Exhibition of Márton Barabás
The Hungarian painter and sculptor, Márton Barabás, a corresponding member of HAA, is exhibiting his sculptures in the inner courtyard of the House of Music (Haus der Musik) in Vienna made from components of historical pianos on the 250th anniversary of the birth of Beethoven. The display is entitled Hommage à Beethoven and can be seen between 10 September 2020 and spring 2021.
Elapsing Time in Rome
The unique and large-scale fine art exhibition of HAA – which first opened on 5 July with the title Verstrichene Zeit – Elapsing Time in the Museum of Modern Arts in Passau (Museum Moderner Kunst), then travelled to Stuttgart in October 2019 and then to Berlin in December 2019– can now be seen in Rome at the Hungarian Academy. The exhibition, which was opened by director Gábor Kudar, cultural rapporteur Sebestyén Terdik as well as curator, art historian and corresponding member of HAA Miklós Sulyok on 10 September, can be seen until 8 October 2020.
Farewell to Judit Reigl
An exclusive farewell of the Kossuth Award winning painter Judit Reigl was held on 10 September in the exhibition hall on the 2nd floor of the Ludwig Museum, where HAA was represented by Secretary General Tamás Gergely Kucsera. Farewell speeches were given by Zoltán Balog, Prime Ministerial Commissioner for social affairs, Reformed pastor, Julia Fabényi, director of Ludwig Museum, Cseatóné Reigl Beatrix and Aaron Hidvégi. Judit Reigl - 78 years of friendship by Katalin Dávid was read out by the author's granddaughter.
Anton Molnár's exhibition at Vigadó Gallery
A unique exhibition of painter Anton Molnár opened on 28 August at Vigadó, the centre of HAA. The exhibition is entitled Everything at the Same Time, because this exhibition is featuring a complex set of artworks. Apart from the artist's favourite topics, his works from his early childhood and his art school study drawings as well as current works, still lives, portraits, street art works and artistic experiments can also be seen.