Zsuzsa Péreli: Skating on Midsummers

Hungarian art at the Gwangju Biennale

At the Gwangju Biennale starting from 8 October and lasting until 17 November Hungary is a special quest besides Denmark. The Gwangju Biennale is a contemporary art biennale founded in September 1995 in the city of Gwangju in South Korea. The almost 70 pieces of Hungarian artisans and applied artist are presented according to the concept of curator Ernő Szarka. At the opening ceremony Secretary-General of HAA, Tamás Gergely Kucsera and Head of Department, Ágnes Komlóssy were present.  The Hungarian Day is to be on 26 October and on this event HAA is to be represented by Ernő Szarka and chair of section of applied arts and design, István Szenes.
October 11, 2019

Exhibition of HAA in Stuttgart

The unique and large-scale fine art exhibition of HAA, which was opened on 5 July with the title Verstrichene Zeit – Elapsing Time at the Museum of Modern Arts in Passau (Museum Moderner Kunst) travelled to Stuttgart and can be seen at the Hungarian Cultural Institute from 2 October.

October 14, 2019

Exhibition of András M. Novák

With the title, A Catch in Autumn a life-work exhibition of András M. Novák fine artist and regular member of HAA can be seen from 2 October until 10 November at Vigadó, the centre of HAA.

October 14, 2019

Sándor Sára passed away

World-renowned Hungarian cinematographer and director, one of the Artists of the Nation and regular member of HAA, Sándor Sára passed away on 22 September aged 85. He was an iconic figure of Hungarian culture. HAA is regarding his passing away as losing one of its own.

September 25, 2019

Renewed versions of Jankovics's masterpieces

Between 4 and 11 September 2019 the Hungarian National Film Fund organized the 3rd Budapest Classics Film Marathon, during which audiences could watch about a hundred restored classic movies in cinemas in Budapest and at the same time the event offered free open-air screenings in front of St. Stephen's Basilica, where in the presence of star guests and artists viewers could watch on the giant, 21 meter wide screen, among other  recently restored Hungarian and foreign film classics, the fully restored version of Marcell Jankovics's 1981 masterpiece, Son of the White Mare (Fehérlófia).

September 25, 2019
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