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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.

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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.

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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

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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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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

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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.

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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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