The event also hosts an online charity auction, with proceeds this year benefiting the Opera House Ballet Students Foundation.
The artists are recipients of over thirty significant domestic and international awards, with more than forty of their works currently exhibited in the most prestigious Hungarian, European, and overseas public collections.
According to the organisers’ statement, the 24th Madame Tussauds production in the world brings 51 lifelike figures and their corresponding installations to the audience. The attraction features 17 Hungarian celebrities created exclusively for the Budapest production in Madame Tussauds’ workshop near London.
‘If the European Union views China as a rival, it will lose out. It has become evident in recent years that China has a competitive advantage in many areas of the economy,’ the minister declared. He emphasised that if the EU wants to benefit from its relationship with China, it should focus on cooperation based on mutual trust, respect, and benefits rather than rivalry.
During the opening ceremony of the exhibition on Monday evening, the director-general of PIM pointed out that an inheritance from a legacy only becomes heritage if it is exhibited in a museum. Szilárd Demeter highlighted the uniqueness of the commemorative exhibition.
The pièce de résistance of this year’s Virág Judit Gallery auction will be a large oil canvas by Hungarian French abstract painter Simon Hantaï, with a starting price of 32 million forints.
High-quality espresso, filter coffee, and various milk-based drinks are made from coffee beans sourced from outstanding quality plantations at the event’s stands. For those who want to purchase coffee for home use, an increasing number of exhibitors offer premium coffee capsules, and several Hungarian coffee roasters will be present with special, limited premier coffees.
The best days of the period between the two world wars are evoked by Art Deco Budapest, a new exhibition in the Hungarian National Gallery.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest presents a new, exciting exhibition of the enigmatic works of the renowned Dutch painter of the late Middle Ages. This is one the most significant Bosch exhibitions worldwide in the last fifty years.
The Hungarian National Museum and the Galerija Klovićevi Dvori of Zagreb jointly present the cultural and historical relations between Croatia and Hungary via a temporary exhibition.