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

András Sütő died ten years ago

One of the greatest Hungarian and Transylvanian writers, András Sütő, posthumous honorary member of MMA died on 30 September 2006. The Section of Art Theory of MMA held a memorial meeting with the title Icebreaker Writers, on which participants payed homage to András Sütő and Áron Tamási, another great Hungarian and Transylvanian writer.

October 10, 2016

Altar of 1956 - exhibition of Gábor Véssey

In the Knights' Hall of St. Stephen's Basilica in Budapest the exhibition of painter and member of MMA Gábor Véssey can be seen until 31 October. The display is connected to the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, to the Week of Sacred Arts and to the events of the Day of Hungarian Painting.

October 10, 2016

Hungarian applied and fine artists in Rome

Two group exhibitions of Hungarian applied and fine artists, including member of MMA, has been opened at the Hungarian Academy (Accademia d'Ungheria) in Rome with the titles From Silver to Iron and Hyperrealists. The MMA members participating are the following: Katalin Katona, József Kótai, Géza Laczák and György Jovián.

October 6, 2016

Imre Makovecz's lifework in Moscow

A lifework exhibition of world-famous Hungarian architect, Imre Makovecz, founder and eternal honorary president of MMA has been opened in the Schusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow with the title "Connecting the Sky with the Earth" and organized by the Hungarian Embassy in Moscow as well as MMA. The grand-scale display can be seen until 8 November.

October 6, 2016
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