From the 18th July 2017. Tamás Waliczky’s work will also be on view at the group exhibition entitled Chidren’s Tales? at the iMAL Center in Brussels. The show is curated by Zsolt Kozma, founder of the Reports from badlands project.
Sári Ember’s work will also be on view as part of the Children in Hungarian Fine Art exhibition, at the Vaszary Gallery in Füred. The group show opens on the 24th June 2017, and is curated by Emese Révész and Attila Rum.
István Haász’s work will be on view as well, at the OSAS group exhibition, entitled OSAS COME BACK at the Vasarely Museum. The show opens on the 22nd June, opening speech is by László Beke.
Sári Ember’s work will also be on view at the Abstract Hungary group show, which opens on the 23rd June 2017 in Künstlerhaus, Graz. The exhibition is curated by Sandro Droschl and Áron Fenyvesi, on view until the 7th September 2017.
Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair and Wolfgang Obermair’s site-specific installation is on view at the group exhibition entitled Maieutics in FLUC. The exhibition opens on the 7th June, and is curated by Gerlind Zeilner.
We are pleased to announce that Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair was awarded with the second price of Taxispalais Gallery’s graphic award.
Emese Benczúr’s work will also be on view at the group show, entitled ’ True Copy’ in Budapest Gallery. The exhibition opens on the 13th June 2017 at 6 p.m. Curators: Ágnes Szabics and Zsuzsanna Szegedy-Maszák.
At the group exhibition Autism as metaphor Emese Benczúr’s work will also be on view at the Contemporary Art Institute of Dunaújváros. The show is opened by József Mélyi on the 10th June 2017, at 7 p.m.
Tamás Waliczky’s work will also be on view at the group exhibition , entitled Children’s Tale? at the Brass’ Art Digitaal Café in Brussels. The show is curated by Zsolt Kozma and it opens on the 7th June 2017.
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.
Ottó Vincze’s River-pool installation is exhibited on the Canale della Giudecca in Venice.