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Budapest Art Week 
Photographer: Réka Hegyháti
Budapest Art Week
Budapest galleries and museums
15th April, 2020 10.00 am

#cancelled

Ticket prices

2500 Ft | 4000 Ft | 6000 Ft

Day ticket: Ft 2000
6-day pass: Ft 6000
Student pass: Ft 4000
Senior pass: Ft 4000
Highlighted event: Sounds Good! – Music, noise, image and light in contemporary visual art | Ybl Buda Creative House

11 am | Óbuda Museum
Bán-Lazetzky – A Family of Artists from Óbuda
Guided tour with the curator

12 am | Faur Zsófi Gallery / Három Hét Gallery / MŰTŐ
Swirling Visions
Gallery tour

1 pm | Vasarely Museum
Chasing Illusions
Interactive guided tour and workshop

3 pm | Association of Hungarian Architects / 2B Gallery / Trafó Gallery
My Dear Enemy!
Gallery tour

15.00 | Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art
Slow Life
Guided tour

3 pm | Hungarian National Gallery
Mental Fitness 55+
Thematic tour of the exhibition space

3 pm | Hungarian National Gallery
PALETTE
Art club for children

3 pm | Museum of Fine Arts
The Painter of Mystical Ecstasy: The Art of El Greco
Guided tour of the exhibition, European Art 1250–1600

4 pm | Műcsarnok
Derkó 2020
Guided tour with curator Réka Fazakas

5 pm | Goldberger Collection of Textile Industry
The Legacy of the Goldbergers
Thematic guided tour

6 pm | Mai Manó House
Coco CHANEL – Myth and Elegance / A night with Marilyn Monroe
A guided tour with Dóra Tomcsányi

6 pm | ART+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema – Ruben Brandt, Collector (director: Milorad Krstić, 2018)

6 pm | Villa Lívia
Márton Gerber: Meaningful Noise
Exhibition opening

6 pm | György Ráth Villa
Cycle: Dechem Studio
Exhibition opening

6 pm | B32 Gallery Studio
Of Necessary Surrenders
Exhibition opening and musical performance

6.30 pm | Várfok Project Room
Hélène Muheim: Layers of Memory
Exhibition opening

7 pm | Várfok Gallery
László Mulasics: Dogs, Deer and Griffons
Exhibition opening

7 pm | Hegyvidék Galéria
Áron Majoros: Effect

Welcoming visitors for six days, the Budapest Art Week seeks to collect and represent the city’s colourful, varied art scene. As it allows visitors to get close to visual art, you will realize that you can not only understand the works, but feel them as well.
For the first time, the rich programme of 2020 also includes music and cinema. For a fine art-related movie on this day, come and see an animated film with an extremely original vision, Ruben Brandt, Collector. At the guided tour of Mai Manó House, Dóra Tomcsányi sheds some light on the legend and charm of two celebrated women, Coco Chanel and Marilyn Monroe.

This event of the Budapest Spring Festival is jointly presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre and Budapest Art Week.

Budapest galleries and museums
Budapest,

Budapest Art Week

Budapest Art Week 
Photographer: Réka Hegyháti
Highlighted event: Sounds Good! – Music, noise, image and light in contemporary visual art | Ybl Buda Creative House

11 am | Óbuda Museum
Bán-Lazetzky – A Family of Artists from Óbuda
Guided tour with the curator

12 am | Faur Zsófi Gallery / Három Hét Gallery / MŰTŐ
Swirling Visions
Gallery tour

1 pm | Vasarely Museum
Chasing Illusions
Interactive guided tour and workshop

3 pm | Association of Hungarian Architects / 2B Gallery / Trafó Gallery
My Dear Enemy!
Gallery tour

15.00 | Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art
Slow Life
Guided tour

3 pm | Hungarian National Gallery
Mental Fitness 55+
Thematic tour of the exhibition space

3 pm | Hungarian National Gallery
PALETTE
Art club for children

3 pm | Museum of Fine Arts
The Painter of Mystical Ecstasy: The Art of El Greco
Guided tour of the exhibition, European Art 1250–1600

4 pm | Műcsarnok
Derkó 2020
Guided tour with curator Réka Fazakas

5 pm | Goldberger Collection of Textile Industry
The Legacy of the Goldbergers
Thematic guided tour

6 pm | Mai Manó House
Coco CHANEL – Myth and Elegance / A night with Marilyn Monroe
A guided tour with Dóra Tomcsányi

6 pm | ART+ Cinema
Art Week Cinema – Ruben Brandt, Collector (director: Milorad Krstić, 2018)

6 pm | Villa Lívia
Márton Gerber: Meaningful Noise
Exhibition opening

6 pm | György Ráth Villa
Cycle: Dechem Studio
Exhibition opening

6 pm | B32 Gallery Studio
Of Necessary Surrenders
Exhibition opening and musical performance

6.30 pm | Várfok Project Room
Hélène Muheim: Layers of Memory
Exhibition opening

7 pm | Várfok Gallery
László Mulasics: Dogs, Deer and Griffons
Exhibition opening

7 pm | Hegyvidék Galéria
Áron Majoros: Effect

Welcoming visitors for six days, the Budapest Art Week seeks to collect and represent the city’s colourful, varied art scene. As it allows visitors to get close to visual art, you will realize that you can not only understand the works, but feel them as well.
For the first time, the rich programme of 2020 also includes music and cinema. For a fine art-related movie on this day, come and see an animated film with an extremely original vision, Ruben Brandt, Collector. At the guided tour of Mai Manó House, Dóra Tomcsányi sheds some light on the legend and charm of two celebrated women, Coco Chanel and Marilyn Monroe.

This event of the Budapest Spring Festival is jointly presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre and Budapest Art Week.

Budapest galleries and museums
15th April, 2020 10.00 am

#cancelled

Ticket prices

2500 Ft | 4000 Ft | 6000 Ft

Day ticket: Ft 2000
6-day pass: Ft 6000
Student pass: Ft 4000
Senior pass: Ft 4000
Budapest galleries and museums
Budapest,

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