Photo Icons at Műcsarnok
The Budapest Photo Festival and Műcsarnok, the institute of HAA is presenting a special selection from the collection of the Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York.
The opening exhibition of Budapest Photo Festival's 5th edition is featuring a detailed picture of the 20th century history of photography with almost 70 photographs by 41 photographers. Anne Morin, the curator of the exhibition, director of diChroma Photography, was led to the New York gallery by her interest in photographic history archives. In her personal selection from the archives of the world-famous gallery, the Hungarian audience can see excellent images of the most significant artists of 20th century photography.
Moholymotion in Annecy
MOME celebrates the 125th anniversary of the birth of its eponym with a unique audiovisual campaign under the title "Light of future". László Moholy-Nagy, the major intellectual and technical innovator and world-famous Hungarian artist was born on July 20 125 years ago. His oeuvre is well-known in a lot of countries of the world, his works are sold for record prices at auctions, and the exhibitions compiled of his artworks has attracted large audiences in the greatest museums of London, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.
"Elapsing Time" came to Vigadó
The unique and large-scale fine art exhibition of HAA – which first opened on 5 July 2019 with the title Verstrichene Zeit – Elapsing Time in the Museum of Modern Arts in Passau (Museum Moderner Kunst), then travelled around Europe – came home to Vigadó, the centre of HAA. The display is in connection with the Hungarian memorial year of the political and economic change 30 years ago, i.e. the end of the Communist era. The academicians of HAA have evoked this historical and dicisive event in the language of art.
PoszTerra - V4 Poster Traveling Exhibition
The international poster exhibition of HAA arranged for the 30th anniversary of the founding of the four Visegrád countries is a selection of the works of the most outstanding poster artists of the Visegrád countries. The exhibition is providing an insight into the history of cultural posters featuring national characteristics through the works of 3-3 Hungarian, Polish, Czech and Slovak artists.