Déjà vu

The World of the Moulin Rouge in the Museum of Fine Arts

21 June 2014.

TONIGHT ON THE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC EXHIBITION WE CANNOT RECEIVE MORE VISITORS

NIGHT OF MUSEUMS
Saturday, 4.30 pm – 2 am

See the world of Toulouse-Lautrec and fin-de-siècle Paris come to life with its clubs, dances and delights.

TONIGHT ON THE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC  EXHIBITION WE CANNOT RECEIVE MORE VISITORS! (10 pm)


The following exhibitions can be viewed during the Night:
- The World of Toulouse-Lautrec – Lithographs in the Museum of Fine Arts (1891–1901)
30 April – 24 August 2014
- The permanent exhibitions of Egyptian Art, Old Masters’ Paintings (Italian, Spanish, French, British, German, Netherlandish and Dutch art), the Sculpture Collection, the 20th-century and contemporary art

PRACTICAL INFORMATION
– Visit to the Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition: Due to security issues and limited space admission is available only to limited number of persons with admission coupon that can be requested in the Baroque Hall for free between 4 pm – 1 am, as free places are available. Please proceed to the entrance of the exhibition with the coupon as soon as you can, keep the coupon and submit it at the exit of the exhibition, it will be forwarded to those waiting for the visit. Thank you for cooperation.
- Bags: For your convenient visit we suggest to arrive with small bags (max. appr. 25 cm x 35 cm). Big bags, backpacks, items and umbrellas are to be checked at the cloakroom.
- Bikers: Please note that parking place for bikes are available only at the other side of the Heroes’ square, near to Műcsarnok. Please leave the fence of the Museum free.

Entry with Night of Museums wristband between 4.00 pm – 01.00 am.

TICKETS: available in advance online at the webshop of a jegymester.hu at the site of a Museum
Changing online tickets to wristbands: only on 21 June, from 4.00 pm
Wristbands can be purchased directly at the ticket desks of the Museum.
Tickets for adults: HUF 1500
Tickets for children: HUF 600 (6-18 years), under 6 years the entry is free.
No other discounts are valid!

The opening hours of the Museum may vary for reasons of security in the event of exhibition spaces reaching saturation point. In order to ensure the protection of artworks the number of participants in the programmes is limited and visitors will be admitted in order of arrival.
Expected time of last entry (applicable also to visitors with wristbands): 1 am.
We suggest visiting our website when planning your programme to get information on possible changes and limitations.

PROGRAMMES
The Museum reserves the right to change or modify programmes.

6 pm - 6.30 pm Stairs concert of the Budapest Festival Orchestra in front of the Museum of Fine Arts

INVESTIGATION GAME IN THE PERMANENT COLLECTION 6 pm – 11.30 pm
Task sheets can be obtained at the information desk.

BAROQUE HALL
5 pm – 10 pm
-        Board games of French origin with the participation of the Hungarian Association for Board Games
-        Nine Men’s Morris making workshop
-        Moulin Rouge outfit: headdresses and hats made of paper

RENAISSANCE HALL
4.30 pm – 5 pm Wild Beasts in the Orpheum – performance of Babtársulat (for children)
5.30 pm – 6 pm Danse Serpentine Nouveau – evoking the legendary Serpentine dance of Loie Fuller, star of the turn-of-the-century Paris, in the production of the PR Evolution Dance Company
7 pm – 8 pm KREA Catwalk
A new collection of outstanding works can be seen among the masterpieces of the Museum of Fine Arts. Beside the diploma works of the graduating fashion designers and fashion stylists of the KREA Contemporary Art School, the jointly complied collection of third-year fashion designers will also been on view. The pieces on show for the first time, presented in this particular setting will offer a memorable experience.

9 pm – 10 pm Performance of the actors’ band A.K.T.
French chansons “slightly transformed” – performed in their original language and interpreted by two wonderful actresses, the songs are varied with show-like components, offering a real party atmosphere
10 pm – 10.40 pm OTP Dumaszínház – stand-up comedy by Zoltán Kőhalmi (in Hungarian)

11 pm – 11.30 pm Danse Serpentine Nouveau – evoking the legendary Serpentine dance of Loie Fuller, star of the turn-of-the-century Paris, in the production of the PR Evolution Dance Company

11.30 pm – 0.30 am concert by Boglárka Csemer "Boggie" (vocals) and Róbert Sinha (guitar)
Joint performance by two musicians who have been working together since the summer of 2013 – a true musical delicacy from the boundaries of jazz, pop and world music.

Buffet of French delicacies from Remíz restaurant

IONIC COURTYARD
6 pm – 1 am
Parisian wine terrace and boule pitch
The atmospheric inner courtyard offers cool wines, pretzels and cheese scones with exciting boule competitions on two pitches.

DORIC PYRAMID (basement level)
Screening of French films and films with French themes

GUIDED TOURS IN THE PERMANENT COLLECTIONS
Meeting point at the top of the main stairs, in front of the Italian Collection
6.15 pm Sára Jalsoviczky: “French Delicacies” (in Hungarian)
7.15 pm Marija Nyikolajeva: “...When you held me…in Paris, on earth, this earth..." (in Hungarian)
7.30 pm Guided Tour in English
Meeting point at the top of the main stairs, in front of the Italian Collection
7.30 pm Sára Jalsoviczky: “French Delicacies” (in Hungarian)
7.45 pm Angéla Kiss: “The French Connection” (in Hungarian)
8.15 pm Viola Varga: "Femme fatale" (in Hungarian)
8.30 pm Marija Nyikolajeva: “...When you held me…in Paris, on earth, this earth..." (in Hungarian)
8.45 pm Guided Tour in English
Meeting point at the top of the main stairs, in front of the Italian Collection
8.45 pm Zoltán Heidinger (in Hungarian)
9 pm Angéla Kiss: “The French Connection” (in Hungarian)
9.45 pm Viola Varga: "Femme fatale" (in Hungarian)
10.15 pm Zoltán Heidinger (in Hungarian)

Snapshots from the collection (45-minute walks in the permanent collection, guided by the volunteers of the Museum in Hungarian)
6 pm 6.45 pm
7 pm – 7.45 pm
8 pm 8.45 pm

Walks start at the top of the main stairs, in front of the Italian Collection, by the ‘meeting point’ signpost