Budapest to aid ailing independent theatres

The city of Budapest will set up a programme to support independent and private theatres in Budapest facing difficulties due to "interrupted state subsidies", the mayor's office told MTI on Thursday.

Fine Arts Museum to open Matisse show today

The Budapest Museum of Fine Arts is opening its first large-scale exhibition of the works of Henri Matisse on Thursday, showing over 150 works encompassing the artist's 60-year career, organisers told a press conference on Wednesday. The show runs until Oct. 16.

Indian motifs in paintings

Indian painter Raj Sarma, a graphic designer for computers who has lived in Budapest for a year, has an exhibiton of his work at the Gallery of Young Artists in Hotel Benczúr in District VI until July 1.

Twenty-three contemporary painters at group exhibition KIÚT/The Way Out

What is it like when the world turns around?

We may have faced this situation two years ago at the start of the pandemic, and while we are confident we are now over it, we are still facing further challenges.

Museum of Fine Arts opens revamped Baroque Hall

Budapest's Museum of Fine Arts is opening its 800sqm Baroque Hall to the public after a comprehensive reconstruction, making the Baroque, Renassaince and Romanesque Halls simultaneously available to the public after almost 80 years, the museum said.

Pecs to celebrate Vasarely with festival

A festival celebrating renowned op art painter and sculptor Victor Vasarely will be held in Pecs, his home town, on May 27-28, the organiser said on Monday.

New York to host second Hungarian contemporary arts festival

The Hungary L!ve contemporary arts festival will be held in New York for the second time between May 23 and 29, featuring theatre performances, concerts, workshops and panel discussions, the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) said on Tuesday.