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Ludwig Museum
Museum of Contemporary Art
“Parallel Avant-garde
Pécs Workshop 1968-1980″
Opening: 13. April 2017 | 6 pm
Guided tour with the curator.
20. April 2017 | 17pm
Exhibition: 14 April – 25 June 2017
Müpa Budapest
Komor Marcell u. 1, Budapest, H-1095
 
 

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Ferenc Ficzek, Untitled (Stool), 1978

AMIR SHARIAT
collaborating with the Ludwig Museum Budapest as a lender of artworks previously shown in our Vienna exhibition “Mama Said Knock You Out – Pécs Workshop 1968-1980”.
The exhibition presents outstanding works created by members
of the Hungarian Neo-Avant-garde artist group Pécsi Műhely
(Pécs Workshop).
 
Parallel Avant-garde – Pécs Workshop 1968–1980
The exhibition presents the artistic activities and draws attention to the significance of a Neo-Avant-garde artist group that used to exist on the periphery of Hungarian art scene. The following artists were members of the artist group: FICZEK Ferenc (1947-1987), HALÁSZ Károly (1946-2016), KISMÁNYOKY Károly (1943), PINCZEHELYI Sándor (1946), SZIJÁRTÓ Kálmán (1946). Until today, only a few publications are available on the history of this artist group. Members of Pécsi Műhely were labouring on renewing local Constructivist and Avant-garde traditions, as well as developing a new visual language and establishing a new visual culture. It was the Bauhaus artistic heritage they relied on as an example in their joint works. Apart from showing the most outstanding works created by members of Pécsi Műhely, the selection also gives particular attention to the display of archival documents, exhibition catalogues, correspondences, collected reflexions; and to presenting cooperation between group members.
 
This exhibition is organised jointly with Budapest Spring Festival.
 http://www.ludwigmuseum.hu/site.php?inc=kiallitas&kiallitasId=1001&menuId=43
ArtBudap
Budapest Art Week
18. – 23. April 2017
Tue – Sun: 10 – 18 pm
 
Budapest Art Week
Ahol a sárga villamos is jár – köztéri szoborséta
Wed, 19. April 2017 | 16 – 18 pm
Móricz Zsigmond körtér, Budapest, 1114
 
 
 
Art Generation | Open Studios
Artists working in the studios: Tibor ANDRISKA,
Gyula MAJOROS and József SZURCSIK
Sunday, 23 April 2017 | 11 – 13H
1138 Budapest, Váci út 152-156. Building 26.
 
Art Quarter Budapest | Open Studios
Open Art Studios Day No. 10
Sunday, 23 April 2017 | 15 – 17 H
Artists working in the studios:
Áron KÚTVÖLGYI-SZABÓ, Balázs ANTAL,
Christa BARTESCH, Lőrinc BORSOS, János BRÜCKNER,
Offlineon: theatre Benjamin GLASS, Tamás Péter HALÁSZ,
Zsófi KERESZTES, Botond KERESZTESI, Erik MÁTRAI,
Ottó SZABÓ, Márton Emil TÓTH, Gábor SZENTELEKI,
Yannick WENDE
1222 Budapest, Nagytétényi út 48-50.
 
 
In this program collective art studios open up their creative spaces where the artists greet and meet visitors personally for a couple of hours. Artists introduce their art works and are free for conversations with those interested.
 
Open Art Studios Day No. 10
In this program collective art studios open up their creative spaces where the artists greet and meet visitors personally for a couple of hours. Artists introduce their art works and are free for conversations with those interested.
 
Art Generation – founded in the beginning of 2014 – is an art workshop and gallery in one of Budapest’s well-known industrial spots, in the former Láng Machine Factory. The founders are: József Szurcsik Munkácsy-prize winning artist, Gyula Majoros sculptor and Blattner prize winning puppet- and stage-designer and Tibor Andriska creative graphic designer. The gallery and art studio -also the permanent material and intellectual creative space of the founders- intends to serve as a welcoming platform for introducing artists, for organizing exhibitions and other cultural events in the future.
 
 
 
Hungarian University of Fine Arts
MKE Barcsay Hall
Fundamenta-Amadeus art scholarship
Opening: Friday 21. April 2017 | 6 pm
Exhibition: Tue – Sun: 10 – 18 pm
1062 Budapest Andrássy út 69-71.
 
Exhibition of Fundamenta-Amadeus art scholarship presents the submitted artworks: paintings and sculptures of the applicants.
 
 
Municipal Picture Gallery
Great moments of the city
Urban genre and street photo
Opening times: Fri – Sun: 10 – 18pm
Exhibition:
1037 Budapest, Kiscelli u.108.
 
 
Great moments of the city
Urban genre and street photo
Budapest’s habitants, their everyday life and their holidays are in the center of the photography exhibition which is divided into two thematic parts. In the historical part of Kiscelli Museum we can learn about the typical genre of people from the beginning of the century, like the porter, the coachman, or the diviner. Furthermore we can discover the daily routines of these people like housing, transport, or commerce. The collection – which presents contemporary photographers’ works, and reflects on the historical images – displays the everyday life of the capital after the political reform, and shows the changing and pulsing rhythm of the city.
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