This show displays recent works of Israeli photographer Rafael Yossef Herman. He is best known for his powerful nocturnal photos that look like taken in daylight, creating a timeless reality.
Concerts, exhibitions, and other cool upcoming events in Budapest.
Check out works of leading contemporary Romanian artists. They are a cross section of the most valued art pieces by private collectors in Romania right now. Expect a range of art forms spanning from installations to paintings.
Art+Text Budapest presents a selection of paintings by one of the witnesses of the Budapest underground, Tibor Sóskuti, a.k.a. SOSO, from the period between 1983-1986. The show is part of the gallery's program that aims to rediscover Hungarian painting of the '80s. The works of the artist, who defected to Berlin, are new wave pieces never shown before. Street art from the dreamlike streets of the hellish golden age, the counterculture of the '80s.
Thanks to the comprehensive reconstruction of the Museum of Fine Arts, the Roman Hall, which has been closed for more than 70 years, will reopen to visitors for a sneak peek for two weeks before the museum's official reopening in October 2018.
Judit Lóczi Horváth's ten-year anniversary exhibition presents the latest works of the artist, with a focus on Lóczi Horváth's thematically overlapping paintings and objects. Lóczi Horváth is pushing the boundaries of painting and sculpture, creating a unique visual language that is often a confluence of the two areas, and whose main vocabulary is geometry, dynamics, rhythm and abstraction. Official opening event at 7pm on Thursday.
Rising up from the bed of the River Tyne, a voice that crumbles and soars, that is steeped in age-old balladry and finely-chiselled observations of the mundane, Richard Dawson is a skewed troubadour at once charming and abrasive. Initially a folk-blues guitarist and singer songwriter, Mike Cooper's work has diversified to improvised and electronic music, live music for silent films, radio art and sound installations.
Three boys have gone to the forest to hunt. Just like in a fairy tale. But what are they hunting for if only three of them are present in a sterile space? For each others? For themselves? At all, what kind of forest could we talk about at a place where not only trees but not even grass does grows? Who holds the weapon and who will be the prey at the end?
Hungarian electro-acoustic improviser Gosheven (Bálint Szabó) will be performaing an "awareness session" led by his guitar improvisations inspired by La Monte Young and Indian music. The beautiful and unusual harmonies will be based around the mystical number 7. Afterwards local DJ, The Stanley Maneuver, will put on delicate records infused with field recordings of traditional music and folk music collections.
The main theme of Electrify’s night is the discovery of three different dreamlike atmospheres. Modern day soul crushing ballads of Grouper will get to meet the Belgian ssaliva’s romantic hiperambient chamber music and Carla Under Water’s powerful improvisations.