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A Hungarian painter in Paris – The retrospective exhibition of Tibor Csernus

Museum: Liu Haisu Art Museum

City: Shanghai

Country: China

Date: 04 August 2017. 14:00 - 27 August 2017. 14:00

The cooperation of the Kovács Gábor Art Foundation and the Liu Haisu Art Museum, which looks back on a history of several years, has reached a new stage with the retrospective exhibition of Tibor Csernus, which opens in the newly opened building of the Shanghai museum of contemporary art in August 2017. The exhibition presents the Hungarian artist’s oeuvre in an international context, focusing on the major themes and genres that interested this seminal 20th-century Hungarian artist.

Exhibits from the collection:

Masters of the Hungarian Realism

Museum: Baroque Castle of Hajós

City: Hajós

Country: Hungary

Date: 05 July 2017. 18:00 - 24 September 2017. 18:00

 

 

Continuously expanded, the Kovács Gábor Collection is one of the most prestigious private collections in Hungary. Following a number of exhibitions in Hungary and abroad, the collection is now introduced in Hajós with a special selection that guides the viewer through one of the most exciting periods in the history of Hungarian painting, the rise of realist painting, through the work of Mihály Munkácsy, László Paál, László Mednyánszky, Géza Mészöly, Sándor Bihari and others. 

 
 

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Egry József's Lake Balaton

Museum: KOGART Exhibitions Tihany

City: Tihany

Country: Hungary

Date: 30 June 2017. 10:00 - 10 September 2017. 10:00

József Egry, the painter of Lake Balaton: this is how most people know one of the most distinctive modern Hungarian painters. He found fame with those views of Lake Balaton that vibrate with a riot of colours and lights, and which are on view at KOGART’s Tihany gallery for two months from 30 June, 2017.

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THE CHILD IN THE HUNGARIAN FINE ART

Museum: The Vaszary Mansion

City: Balatonfüred

Country: Hungary

Date: 24 June 2017. 10:00 - 08 January 2018. 10:00

From Biedermeier till Present Days

Works of Miklós Barabás, Mihály Munkácsy, István Szőnyi, István Csók, Adolf Fényes and János Vaszary

 

The exhibition, over four centuries, presents more than fifty works presented to the audience from the most beautiful works of Hungarian fine art. Paintings, graphics, sculptures, photos and video work showcase the subject from the 17th century to the present. Every room is surrounded by a subject, mutually matching and intermingled with the image of different ages of maternity, family, gender roles, rural life, school, education, and play. 

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In the charm of the Nature. Exhibition of the painter Pál Szinyei Merse (1845-1920)

Museum: Bozsó Gyűjtemény

City: Kecskemét

Country: Hungary

Date: 11 May 2017. 10:00 - 20 August 2017. 10:00

The exhibition presents the poetic landscape painting of Pál Szinyei Merse,  from early plein air studies inspired by nature, to late-effective landscapes.

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The First Golden Age. Painting in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and the Műcsarnok

Museum: Műcsarnok (Kunsthalle)

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 22 November 2016. 10:00 - 12 March 2017. 10:00

The Műcsarnok in Budapest celebrates the 120th anniversary this year. The creation and inauguration of the institution coincided with the flourishing of the Monarchy and Hungary. The exhibition The First Golden Age presents a selection of masterpieces from the period.

Exhibits from the collection:

Budapest – Berlin

Museum: Virág Judit Gallery, Budapest, Falk Miksa street/ 30.

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 25 October 2016. 10:00 - 27 November 2016. 10:00

This comprehensive exhibition focuses on the artistic relations of Budapest and Berlin. The exhibition and the album try to delight the hungarian artist-emigration circle of Berlin in the beginning of the 1920s and their connections with the international avant-garde.

Exhibits from the collection:

Biedermeier Extended - Waldmüller und die Malerei seiner Zeit

Museum: Österreichischen Galerie Belvedere

City: Vienna

Country: Austria

Date: 21 October 2016. 10:15 - 12 February 2017. 10:15

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Before the Revolution - the Academy of Fine Art between 1945-56

Museum: Hungarian University of Fine Arts – Barcsay Hall

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 20 October 2016. 19:00 - 14 December 2016. 19:00

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Markó and his followers

Museum: National Museum of Art - Cluj-Napoca

City: Cluj-Napoca

Country: Romania

Date: 12 August 2016. 18:00 - 18 September 2016. 18:00

The ideal landscape in 19th-century Hungarian painting

The art of Károly Markó the Elder (1793–1860) was shaped by the trends of Classicism and Romanticism: his approach was marked by both an espousal of the ideals of Antiquity and a desire to explore the artist’s psyche. 

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"GLOOMY DRAWINGNESS – JOVIAL PICTURESQUE | The Way of József Rippl-Rónai from Paris to Kaposvár, from Mediterranean Sea to Lake Balaton"

Museum: The Vaszary Mansion

City: Balatonfüred

Country: Hungary

Date: 06 August 2016. 18:00 - 08 January 2017. 18:00

Exhibits from the collection:

The Kovács Gábor Art Collection from Munkácsy to Tóth Menyhért

Museum: Tornyai János Museum and Community Center

City: Hódmezővásárhely

Country: Hungary

Date: 22 May 2016. 10:00 - 31 July 2016. 10:00

Opening on 22 May, the János Tornyai Museum in Hódmezővásárhely will host an exhibition of more than 100 works from the 400-strong collection of Gábor Kovács (founder of the Gábor Kovács Art Foundation), which spans the history of Hungarian painting from the 18th to the mid-20th century.

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Viewers and pictures in Pest and Buda

Museum: Castle Garden Bazaar - Guards' Palace (Northern Palace)

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 13 May 2016. 10:00 - 07 August 2016. 10:00

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Stories by the Masters of Hungarian Art

Museum: Kasteyev State Museum of Arts

City: Almaty

Country: Kazahstan

Date: 08 January 2016. 18:00 - 08 February 2016. 18:00

The main mission of the Kovács Gábor Art Foundation (KOGART) is to reveal the values of Hungarian art, and to present them, both in Hungary and abroad. The latter is essential as the significance of a national art cannot be established with sufficient accuracy solely by referencing the domestic environment; for the judgement to be sound, an international comparison is indispensable. This is what lends especial importance to every major presentation of outstanding works of Hungarian art in foreign countries, where art lovers represent a different taste, and can approach the artworks without set value judgements and preconceptions. The opinion of the foreign audience often differs significantly from the domestic canon, encouraging professionals to take new considerations into account, and to have a more nuanced vision of the main trends in their nation’s art.

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A woman from Munkácsy's dreams: Resting Lady in Békéscsaba

Museum: Mihály Munkács Museum

City: Békéscsaba

Country: Hungary

Date: 29 September 2015. 18:00 - 04 December 2015. 18:00

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Zsuzsa Péreli: Wars and peace treaties

Museum: The Museum of Literature Petőfi

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

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

Exhibits from the collection:

Inward Pilgrimage

Museum: Pécs Gallery

City: Pécs

Country: Hungary

Date: 20 August 2015. 18:00 - 13 September 2015. 18:00

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The Lonely Cedar – Csontváry’s Genius

Museum: Buda Castle, Army Headquarters building

City: Budapest

Country: Hungary

Date: 05 July 2015. 10:00 - 31 January 2016. 10:00

After several years’ preparation, a comprehensive retrospective show of the painter Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka is opening in the former Army Headquarters building of the Buda Castle on July 5, 2015. The exhibition is organised by Várgondnokság Nonprofit kft. and curated by Gábor Gulyás. The show is open to visitors until 31 December 2015.

Exhibits from the collection:

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

Exhibits from the collection:

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