The artworks of the group exhibition use the method of embroidery in a new guise and enrich the contemporary art scene – while making us wonder about our common and private heritage as well. Why do we embroider? In the…Read more "PATTERNS"
THE WHITE CITY OF TEL AVIV
TEL AVIV’S MODERN MOVEMENT
The historic centre of Tel Aviv has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since July 2003. The Israeli city on the seafront includes a unique ensemble of over 4000 houses in International Style. THE WHITE CITY OF TEL AVIV exhibition…Read more "THE WHITE CITY OF TEL AVIV"
STUDENT ART EXHIBITION
The Gallery presents the best entries of the national secondary school academic competition in visual arts. This year the students reflect on the topic of rhythms. Opening: 23 April 2022 11 am In cooperation with: National Association of Hungarian Art…Read more "RHYTHMS"
SPACE – MOTION – GAME in Szeged
The travelling exhibition is the result of the extraordinary cooperation of the painter Tamás Konok and the biologist Tamás Vásárhelyi. Drawing on the concept of Konok’s geometric elements and abstract images formed of fine lines, Vásárhelyi extends these structures into…Read more "SPACE – MOTION – GAME in Szeged"
My little Beast – Klebelsberg Cultural Centre
The exhibition presents the works of Hungarian illustrators reflecting on the mythical beings of tales. People have depicted monsters as long as they have had fears – that is, since the beginning of time. By giving them shape, they can…Read more "My little Beast – Klebelsberg Cultural Centre"
DO YOU HAVE A KNACK FOR ART?
THE FREEDOM OF CHOICE
Related to the international competition Do you Have a Knack for Art?, Hungarian high school finalists investigate the importance of decisions in our contemporary society. The freedom of choice may seem fundamental, but it’s not available for all and also…Read more "DO YOU HAVE A KNACK FOR ART?"
TRASH OR ART?
Upcycling art project by the Jaschik art school
Upcycling art means creative recycling – the reuse of waste materials in a way that it represents aesthetic and content value. The exhibition shows works made by art teachers and students of Jaschik Álmos Art School (installations, costumes, design objects…Read more "TRASH OR ART?"
THE BENTRESH STELA
The best works of the art contest on Ancient Egypt
We present the artworks of the annual art contest for students, announced by the Hungarian-Egyptian Friendship Society’s Ancient Egyptian Committee. The exhibition shows the best entries, selected by the jury.This time, the focus of the art contest was on an…Read more "THE BENTRESH STELA"
The street is not a playground travelling exhibiton
THE STORY OF SKATEBOARDING IN BUDAPEST, 1978-2019
The travelling exhibition (The street is not a playground) of the Deák17 Gallery is on view from November 2021 at the Hungarian Cultural Center in Istanbul.The exhibition tells the story of skateboarding from the late seventies to the present day in…Read more "The street is not a playground travelling exhibiton"
Space-motion-game – Travelling exhibition (Pécs)
The travelling exhibition is the result of the extraordinary cooperation of the painter Tamás Konok and the biologist Tamás Vásárhelyi. Drawing on the concept of Konok’s geometric elements and abstract images formed of fine lines, Vásárhelyi extends these structures into…Read more "Space-motion-game – Travelling exhibition (Pécs)"
Shape your world!
Exhibition by the winners of the creative technology competition
The exhibition showcases the work of young people under the age of 19 who are helping to reshape the world. The annual competition by C3 Foundation seeks ideas, IT solutions to any everyday problem. The exhibition presents the best works…Read more "Shape your world!"
Budapest Street Archæology
Urban art of Budapest in the 21st century
The exhibition – Budapest Street Archæology – catalogs the Hungarian aspects of the international Street Art Movement over the past 20 years. It presents the defining Hungarian artists, projects, tangible reminders and documents of the movement. The goal is for…Read more "Budapest Street Archæology"