Exhibitions

  • My Little Beast - Travelling exhibition of Deák17 Youth Art Gallery in Pécs

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    The exhibition presents the works of Hungarian illustrators reflecting on the mythical beings of tales.

  • Once Upon a Time…

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    Grimm’s Fairy Tales | Exhibition of Estonian Illustrators

  • MEIXNER 20

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    On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Meixner Elementary School and Primary School of Art in Rákospalota the institution presents the artworks of its former and current students: everything that born within the complex Meixner atmosphere.

  • REFLEX

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    How can the four classical elements that make up the world around us - earth, water, fire and air - capture passing moments and become a medium of ephemeral compositions? Do they make us more aware of the complexity of our senses? Can our perception be enhanced if we focus on measured observation? How can we perceive the spatial and temporal dimensions of visible and invisible natural processes and phenomena in the radiance of natural and artificial light? The installations of the REFLEX group exhibition invite visitors to enter the ethereal medium of subjective perception and (light) environments that exist in a state of constant flux.

  • ARCHIVE
  • WHAT A CIRCUS!

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    The exhibition features the best entries of the National Competition on Visual Culture for Secondary School students invited applications by the Ministry of Human Capacities and organized by the Educational Authority.

  • Noble Light 2020 - Online exhibition

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    The exhibition presents the works of Goldsmith and Photography students of Komplex SZC Kézművesipari Szakgimnázium Budapest.

  • My Little Beast – Beasts and Imaginary Creatures in Children’s Book Illustration

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    People have depicted monsters as long as they have had fears - that is, since the beginning of time. By giving them shape, they can face up to them and fight them. Human imagination has been inhabited for millennia by wolfmen, dog-headed gods, aliens, trolls, giants, devils, demons and vampires. From the outset, their forms have been a mix of the imagined and the experienced: they are hybrid beings constructed from known forms (animals, plants). They have journeyed from the stories of archaic myths, through fairy tales, and from examples of fine art to the illustrations of children’s books.

  • FORRAI ART SCHOOL: ’BALANCE’ PROJECT

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    The designers of the 21st century are, in truth, the 'Renaissance men' of our age, whose first and foremost goal is not only to attend and follow the development of Object & Environment, and, along those, the complex visual culture but also to shape them actively, creatively, consciously and on a constant basis.

  • The Edge of Fiction

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    The exhibition examines photography on the edge of fiction and reality through the works of three young, Eastern European photographers: Weronika Gesicka (PL), Bara Prasilova (CZ)  and  Maria Svarbova (SK). The playful and humorous visual language of the contemporary photographers' new generation is very personal and associative, yet is linked to the theme of past and remembrance, mingling the medium's objective nature with a nostalgic tone.

  • Parallel Realities - Travelling exhibition of Deák17 Youth Art Gallery

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    Opening: 6 February 2020 19:00