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Budapest Art Week 
Photographer: Réka Hegyháti
Budapest Art Week
Budapest galleries and museums
19th 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 –12 am | KristofLab – AQB
Open Studios

10 am | Újpest-központ metro station
Metro Museum / Underground Colours
Guided tour with Zsófia Somogyi-Rohonczy

10.30 am | Corvin Community Centre
Csilla Gévai: Very BLUE
Exhibition opening and workshop

11 am – 1 pm | The studio of Judit Horváth Lóczi
Open Studios

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

11 am | Museum of Fine Arts
What happened to the female body?!
English-language guided tour of the exhibition, European Sculpture 1350–1800

12 am – 2 pm | DIO Creative Space
Open Studios

1 pm | Esernyős Gallery / Godot Institute of Contemporary Art
Provocative Polymaths
Gallery tour

1 pm – 3 pm | The studio of Domonkos Benyovszky-Szűcs
Open Studios

2 pm – 4 pm | Nóra Teplán FKSE
Open Studios

3 pm – 5 pm | Budapest Art Factory
Open Studios

3 pm | aqb Project Space
“Wittgenstein”
Guided tour with the curator and closing event

3 pm | Museum of Fine Arts
Dangerous Attractions – The Painting of German Renaissance
Guided tour

4 pm | Hungarian National Gallery
Coveted Beauty – Ideas and Reality
Guided tour

4 pm – 6 pm | Collective studio of Ádám Esse Bánki, Áron Majoros and Attila Rajcsók
Open Studios

2 pm | Ybl Buda Creative House
Sounds Good! – Music, noise, image and light in contemporary visual art
Closing guided tour with the exhibiting artists

6 pm | ART+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema – Salvador Dalí: In Search of Immortality (director: David Pujol, 2018)

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. On the last day, Judit Horváth Lóczi, Domonkos Benyovszky-Szűcs, Nóra Teplán and others will welcome visitors to their studio. The complex relations of film and visual art will be demonstrated by a movie about Salvador Dalí, while Esernyős Gallery and Godot Institute of Contemporary Art will reveal the world of Provocative Polymaths. Visit the metro station in Újpest to see Underground Colours.

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 –12 am | KristofLab – AQB
Open Studios

10 am | Újpest-központ metro station
Metro Museum / Underground Colours
Guided tour with Zsófia Somogyi-Rohonczy

10.30 am | Corvin Community Centre
Csilla Gévai: Very BLUE
Exhibition opening and workshop

11 am – 1 pm | The studio of Judit Horváth Lóczi
Open Studios

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

11 am | Museum of Fine Arts
What happened to the female body?!
English-language guided tour of the exhibition, European Sculpture 1350–1800

12 am – 2 pm | DIO Creative Space
Open Studios

1 pm | Esernyős Gallery / Godot Institute of Contemporary Art
Provocative Polymaths
Gallery tour

1 pm – 3 pm | The studio of Domonkos Benyovszky-Szűcs
Open Studios

2 pm – 4 pm | Nóra Teplán FKSE
Open Studios

3 pm – 5 pm | Budapest Art Factory
Open Studios

3 pm | aqb Project Space
“Wittgenstein”
Guided tour with the curator and closing event

3 pm | Museum of Fine Arts
Dangerous Attractions – The Painting of German Renaissance
Guided tour

4 pm | Hungarian National Gallery
Coveted Beauty – Ideas and Reality
Guided tour

4 pm – 6 pm | Collective studio of Ádám Esse Bánki, Áron Majoros and Attila Rajcsók
Open Studios

2 pm | Ybl Buda Creative House
Sounds Good! – Music, noise, image and light in contemporary visual art
Closing guided tour with the exhibiting artists

6 pm | ART+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema – Salvador Dalí: In Search of Immortality (director: David Pujol, 2018)

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. On the last day, Judit Horváth Lóczi, Domonkos Benyovszky-Szűcs, Nóra Teplán and others will welcome visitors to their studio. The complex relations of film and visual art will be demonstrated by a movie about Salvador Dalí, while Esernyős Gallery and Godot Institute of Contemporary Art will reveal the world of Provocative Polymaths. Visit the metro station in Újpest to see Underground Colours.

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

Budapest galleries and museums
19th 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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