The Wende Museum and the Getty Research Institute (GRI) are combining their rich and complementary Hungarian collections to convey the story of Hungary’s visual culture between the 1956 uprising in Budapest and the end of the regime in 1989. In the exibithion you could see Péter Forgacs’s artworks as well.
Marge Monko has won the competition organized by Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center and Associação Cultural Videobrasil, as a result she is invited to participate at the residency in São Paulo for two month in 2018.
In 2018 again Ani Molnár Gallery was also part of Budapest Photo Festival, which took place between the 28th February and the 20th April 2018 with the solo exhibitions of Dénes Farkas, entitled Darkness visible and Marge Monko, entitled Women of the World Raise Your Right Hand.
Ani Molnár Gallery was part of Budapest Art Weeks this year as well with Marge Monko’s solo exhibition, entitled Women of the World Raise Your Right Hand. The event was between the 17th and 22nd April.
Ani Molnár Gallery in 2018 participates again at the international contemporary art fair ArtBrussels, in Brussels. The exhibited artists was Sári Ember, Radenko Milak & Roman Uranjek
István Haász’s and Emese Benczúr’s work was also on view at the art quarter budapest exhibition space as part of the “Let there be light” group exhibition. The show was open until the 21st January.
István Haász also exhibitied at the group exhibition of Kunstraum Roy, the show opened on the 3rd December 2017, in Kunnersdorf, Germany.
István Haász’s work is also exhibited as a part of the group show, entitled Found Geometry in the Vasarely Múzeum. The show has opened on the 22nd November 2017 and was open until the 1st March 2018.
Curated by Levente Bálványos, Barna Benedek, István Haász, Dóra Maurer. Introduction by József Mélyi.
Sandor Pinczehelyi’s and Sari Ember’s exhibiton in relation to Klara Herczeg-prize has opened on the 23th of January 2018 at the Labor Bp. The artists were awarded the senior and junior prize.
Marge Monko’s solo show, entitled Stones Against Diamonds, Diamonds Against Stones has opened on the 11th January 2018 at the Tallinn City Gallery. The show was curated by Evelien Bracke.
Tamas Waliczky’s work will also be part of the group exhibition entitled ’The Formula of the Present – Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants’ in New Budapest Gallery. The show opens on the 2nd December at 5 p.m.
Sári Ember’s installation, which was shown at Ani Molnár Gallery’s booth received the Campari Award for young artists at Artissima in Turin. Next year the artist can participate with a solo show at the Campari Museum, Milan.
Between 3-5 November 2017 Ani Molnár Gallery participated at Artissima in Torino. Exhibited artists: Sári Ember, Dénes Farkas, Tamás Waliczky.
Marge Monko’s work was also on view as part of the group show entitled It Won’t Be Long Now, Comrades! The exhibition opened on the 14th Septermber 2017. at Framer Framed and curated by Katia Krupennikova and Inga Lāce.
Art Market Budapest
Between 12-15 October 2017 Ani Molnár Gallery participated at Art Market Budapest. Exhibited artists: Ernszt András, Forgács Péter, Haász István, Mátyási Péter, Mayer Éva, Somody Péter, Waliczky Tamás.
Between 21-24 September 2017 Ani Molnár Gallery participated at viennacontemporary. Exhibited artists: Sári Ember, István Haász, Péter Somody, Ottó Vincze
From the 13th September 2017. Alan Sonfist’s Island of Paradise floating project was on view in the Parco dei Renai di Signa, Florence.
The International Artcamp of Somorja was held between the 11th and 20th August 2017. Éva Mayer’s work, who was the organizer and curator of the event also exhibited at the closing show, opened on the 29th August.
From the 18th July 2017. Tamás Waliczky’s work was also on view at the group exhibition entitled Chidren’s Tales? at the iMAL Center in Brussels. The show was curated by Zsolt Kozma, founder of the Reports from badlands project.
Sári Ember’s work was also on view as part of the Children in Hungarian Fine Art exhibition, at the Vaszary Gallery in Füred. The group show opened on the 24th June 2017, and was curated by Emese Révész and Attila Rum.
István Haász’s work was on view as well, at the OSAS group exhibition, entitled OSAS COME BACK at the Vasarely Museum. The show opened on the 22nd June, opening speech was by László Beke.
Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair and Wolfgang Obermair’s site-specific installation was on view at the group exhibition entitled Maieutics in FLUC. The exhibition opened on the 7th June, and was curated by Gerlind Zeilner.
Ottó Vincze’s River-pool installation was exhibited on the Canale della Giudecca in Venice.
Sári Ember’s work was also on view at the Abstract Hungary group show, which opened on the 23rd June 2017 in Künstlerhaus, Graz. The exhibition was curated by Sandro Droschl and Áron Fenyvesi, on view until the 7th September 2017.
We are pleased to announce that Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair was awarded with the second price of Taxispalais Gallery’s graphic award.
At the group exhibition Autism as metaphor Emese Benczúr’s work was also on view at the Contemporary Art Institute of Dunaújváros. The show was opened by József Mélyi on the 10th June 2017, at 7 p.m.
Emese Benczúr’s work was also on view at the group show, entitled ’ True Copy’ in Budapest Gallery. The exhibition opened on the 13th June 2017 at 6 p.m. Curators: Ágnes Szabics and Zsuzsanna Szegedy-Maszák.
Tamás Waliczky’s work was also on view at the group exhibition, entitled Children’s Tale? at the Brass’ Art Digitaal Café in Brussels. The show was curated by Zsolt Kozma and it opened on the 7th June 2017.
Supported by Ani Molnár Gallery, CHANGE-CHANGE presented Belgian artist Kato Six’s first exhibition in Budapest. The exhibition was open between the 5th May and the 27th May 2017 in Eleven Blokk.
Sári Ember’s works were also on view at the Istax group exhibition at Deák Erika Galéria. The exhibition opened on the 30th march 2017 at 6 p.m. and was on view until the 29th April 2017.
Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair’s work will be on show at the Silly Symphony group exhibition, which opens on the 31st March 2017. at hoast. The show is open until the 6th April 2017.
Péter Forgács’s Danube Exodus artwork will be on view as part of the “Save as …” – What will remain of new media art? group show in Ludwig Museum, Budapest. The show is curated by: Béla Tamás Kónya and Miklós Peternák.
Otto Vincze’s work will also be on view at the dolce geo group show in Art + Text Gallery. Curated by Gábor Rieder.
Emese Benczúr is also participating at the group show, titled ‘tog_ther!’ at the Kunstpavillon in Munich. The exhibition is on view between the 8th and 12th March 2017.
Marge Monko and Katrin Kamrau’s collaborative project, titled Gevaert As Image opens on the 15th January at the FOMU Antwerp. The project is part of Braakland which is an open festival that celebrates the diversity of photography and prioritizes the dialogue between artists and the public. The exhibition will be on view until the 28th January.
Szilárd Cseke’s artwork also can be seen at the Oltre Rome group exhibition, which opens on 25th November 2016. The exhibition is on view in the Galleria dell’ Accademia d’Ungheria in Rome until 13th January 2017.
Éva Mayer’s work will be shown at the Imprinting group exhibition from the 16th November 2016 until the 15th Januray 2017 at MODEM in Debrecen.
Péter Forgács’s films will be on screen at the Absolute Time or Materialization of Cinematic Body, which starts on the 30th November, 2016 at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea in Seoul. The screenings, which are the third part of the on-going project Reconstruction of Story, run until the 8th January, 2017.
Szilárd Cseke’s solo exhibition, titled Gone Too Far opens on 18th October 2016 at Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida, USA.
The exhibition is on view: October 18 2016 – January 8, 2017
Péter Mátyási won the Grand Prize of the Graphic Triennal of Salgótarján on November the 19th, 2016