With three European Capitals of Culture this year again rather than the usual two – another “catch-up” after three in 2022 following the disruption of the COVID pandemic – it is Hungary’s own Veszprém-Balaton that will be first off the mark with a Grand Opening on January 21-22.

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The Gallery of Young Artists has opened an exhibition of painter Emese Koltai in the Munkácsy room, Hotel Benczúr, Benczúr utca 35, District VI. Csaba Gömöri greeted guests and curator Péter Bézi of the Gallery of Young Artists opened the exhibition, which was arranged ...

Simon Moricz-Sabjan wins 2022 Capa grand prize

Simon Moricz-Sabjan has been awarded this year's Capa Grand Prize for Permanently Overcast, a photo series on life in Hungary's Great Plain, the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center said on Friday.

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Veszprém-Balaton to shine early with culture

With three European Capitals of Culture this year again rather than the usual two – another “catch-up” after three in 2022 following the disruption of the COVID pandemic – it is Hungary’s own Veszprém-Balaton that will be first off the mark with a Grand ...

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Cézanne exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

‘Fresh approach’ to works of French master

The new exhibition of works by Paul Cézanne at Budapest’s Museum of Fine Arts is the first there to feature the French painter for nine years. The latest display is titled “Cézanne to Malevich. Arcadia to Abstraction”, and it aims to explore the points ...