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Bathing Season – János Vaszary’s waterside paintings from the Balaton to the Riviera

Museum: KOGART Exhibitions Tihany

City: Tihany

Country: Hungary

Date: 09 July 2015. 10:00 - 01 November 2015. 10:00

 

At the new exhibition in KOGART Tihany about 30 rarities of Vaszary are displayed from 9th July. These paintings illustrate beach, plage scenes, and come from private collections.

Vaszary János was an artist interested in various style. The 19th and 20th century styles left great remarks on his works - especially on the early ones. Permanent experimentation and recommencement were typical of his diverse lifework. After his alignment with naturalism as a student, he got under the influence of secession and symbolism, then right after his trip to Italy in 1905, his paintings were deeply affected by the cavalcade of the mediterranean coast’s unique atmosphere and vibrating colours. When later Vaszary was asked what his biggest experience had been, his answer was the colour. His style truly evolved after the First World War, and can be characterized by the power of colorit, and the rapid movement of the brush. His postimpressionist pieces show similiarities with the French style, and his aboved mentiones paintings primal themes were women, gardens, flowers and the frivolous and lightsome summer bath scenes. At the exhibition in Tihany 30 rarities of Vaszary are displayed. These paintings illustrate beach, plage scenes, and come from private collections. The relationship of Vaszary and Tihany is significant in many ways. Balaton has an outstanding role in Vaszary’s plein air painting, in the first decades of the 20th century, he made paintings about the lake and its surrounding area almost every year, but crowd of bathers and yachtsmen even appear in his paintings from the 1920s and 30s. One of Vaszary’ s biggest state order had to do with Balaton Limnological Institute. Around 1926, he made his 2 m wide panel painting in the boardroom of the building, which portrays the flora and fauna of Balaton’s channel through veil of water. This piece was taken away during the years of war, and in the 50s disappeared for good.

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Count Gyula Batthyány - Imagese of a disappeared world

Museum: Rómer Flóris Művészeti és Történeti Múzeum - Váczy Péter Gyűjtemény

City: Győr

Country: Hungary

Date: 18 April 2015. 10:00 - 10 September 2015. 10:00

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János Vaszary in Private Collections

Museum: Mű-Trem Galéria

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 27 March 2015. 10:00 - 25 April 2015. 10:00

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COUNT GYULA BATTHYÁNY - IMAGES OF A DISAPPEARED WORLD

Museum: Kieselbach Gallery

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 17 March 2015. 10:00 - 16 April 2015. 10:00

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István Csók: The painter of blissful life

Museum: Várkert

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 13 February 2015. 10:00 - 05 July 2015. 10:00

The memorial exhibition organized to commemorate the 150th anniversary of István Csók’s birth was established to pay homage to the greatness of the artist. More than 60 works are featured in the collection, constituting only a segment of the painter’s extensive oeuvre spanning almost eight decades. The exhibition is built around five thematic sections: scenes painted in the studio, most importantly nudes; genre paintings inspired by folk art; pictures showing objects from Asian cultures; scenes from the ideal home; and idyllic landscapes from the garden, Lake Balaton and the Venetian Lido.

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'When the Angel came...' - contemporary exhibition

Museum: REÖK - Regionális Összművelődési Központ

City: Szeged

Country: Hungary

Date: 04 December 2014. 18:00 - 18 January 2015. 18:00

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Two Landscapes an images of Slovakia, 19th Century × Contemporary

Museum: Slovak National Gallery - (Bratislava)

City: Bratislava

Country: Slovakia

Date: 03 July 2014. 10:00 - 19 October 2014. 10:00

The exhibition of the Slovak National Gallery under the title TWO COUNTRIES. Slovakia's image: the 19th century vs. the present represents, on the one hand, the conversion of the genre of the Slovak landscape in the 19th century art, on the other hand showing how the contemporary art took up the theme.

The trans-historical and multi-genre project on the rich material (drawings, graphics, photographs, paintings, sculptures and objects, installations, videos, events and performances) shows the range and diversity of depicting the Slovak country as a topographically defined location, processed and interpreted by the authors of the 19th century, as well as by the current authors.

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Czóbel a French Hungarian Painter

Museum: Art-Mill

City: Szentendre

Country: Hungary

Date: 30 May 2014. 18:00 - 31 August 2014. 18:00

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The Plain - Stories from the Past Two Hundred Years of Hungarian Fine Arts

Museum: MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts

City: Debrecen

Country: Hungary

Date: 11 May 2014. 10:00 - 21 September 2014. 10:00

The motto of the exhibition could be the slogan of a sight-seeing city tour calling locals: be tourist at home! By presenting a unique selection to the spectators, the exhibition shows chapters from the relation of the fine arts and one of the greatest region of the country and the ground of several stereotypes: the Great Hungarian Plain, the location of Debrecen also. The masterpieces, that have never been seen together before, tell stories about the plain painting, faith for tradition and progress. It is considered a rarity that a geographical region is so much accented in a fine arts discourse, even though -or for that reason- it is almost an “anti-landscape” by means of portrayal. The aim of the large-scale exhibition, including more than a hundred artworks, is dual: from one hand, it seeks the spiritual roots of the local culture and the traces of social changes through significant works of Hungarian fine arts, but from the other hand, it questions the spectator’s personal relation to the land. The exhibition invites the visitors for a walk and adventure in the Great Plain as a cultural space.

List of the artists: Gyula Béla Almási, Miklós Barabás, Jenő Barcsay, Sándor Bihari, József Bikessy-Heinbucher, Tibor Boromisza, Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka, Lajos Deák-Ébner, Béla Endre, Péter Erdős, Csaba Fejér, Adolf Fényes, Erzsébet Fülöp, György Haranghy, Ferenc Hézső, László Holló, Georg Höllering, Miklós Izsó, Béla K. Spányi, Miklós Káplár, György Kohán, József Koszta, Mári Kovács, István Kurucz D., Antal Ligeti, Károly Lotz, Zoltán Maghy, Károly Markó, László Mednyánszky, Mihály Munkácsy, István Nagy, József Németh, Soma Orlai Petrich, August von Pettenkofen, Gyula Rudnay, Károly Sterio, Ferenc Szalay, Lenke Szilágyi, János Szurcsik, Mór Than, János Tornyai, Menyhért Tóth, János Zahoray.

 

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A Fabric of Eternal Forces - the retrospective exhibition of visual artist Zsuzsa Péreli

Museum: KOGART Exhibitions Tihany

City: Tihany

Country: Hungary

Date: 13 April 2014. 10:00 - 06 July 2014. 10:00

The exhibition offers a comprehensive overview of a career of almost 30 years through 30 of Zsuzsa Péreli’s original tapestries and some of her aquarelles.Throughout her oeuvre, Péreli’s work has been marked by a relaxed painterliness and the use of special materials, which helped her to reveal the rich possibilities of the Gobelin technique to stimulate emotions and ideas. Of Zsuzsa Péreli’s works in private collections, KOGART boasts the largest holding.

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Oeuvre exhibition of József Koszta

Museum: Tornyai János Museum and Community Center

City: Hódmezővásárhely

Country: Hungary

Date: 01 April 2014. 10:00 - 29 June 2014. 10:00

The Gábor Kovács Art Collection is represenred by the painting titled Boats by József Koszta at the exhibition that displays the ouevre of József Koszta through more than 150 paintings in Tornyai János Museum, Hódmezővásárhely. 

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Markó, Munkácsy, Csontváry... 19th-century Hungarian Painting in the Gábor Kovács Art Collection

Museum: Dornyay Béla Museum

City: Salgótarján

Country: Hungary

Date: 20 December 2013. 10:00 - 30 March 2014. 10:00

Continuously enlarged, the Gábor Kovács Collection is one of the most prestigious private art collections in Hungary.

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Literary Visions. Tibor Csernus's Book Illustrations in Paris (1965-1980)

Museum: KOGART Exhibitions Tihany

City: Tihany

Country: Hungary

Date: 01 November 2013. 10:00 - 06 April 2014. 10:00

This exhibit highlights a lesser known part of Tibor Csernus’s painterly oeuvre, presenting the first comprehensive overview in Hungary of his book illustrations.

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Paris Attracts

Museum: Kempinski Gallery

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 11 September 2013. 10:00 - 31 January 2014. 10:00

Tibor Csernus' Exhibition in the Kempinski Gallery, in co-operation with the KOGART Gallery.

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Impressionist and Post-impressionist Masterpieces by Monet, Gauguin, Szinyei Merse, Rippl-Rónai from the Collections of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem,the Hungarian National Gallery and the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

Museum: Hungarian National Gallery

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 28 June 2013. 10:00 - 24 November 2013. 10:00

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Spring Awakening – The Birth of Modern Hungarian Painting in the Early 20th Century

Museum: KOGART Exhibitions Tihany

City: Tihany

Country: Hungary

Date: 09 June 2013. 10:00 - 27 October 2013. 10:00

Continuously enlarged, the Gábor Kovács Art Collection is one of the most prestigious private art collections in Hungary. The present selection guides the visitor through what was probably the most exciting half a century in the history of Hungarian painting. In those decades from the end of the 19th century till the Second World War, Hungarian art developed almost in parallel with the painting of Western Europe, particularly of France and Germany.

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Retrospective Exhibition of Artist Zsuzsa Péreli

Museum: Gallery of Szombathely

City: Szombathely

Country: Hungary

Date: 27 March 2013. 17:00 - 17 May 2013. 17:00

The Gallery of Szombathely has the largest collection of contemporary textile art in Hungary, and Zsuzsa Péreli had her debut exhibition in this city. At the same time, this Gallery owns the greatest number of her works. All these facts establish the importance of the present retrospective, spanning her artistic career on this very spot.

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AFFINITIES AND TRANSFORMATIONS • 18th and 19th-century Hungarian paintings in private collections

Museum: Hungarian National Museum

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 23 March 2013. 10:00 - 25 August 2013. 10:00

The Hungarian National Museum and the Kovács Gábor Art Foundation stage an exhibition in the spring of 2013, an initiative that is unique in the local cultural scene for a number of reasons. The exhibit offers an extensive view of Hungarian painting in the 18th and 19th centuries, with all the exhibits being borrowed from private collections. As a consequence, this display has significance not only as an art historical overview of the birth of the nation’s painting and its development until the end of the 19th century, but also as a rare moment of cultural history when the hidden treasures of private collections leave their homes for a few months before becoming invisible again for the public eye.

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In the Atelier of Tibor Csernus

Museum: Exhibition Complex

City: Nizhny Novgorod

Country: Russia

Date: 07 February 2013. 18:00 - 12 May 2013. 18:00

В мастерской Тибора Чернуша

This is the first time that the estate of Tibor Csernus, now the property of the Kovács Gábor Art Foundation, is presented outside Hungary. The collection comprises several hundred works, of which 90 are presented in the Exhibition Complex of the City of Nizhny Novgorod, between 8 February and 12 May, 2013. The Gábor Kovács Art Collection together with the Kovács Gábor Art Foundation considers it a mission of prime importance to make this internationally recognized oeuvre known to a public as wide as possible.

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Portable Remoteness

Museum: Várnegyed Gallery

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 19 October 2012. 11:00 - 19 November 2012. 11:00

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