Tag: Hungary

  • Gábor Pap at Artkartell Projectspace

    Gábor Pap at Artkartell Projectspace

    Artist: Gábor Pap Title: Notebook of escape ideas Curator: Gábor Rieder Venue: Artkartell Projectspace, Budapest Photos: István András Juhász Artkartell projectspace is happy to present the season opening solo exhibition of Gábor Pap: Notebook of escape ideas. As a member of the youngest generation of Hungarian artists, in his collection of extraordinary sincerity Pap mixes…

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  • Gideon Horváth at Glassyard Gallery

    Gideon Horváth at Glassyard Gallery

    Artist: Gideon Horváth Title: Myths of Vulnerability Text: Lívia Páldi Venue: Glassyard Gallery, Budapest ‘That’s your speciality, telling people stories they never imagined – and convincing them it’s reasonable to want to see them come true’ – writes feminist activist writer and filmmaker Virginie Despentes in the foreword to An Apartment on Uranus.The book is…

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  • Asztrid Csatlós at Pécs

    Asztrid Csatlós at Pécs

    Artist: Asztrid Csatlós Title: Nocturnal predators Venue: Művészetek és Irodalom Háza, Pécs I started the Nocturnal Predators series in 2022. The basic concept of the series started from a previous photo documentation, which dealt with the wave of migration that started in 2015. The location is a dirt road near my place of residence. This…

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  • Dávid Bíró at Trapéz

    Dávid Bíró at Trapéz

    Artist: Dávid Bíró Title: Do You Accept Cookies? Venue: Trapéz Gallery, Budapest Text: Vanda Sárai Photo: Dávid Bíró 9 June – 18 September, 2020 There are only a few things, which we can consider so exclusively our own as our faces. One of the most basic elements of our identity is our most intimate, yet…

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  • Małgorzata Szymankiewicz and Márton Nemes at Erika Deák Gallery

    Małgorzata Szymankiewicz and Márton Nemes at Erika Deák Gallery

    Title: Falling out the rythm Venue: Erika Deák Gallery, Budapest 2019. 09. 05. – 10. 19. Photo: Dávid Bíró Erika Deák Gallery is delighted to announce its season opening exhibition, a collaboration with BWA Warsawa Gallery, where we will present the most recent works of Hungarian Márton Nemes and Polish Małgorzata Szymankiewicz.   Both artists deal…

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  • George Crîngaşu at Horizont Gallery

    George Crîngaşu at Horizont Gallery

    Title: Devonian LeapVenue: Horizont, Budapest The future was modern archaic, contemporary is a myth and like all great myths it bares the test of time through moral consequence. The creative stance took a full bite of hard reset and reverted itself to a past instance.  ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// For this we go back…. Way back, in the…

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  • Easttopics Artist in Residence | Milica Mijajlović (SRB/CZ)

    Easttopics Artist in Residence | Milica Mijajlović (SRB/CZ)

    Title: How am I to protect my wax-built castles of love from the devouring heat of your fires? Venue: Easttopics, Budapest, Hungary Photo: Dávid Atóth 2019.09.05. – 2019.10.12. Easttopics is proud to present Milica Mijajlović’s first solo exhibition in Hungary as a result of the young artist’s residency in Budapest. Featuring her most recent paintings…

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  • Fables From The Ship Of Fools

    Fables From The Ship Of Fools

    Artist: Ádám Ulbert Venue: Artkartell The Artkartell projectspace gladly presents the new solo exhibition by Adam Ulbert, with his latest series titled Fables From The Ship Of Fools. The Amsterdam based Hungarian artist re-tells stories that usually comes both from the field of mythology and natural sciences. He narrates and forms them with his particular…

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  • Gideon Horváth | I Put My Hand Into a Beehive

    Gideon Horváth | I Put My Hand Into a Beehive

    Curator: Flóra GADÓ Budapest Gallery Graphic design: Flóra PÁLHEGYI In his current exhibition Gideon Horváth, winner of Balkon Contemporary Art Magazine’s fifth Inside Express Award, continues his research on the ecological crisis. The artist’s answer to the various apocalyptic narratives is to focus on the here and the now. He argues, that in order to…

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  • Easttopics

    ABOUT THE PROJECT Easttopics is a non-profit initiative launched in 2013, led by young art professionals based in Hungary and Serbia and dedicated to the promotion of the Eastern European contemporary art field. Working as a think tank for the Eastern European art communities, Easttopics is a genuinely interdisciplinary cooperative which goal is to draw…

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