judit Gallery
Pest Bestiary
Gallery tour

2 pm | Molnár Ani Gallery
My Art
Guided tour with Zsolt Asztalos

3 pm | Karinthy Salon
Les Amis Des Femmes
Guided tour with Ági Vedres

3 pm | Museum of Fine Arts
Seventy Years On
A detailed introduction to the Romanesque Hall

3 pm | Hungarian National Gallery
Selected masterpieces – Learn about our most famous works
Guided tour

4 pm | Villa Lívia
Meaningful Noise
Guided tour with Márton Gerben

4 pm | LAVOR Collective / Telep Gallery / Inda Gallery / Glassyard Gallery
Layers of Memory
Gallery tour

4 pm | Petőfi Literary Museum
Paper Fiesta
Creative workshop in the museum’s manuscript archive

4 pm | Petőfi Literary Museum
Wandering Comet
Guided tour with the curator

4 pm | Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism
Food and Literature
Péter József Lakatos’s subjective guided tour

6 pm | ART+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema – The Price of Everything (director: Nathaniel Kahn, 2018)

6 pm | Hungarian National Museum
CLARA – Klára Rotschild – The fashion queen behind the Iron Curtain
Exclusive guided tour

6 pm | Petőfi Literary Museum
A Writer Stands Model – Erzsébet Kádár (1901–1946)
Guided tour with the curator

7.30 pm | Art+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema TALK
Péter Emőd hosts a round-table discussion of the Hungarian art market, apropos of the film, The Price of Everything. Panel: Csaba Hetényi, Dávid Kováts, Ani Molnár

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. Day five will be dedicated to exhibition venues in Buda, including Art Salon Gallery, Víziváros Gallery, Várfok Project Room and Várfok Gallery. The film on offer in our cinematic programme will be Nathaniel Kahn’s documentary, The Price of Everything, which will be followed by a round-table discussion of the Hungarian art market.

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 | Art Salon Gallery / Víziváros Gallery / Várfok Project Room / Várfok Gallery
Artistic strolls in Buda
Gallery tour

11 am | Pesti Vigadó
Sándor Plugor memorial exhibition
Magor Plugor’s subjective guided tour

11 am | Association of Hungarian Architects
Lenke Szilágyi: Empathy – Works from the Arcana Collection
Closing guided tour

11 am | Hungarian National Gallery
Magic Carpet
Fun for the family

11 am | Museum of Fine Arts
Astonishingly modern: German Renaissance Art
Guided tour in English

12 am | Bartók 1 Gallery / K.A.S. Gallery / Godot Gallery
Old Acquaintances
Gallery tour

2 pm | Óbuda Museum
The Missing Streets of Óbuda
A walk through the history of Óbuda

2 pm | Deák17 Gallery / Léna Roselli Gallery / Virág Judit Gallery
Pest Bestiary
Gallery tour

2 pm | Molnár Ani Gallery
My Art
Guided tour with Zsolt Asztalos

3 pm | Karinthy Salon
Les Amis Des Femmes
Guided tour with Ági Vedres

3 pm | Museum of Fine Arts
Seventy Years On
A detailed introduction to the Romanesque Hall

3 pm | Hungarian National Gallery
Selected masterpieces – Learn about our most famous works
Guided tour

4 pm | Villa Lívia
Meaningful Noise
Guided tour with Márton Gerben

4 pm | LAVOR Collective / Telep Gallery / Inda Gallery / Glassyard Gallery
Layers of Memory
Gallery tour

4 pm | Petőfi Literary Museum
Paper Fiesta
Creative workshop in the museum’s manuscript archive

4 pm | Petőfi Literary Museum
Wandering Comet
Guided tour with the curator

4 pm | Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism
Food and Literature
Péter József Lakatos’s subjective guided tour

6 pm | ART+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema – The Price of Everything (director: Nathaniel Kahn, 2018)

6 pm | Hungarian National Museum
CLARA – Klára Rotschild – The fashion queen behind the Iron Curtain
Exclusive guided tour

6 pm | Petőfi Literary Museum
A Writer Stands Model – Erzsébet Kádár (1901–1946)
Guided tour with the curator

7.30 pm | Art+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema TALK
Péter Emőd hosts a round-table discussion of the Hungarian art market, apropos of the film, The Price of Everything. Panel: Csaba Hetényi, Dávid Kováts, Ani Molnár

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. Day five will be dedicated to exhibition venues in Buda, including Art Salon Gallery, Víziváros Gallery, Várfok Project Room and Várfok Gallery. The film on offer in our cinematic programme will be Nathaniel Kahn’s documentary, The Price of Everything, which will be followed by a round-table discussion of the Hungarian art market.

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

Budapest galleries and museums
18th 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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