Never realised buildings in Budapest

On the occasion of Budapest's 150th birthday a large-scale exhibition at Vigadó, the centre of HAA with the title "Never Realised Buildings in Budapest" is offering an intriguing perspective of what the Hungarian capital might have looked like in the period of the past 150 years if history took another course with the help of over 170 thought-provoking plans, maquettes, photos and videos.
November 27, 2023

Exhibition of György Jovián in Nagyvárad

A solo temporary exhibition of the works of painter György Jovián, a regular member of HAA opened on 13 May on the second floor of the Roman Catholic Baroque Episcopal Palace in Nagyvárad (Oradea), in the Patachich Visitor Center, as part of the 31st Festum Varadinum. The exhibition, which can be seen until September, was organized by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Nagyvárad, in partnership with the Consulate General of Hungary in Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca) and with the support of the HAA.

May 22, 2023

Csaba Bereczky's exhibition at Balaton Museum

The lifework exhibition of Csaba Bereczky, woodcarving folk craftsman, corresponding member of HAA, Master of Folk Art is open from 21 April 2023 at Balaton Museum in Keszthely. The exhibition, which can be visited until 10 June, is featuring outdoor works and toys in addition to everyday objects and jewelry.

May 22, 2023

Károly Eperjes and Béla Ternovszky received lifetime achievement awards

The 10th Savaria Film Festival in Szombathely ended with the presentation of the awards, where, among other things, the film entitled Subjugated (Igában) by filmmaker Zsigmond Dezső, a regular member of HAA was awarded. Actor Károly Eperjes and cartoon director Béla Ternovszky, who are both regular members of HAA, received lifetime achievement awards at the gala.

May 22, 2023

Hungarian ceramics in Japan

At the Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu the exhibition entitled Voices in Ceramics: Contemporary Hungarian Ceramic Art is presenting with the organization by the Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, the historical background of Hungarian contemporary ceramics, mainly from the 1980s onwards. From the masters to the emerging artists, visitors can enjoy the diverse "voices" of Hungarian ceramic art until 2 July 2023.

May 22, 2023
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