The Hungarian Academy of Art is presenting itself with a grand-scale exhibition in Beijing at the Today Art Museum. The display, which consists of works of fine, applied, design and folk arts is lasting from 14 May until 10 June 2018. A year ago we received the painting and calligraphy exhibition of our brother institution, the Chinese National Academy of (CNAA) at Vigadó, the centre of HAA. Fulfilling the invitation of the Chinese partner, the Hungarian art scene can be seen in the well-known contemporary exhibition venure of the capital, and the exhibition of HAA is a selection of major works of recent years.
National Salon 2017 opened
Having opened on 22 April 2017, the new exhibition of the National Salon series organized by MMA and its institution, Műcsarnok (Kunsthalle) and entitled All Around Us is offering an overview of design and applied art of the past decade in eight significant fields.
The exhibition can be seen until 13 August.
Hungary and China - a cultural cooperation
MMA signed an agreement on cultural cooperation with the Chinese National Academy of Arts (CNAA) on 11 April in the centre of MMA, the Vigadó (the document was signed by Tan Ping, the Vice-President of CNAA and by György Fekete, President of MMA), and one day before that a unique exhibition of Chinese painting and calligraphy opened in Vigadó Gallery entitled From the East... and on 11 April a half-day conference took place on Chinese art as well as the relationship of Chinese and Hungarian culture with the title Contacts.
From the East…
THE PAINTING AND CALLIGRAPHY EXHIBITION OF THE CHINESE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ARTS
The exhibition is arriving to Budapest with the title From the East…, and it can be seen between 12 April and 31 May 2017 in the centre of MMA, the Vigadó. In connection with the display MMA and CNNA is holding a conference on 11 April 2017 from 10:30 with the title Contacts… in Vigadó.
Lifework on posters
The exhibition of graphic artist and member of MMA, József Árendás was opened in Hegyvidék Gallery in the 12th district of Budapest on 9 March. The title of the display, which can be seen until 14 April, is Lifework on Posters.