For 2019, architecture is the focus, with special emphasis on communal force and collective activity, both of which play an increasing role in the creation of architectural space. A whole section will be devoted to the activity of the designers involved in the renowned Miskolc Architectural Workshop (1977-1990).
The exhibition in the apse of the Műcsarnok pays tribute to István Medgyaszay (1877-1959), one of the most important and innovative figures of 20th-century Hungarian architecture.
Exhibition of Tamás Kárpáti at Vigadó
The display of the 70-year-old painter, Tamás Kárpáti, a regular member of HAA, entitled Credo, can be seen from 3 May until 9 July 2019 at Vigadó, the centre of HAA. The exhibiton is comprising of nearly sixty wood panels made in the past three years, ten small plastics cast in bronze and a collection of documents accompanying the lifework of the artist.
Hungarian animation in Stuttgart
The exhibition entitled Hungarian Animation 100 can be seen in Stuttgart at the Hungarian Institute in connection with the 26th International Trickfilm Festival, one of the most outstanding events for animated film worldwide. The exhibition was opened by Secretary-General of HAA, Tamás Gergely Kucsera and a welcome speech was given by József Fülöp, the rector of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) on 2 May 2019. The special display can be visited until 20 May 2019.
Bauhaus 100 with documents and relics of HAA
A grand-scale exhibition opened at Ludwig Museum on the 100-year-old Bauhaus with special documents (letters, books, photos) and relics preserved and retained by the Hungarian Museum of Architecture and Documentation Centre of Monument Protection belonging to HAA and can be seen from 10 April until 25 August 2019.
Author's evening of Erzsébet Szőnyi at Vigadó
The 95-year-old composer, Artist of the Nation and a regular member of HAA, Erzsébet Szőnyi was greeted at an author's evening and concert at Vigadó on 24 April 2019. The artist was praised by György Vashegyi, the President of HAA as well as 96-year-old music historian, László Eősze.