Exhibitions

  • ARCHIVE
  • Jaschik Selfie

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    Selfie is the most commonly used pictorial genre of social media. It is a self-portrait photo that usually shows a special event, a venue, a famous building or even an artwork. But our eyes are not focusing on the landscape, the building or on the artwork, rather on ourselves, the ego. Therefore selfies can be seen as tools of identity-searching, as instruments of expressing "Who am I". The exhibition presents the works of Jaschik Álmos Art School-students.

  • Selection from children and youth books of 2017

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    An overview of children and youth books of 2017. A group of specialists have compared the remarkable children and youth book-releases of 2017. A selection of books will be presented at the exhibition and the jury will  announce the top 25 books in a roundtable-conversation.

  • The Fabulous World of SATOE TONE

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    Japanese illustrator Satoe Tone visits Budapest again to show us more of her fabulous world.

  • My City, Our World Heritage

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    Our Gallery will present the best works of the contest ’World Heritage Through the Eyes of Young People’ called by the city of Selmecbánya, and the winning videos of the OWHC (Organization of World Heritage Cities) and Budapest joint video contest.
    The exhibition was organized in cooperation with the OWHC (Organization of World Heritage Cities) and the city of Banská Štiavnica.

  • It's Always Tea-Time

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    In our exhibition 72 artists from all over the world respond to Lewis Caroll's Alice in Wonderland with their illustrations. The visitors can meet with the works of Estonian, Hungarian, Iranian, Italian, Spanish, Russian, German, Polish and Finnish artists.

  • Zoltán Kluger - Modernist Eye in a New Land

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    In his photos, Zoltán Kluger has captured the formation of the State of Israel, a nation's aspiration to autonomy and the resurgence of hope after tragedies. Despite all the tragedies and pain of the 20th century, he represents hope on his pictures.

  • Playful interactions - Estonian Design for Children

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    Budapest Design Week gives you the possibility to enjoy a piece of Estonian Design as well! The exhibition focuses on the first stage of life: quality design can play an important role in.the development of children's abilities. The exhibition covers the fields of playful learning, dressing-up but social design projects also appear. Objects specially designed for children are the works of young Estonian designers at the beginning of their creative career.

  • Urban sparkling

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    Over 600 images and 300 students!

  • Water-mark

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    Students’ works from the 3rd International Graphic Bienniale

  • Polish Urban Art

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    Our first exhibition in September gives a unique insight into the world of Polish urban art.