Exhibitions

  • 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.

  • 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.

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  • 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

  • DO YOU HAVE A KNACK FOR ART? – BUTTERFLY-EFFECT

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    The international competition related to contemporary society and fine art ‘Do You Have a Knack for Art?’ presents the works of the Hungarian finalists.

  • FROM PLANAR TO SPATIAL

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    The exhibition presents the works of Department of Graphics, Form and Design students of Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Architecture. Inspired by and working together with the renowned artist István Haász, the second-year students of architecture explore the sovereign logic of architectonic thinking.

  • <19 Freestyle Computing Competition - Shape your world!

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    The exhibition presents the best artworks of the contest ‘

  • Rosy-Cheeked Tales – Illustrations by Satoe Tone

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    Japanese illustrator Satoe Tone visits Budapest for the third time to show us more of her fabulous world. Her pictures are dreamlike and have an airy, fluffy feel to them. In her illustrations one can find traces of traditional Japanese art as well as elements of modern European painting.

  • STORYTELLER PAST, SPEAKING PRESENT

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    An exhibition on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Palotás Gábor Elementary School that presents the artworks of its students and the history of the institute. The Budapest situated Palotás Gábor Elementary School is a special school for children with speech impairments and severe learning disabilities. These students however are full of desire for creativity. Joyfulness makes you creative and creativity makes you joyful – it is demonstrated by the exhibition.