House of Hungarian Music to open gates on January 23

The House of Hungarian Music will open its gates on January 23 in Budapest's City Park, and offer concerts, workshops, music pedagogy sessions and other programmes aimed at reaching new audiences, operative director Marton Horn told a press conference on Friday.

Exhibition at Young Artists Gallery

Mediterranean warmth captured on silk, textiles

Krisztina Pogány knew from an early age that she wanted to be a painter, and her “Dream in Alger“ exhibition at the Young Artists Gallery in District VI’s Hotel Benczúr shows the Mediterranean atmosphere and close-to-nature path down which her creativity led her.

Canvas and Cult exhibition

A tribute to Pál Szinyei Merse and his art

Pál Szinyei Merse (1845-1920) is an outstanding master and pioneer of nineteenth-century Hungarian art, considered to be the first true colourist of the period. From this November 12 to February 13, 2022, visitors to the Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest will be presented with ...

Photos display nation’s attributes

“O Mysterium, O Georgia!”

A photographic exhibition by Hungarian painter and photographer Adam Balogh in celebration of Georgia is on display at the Pesti Vigado until November 21. The opening was hosted by Georgian Ambassador to Hungary Zaal Gogsadze and his embassy staff before a full house on ...

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 ...

Lost Szinyei landscape returns to Hungary after 80 years

A small painting, the Sailing Boat on Lake Starnberg painted in 1867 by Pal Szinyei Merse, has returned to Hungary after 80 years and will be shown at a comprehensive exhibition opening in the Hungarian National Gallery (MNG) on November 12, the gallery said ...