The Ékszerek Éjszakája (Art Jewelry Night) grew out to be a one-week program series, expected to be rich in professional events even in spite of the
The members of shoemaker, watchmaker, confectioner and upholsterer dynasties, wafer makers and many other tradesman appear on the shots of photographer Miklós Déri. The entire series is
The works of the thirteen Hungarian illustrators participating on the prestigious 27th Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava are showcased in the framework of an exhibition held between
BPSPC, the street photography collective of Budapest will debut at a rooftop exhibition on August 15. The team of BPSPC established in November last year consists
Escaping the traditional spaces of galleries, the works of the photography graduates of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design will flood the public spaces of Budapest on citylights.
The epidemic intervened, therefore, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design organized this year’s diploma exhibition in the virtual space instead of its newly occupied campus. The
An exhibition always gives a lasting experience, as we can finally see the artworks and relics in the real space that we could only browse in
Even though the all the large design exhibitions and fairs are cancelled this year, we can come across some really fascinating projects in the virtual space.
No, this Design Center is not that Dizájn Center. It has nothing to do with Sándor Fábry or his TV show, but it had a major role in
Geometric marble masks, fragments resembling the silhouettes of Greek statues. Eternality meets with passing, remembrance with oblivion. Meanwhile, everything is laid on the ground, as if
Written by photographer László Sebesytén Budapest. Rome. Siófok. Three locations, one intention. Looking for what is gone – giving body to the non-existent. Marietta Varga (@mattivarga) took
Recently, we can hear and read about South Korea the most in relation to the sweeping success of the movie Parasite at the Oscar gala, but
In the first week of February, Hungarian designers and their works will be featured on many platforms: there will be a roundtable discussion about the relationship
The Hungarian Academy in Rome opens a new exhibition under the name “After Bauhaus” on January 16, 2020. The exhibition presents the works of students created