5 must-see exhibitions in Budapest

As the cold weather is just upon us the days become shorter and paler, so we need some colours and beauty for our sole. Therefore we recommend five exhibitions, which are must see during your stay in Budapest.

1.Painters, Muses, Lovers

The Kieselbach Gallery lines up the most significant Hungarian painters of the 20th century. The aim of the exhibition is to introduce the supporter women and muses behind the famous painters. They stayed out of the spotlight, but without them everything would be different…

Address: 1055 Budapest Szent István körút 5.

Available: from 3th of November to 27th of November

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kieselbach/?fref=ts

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Picture: Rippl- Rónai József, Kieselbach Galéria Facebook

2.Robert Capa Contemporary Photographic Centre

The purpose of this institute is to supply the needs of both professional and amateur lovers of photography. It gives home to Hungarian and international exhibitions with the spirit of being different and offers unusual visual experience for the visitors.

Address: 1065 Budapest, Nagymező Street 6.

Opening hours:  Monday – Friday: 2pm – 7pm,

                          Saturday-Sunday: 11am – 7 pm.

Webpage: http://capacenter.hu/

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Photo: Robert Capa, Capa Kortárs Fotográfiai Központ Facebook

3.Highlights Hungary 2016

This cultural event is organised for the third time with the idea of bringing graphic arts, literature and theatre under the same roof in the same time. Thus, ten famous contemporary Hungarian artists composed pieces inspired by the exhibition.  This year they put an emphasis on the most famous pieces of the collection combined with the fresh and provocative opinion of the performance in order to put it in a different highlight and give a 21st century meaning.

Address: 1014, Budapest Szent György Square 2.

Available: From 8th of November to 13th of December

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Magyar-Nemzeti-Gal%C3%A9ria-Hungarian-National-Gallery-96255263244/?fref=ts

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Picture: Hungarian National Galery Facebook

4.Romina Giuliani – Loopholes from everyday life

Chimera-Project Gallery presents Romina Giuliani as the winner of the Chimera Art Award 2016 with her solo exhibition: “Loopholes from everyday life”. Her work arose from her ongoing interest in the investigation of identity and subjectivity with their oscillations between contrived and authentic desires, human fears and ambiguities. The exhibition is formed by heterogeneous interventions and installations through the space. The title of the exhibition encompasses the topic of caducity and uncertainty of life with all weakness, equivocations and vagueness that it includes.

Address: 1072. Budapest Klauzár Square 5.

Available: From 28th

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1878157139074152/

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Photo: Romina Guiliani, Chimera- Project Facebook

5.Berlin-Budapest 1919-1933

In the Virág Judit gallery we can get a glimpse of the early 20th century’s atmosphere, when Berlin had a huge impact of the Hungarian artist. The exhibition shows 148 paintings, posters, statues, collages and contemporaneous journals, which introduce the ebullient, dynamical and initiative city. Beside of these arts there will be several film screenings and two paintings from Béla Kádár, which the Hungarian public couldn’t see for almost a century.

Address: 1055. Falk Miksa Street 30.

Available: From 26th of October to 27th of November

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/viragjuditgaleria/?fref=ts

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Photo: Virág Judit Galéria Facebook

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