Exhibitions

  • ARCHIVE
  • My City, Our World Heritage - Screenings

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    Videos about Budapest chosen as the best ones by the jury of 'My City, Our World Heritage', a competition called by the Organization of World Heritage Cities (OWHC), can be seen at the 8th Hungarian Cultural Days of Cluj.

  • Experience of science

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    Best works from the Hungarian Secondary School Acadamic Compatition

  • City of Tales – Budapest

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    Our Capital in the children’s booksOur Capital in the children’s books

  • Maia Flore: Imagine France

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    Budapest Photo Festival, the French Institut Budapest and D17 Youth Gallery in cooperation shows Maia Flore: Imagine France.

  • Virtual Icons

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    The NDK-Neue Debrezenische Kunst and the Deak17 Gallery have invited applications this year again. At the Virtual Icons exhibition are presentend the best artworks of students and contemporary artists, reflecting to the theme. How does a teenager or a mature artist think about the topic of the icons, role models and the digital world of our days? Modern and fresh thoughts, visual expressions and many more questions await the visitors.

  • Jaschik Print

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    The Jaschik print exhibition gives a special insight into the artworks of workshops of Jaschik School at the Deak17 Gallery. The leporellos and space installations present artworks created in different styles and with various techniques, at assorted levels. With a short recommendation and many reproducted imagery, in a memorable way.

  • The best book for children and youts - 2016

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    The Institute of Hungarian Children's Literature Institute collected the best children and youth books of 2016. Come and find your new best. In this year the professional jury framed up again the TOP25. In the Deák17 Gallery you can read into more than 100 books in different age-group and topics.

  • Bartók135

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    We celebrate the 135th anniversary of Béla Bartók's birth with this exhibition. Contemporary artists, who were invited by the curator, Dorka Kaposi show their Bartók-inspired artworks. In line with these pieces of art we can show the best concepts of our Bartók reloaded competition. The student adapted the Bluebeard's Castle, The Miraculous Mandarin, and The Wooden Prince. Sketches, costume and set designs, posters and scenarios show us how the children see Bartók operas and ballet. The third elements of the exhibition are some old costume and set designs from the collection of The Hungarian Theatre Museum and Institute. 

  • Example! travelling exhibition - Sepsiszentgyörgy

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    ART INStITUt + special edition presents Deák 17 – Youth Art Gallery from Budapest, Hungary on 08. November, 2016, Tuesday from 18:00.

  • Hungarian National Day of Painting

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    Our new exhibition is full with colour. Different medias and technics but the same passion for vibrant and magic colours. Come and celebrate with the us the Hungarian National Day of Painting.