Exhibitions

  • ARCHIVE
  • Re / To Art - From paper-clothes to edible jewelries (6th January - 13th February, 2016)

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    Fashion and textile-design in Jelky András specialized school of fine arts.

  • Maschinenmench - Travelling exhibition in the brushfactory

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    Our exhibition – Maschinenmench travels to the Brushfactory in Cluj-Nepoca between 18 November- - 31 December 2015.

  • Lumina – Hommage á György Kepes (4 November – 31 December 2015)

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    The contemporary art exhibition inspired by Kepes György and displays the different forms of the light-appearance. It leads us around the light-shadow effect, the reflections, the difference between the spiritual and the technical light and the parallels between the artworks of the exhibition.

  • Years, artworks, adolescents – 20 years of visual competitions

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    According to the 20th anniversary of the most valuable art competition of the secondary school students Deák17 Art and Youth Gallery presents an exhibition showcasing a selection from the competition’s artworks.

  • The visual phrasing of light and light phenomena - The competition’s bests  are exhibited

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    Nearly a hundred competitors sent photos to our competition in four categories: shadows and splendors, sky phenomena, lights and fountains, light in the city between the age of 10 to 23 from all of the region of Hungary. This exhibition is one among the programme-series - The National Year Of The Light- organized by The Hungarian Academy of Science. These artworks are evidence that how important is the light in our lives and in how many forms presents on Earth.

  • Touchdown

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    The aim of the exhibition titled Touchdown is to showcase how skateboarding has evolved into an alternative way of transport, a landmark of youth culture, and why skateboarding can be considered an urban art form. All of the exhibitors are die-hard skateboarders, and everything exhibited is related to skateboarding: videos, fanzines, photos, illustrations, documentaries and installations.

  • Machinemen

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    The creation of the perfect man is represented by the works "Eve" and "Adam and Eve" by István Máriás (Horror Pista), while "Tomorrow's Eve" appears in Tamás Dobos’s photo-pair Nüx 1-2.

  • Jaschik 130

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    Álmos Jaschik, a Hungarian graphic artist and art educator's 130th birth anniversary memorial exhibition.
    At the exhibition showcase Jaschik Álmos’ and his disciples’ artworks, as well as the Jaschik Álmos Secondary School of Arts’ students’ and their teachers’ works.
    Visiting: 11 March - 30 April 2015

  • Iron Egg – The Making of

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    Traub Victoria’s Iron Egg, an animated film, won funding at the MTVA Macskássy 2014 Contest last year. The film is a story about a little boy who gets lost and finds his way home through the forest of singing trees and the realm of the swamp monster. At the exhibition, in addition to screening Iron Egg, the film’s planning stages were also displayed: a series of visual and character designs and details from the storyboard.