Bucharest Graphic Days

Group exhibition of HAA's graphic artists in Bucharest

A group exhibition of HAA's graphic artists opened in the exhibition halls of the Liszt Institute - Hungarian Cultural Center in Bucharest as part of the 2nd Bucharest Graphic Days. Ernő Sára, Chair of Section of Industrial and Design Arts of HAA compiled a representative selection of the works of eleven Hungarian graphic artists who are internationally known and appreciated.
The exhibiting artists are: Pál Antal, József Árendás, István Bakos, Ferenc Baráth, Tamás Felsmann, Beáta Hauser, Dóra Keresztes, István Kulinyi, István Orosz, Ernő Sára and András Szunyoghy.
The exhibition was opened by Ciprian N. Isac, visual artist and main organizer of Bucharest Graphic Days as well as institute director László András Kósa. The former praised the significant contribution of the institute to the success of Bucharest Graphic Days in a short time and the professional cooperation, as well as expressed his intention for close cooperation in the future. He called the institute a defining location not only because of the current exhibition, but also because of its year-round activity.
All EU countries were represented at the event at ambassadorial level, and the directors of EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture) member organizations and the heads of the most important cultural institutions in Romania were also present.
Graphic artist Ernő Sára, Chair of Section of Applied Arts and Design of HAA as well as Márton Strohner, Chair of Section of International and Regional Affairs of HAA participated in the installation of the exhibition. Márton Strohner also participated in a professional meeting within the framework of Bucharest Graphic Days and visited the exhibitions held within the framework of the festival. During the Bucharest Graphic Days between 20 October and 17 November eight exhibitions can be viewed, and those interested can participate in several workshops and artist talks. In addition to the works of Romanian and Hungarian visual artists the works of graphic artists from the Czech Republic, Serbia, Poland, the Netherlands and Germany are on display as part of the festival held for the second time.
November 1, 2023