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Vera Molnar (1924-2023) was a world-famous Hungarian-born French media artist and a pioneer of computer art. Her works can be viewed at the Hungarian Academy in Rome, the Falconieri Palace
The exhibition titled School Computers — The Emergence of Digital Culture in Public Education will be on display from March to 1 May in Túrkeve, at the Pál Vadász Exhibition
The exhibition titled What Does the Cziffra File Conceal? — The Emigrant Pianist: György Cziffra and State Security, open until 14 September at the Historical Archives of the State Security
The display of Csontváry’s Sicilian landscape Full Moon over Taormina, painted in 1901, is considered an art sensation, as the privately-owned painting has not been seen by the wider audience
The periodic graphic design exhibitions were launched in 1978, with the aim to comprehensively present the Hungarian and international development, values, and generations of graphic design styles.
The exhibition, which features Pál Kepenyes’s small sculptures, life-size statues, and large-format photographs of his works, will be open until 9 March at the Aba-Novák Agora Cultural Center.
The exhibition of the two artists, both born in historical Greater Hungary, will be on display for four weeks at the Art and Art History Department of the University of
‘In the past year, reasonable and realistic laws and fair regulations were enacted based on the proposals and requests of the Hungarian hunting community,’ the Deputy Prime Minister stated, who
The Hungarian-born French visual artist, Vera Molnar, passed away in December last year, shortly before her 100th birthday. The exhibition opening this Saturday was planned for this significant occasion, and
The material compiled from emerging artists of the Y generation highlights one of the most defining artistic trends of recent years, the post-digital movement.