The new board is take office on 5 November

On 7 September 2020 HAA held its general assembly at its headquarters in Vigadó, where the public body awards were handed over and the composition of the new presidency, which will take effect on 5 November, was decided by academicians and members of the general assembly. György Vashegyi remained the President of HAA and Marcell Jankovics was elected Honorary President.
A vice-president and a member of the board were elected at the reconvened general assembly of HAA on 7 October in Vigadó, the centre of HAA. Ballet artist János Kiss was elected as vice-president, poet and historian István Kovács was elected as a new member of the board. Gábor Lajta, a painter, graphic artist and art writer, became a member of the Supervisory Board.
September 14, 2020

MMA conference on Amrita Sher-Gil

Hungarian Academy of Arts (MMA) held an international conference on Amrita Sher-Gil, the Hungarian born Indian painter and on the Indian-Hungarian artistic connections at the Károlyi–Csekonics Residence in Budapest on 4-5 November. The main patron of the event was Zoltán Balog, the minister for human resources.

Here you can find our report on the conference.

October 29, 2013

Hungarian exhibition series in India

In the course of the UNESCO declared international year of the Hungarian-born Indian painter Amrita Sher-Gil, an artist who created a link between European and Asian culture a three part exhibition series has been launched with the aim of presenting the works of contemporary Hungarian fine artists.

October 21, 2013

Aknay and the Icon

In every September there is a programme of the fine arts called Ars Sacra Festival, and 18 October is the Day of Hungarian Painting. On the occasion of these a lovely, bilingual (Hungarian/English) book has been come out about the paintings of MMA member János Aknay.

October 18, 2013

House of the Year Award 2013

This year the prestigious award, the House of the Year for the best house among family houses and smaller buildings went to the work of Tamás Dévényi, a house located in Sóskút near Budapest.

October 10, 2013
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