Inspired by the vast everyday life RobOtto – a.k.a. Ottó Szabó – decided to take his turn on the topic of masculinity and the connection between humankind and its' machines. The exhibition titled Lumberjack Gym is on view at the heatwave and summer-friendly exhibition space located on a rooftop terrace – ENA Viewing Space.
K-Gold Temporary Gallery presents the anniversary exhibition “How to Fall with Grace”, curated by Nicolas Vamvouklis, on the occasion of its fifth continuous year of activities in Lesvos.
Tamás Waliczky’s first solo exhibition at the Ani Molnár Gallery presents his latest black and white 3D computergraphic series, which shows imaginary photo and movie cameras as well as projectors.
The exhibition “Everyday Witchcraft” examines everyday practices and habits as a significant part of art practice. Perceiving these practices as rituals, it is possible to create (fictitious) narratives and myths about artists’ work process and creativity.
Gallery Weekend Budapest – a contemporary art festival organized by the Association of Hungarian Contemporary Galleries with the support of the Municipality of Budapest and B. Braun – will once again take place this September.
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