Lifework exhibition of István Vidák

Folk artist and member of MMA, István Vidák, who is going to be 70 years old in September, is having a lifework exhibition at Vigadó. The exhibition entitled Travelling in Noah's Ark and organized by MMA's Section of Folk Art expresses the very nature of his work, since he has handed down traditions to the next generations as well as renewed and revived such traditions. His lifework is based on three pillars: research, creation and inheritance.
August 15, 2017

International poster festival in Budapest

More than 350 posters made by Hungarian and foreign artists can be seen at the Lágymányos Campus of ELTE (Eötvös Loránd University) from 4 until 25 November. The theme of the exhibition is the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, since this year is the 60th anniversary of the uprising. 

November 25, 2016

The First Golden Age – 120th anniversary of Műcsarnok

The institution of MMA, Műcsarnok (Kunsthalle) in Budapest is celebrating the 120th anniversary of its opening this year. The establishment of Műcsarnok coincided with the flourishing of the Monarchy and Hungary. The exhibition entitled The First Golden Age is presenting a selection of masterpieces from the period. The display supported by MMA.

November 24, 2016

Remembrance of 1956

An exhibition displaying artworks in commemoration of the Revolution of 1956 created by those regular members, corresponding members and non-academic members of MMA who specialize on the visual fields of art opened on 19 October and can be seen until 8 January 2017 in the exhibition spaces of the 6th floor of Vigadó.

November 8, 2016

Leadership of CNAA at MMA

The leadership of the Chinese National Academy of Arts visited MMA on 19 October. From the part of MMA the President, György Fekete, the Secretary-General, Tamás Gergely Kucsera and the member of the presidium were present at the long discussion at the centre of MMA, the Vigadó. From the part of the CNAA the Vice-President, professor Tang Ping and the directors of the institution were present.

November 8, 2016
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