The World of Toulouse-Lautrec

Lithographs (1891–1901) in the Museum of Fine Arts

30 April 2014 - 24 August 2014

The exhibition opening in the spring to mark the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) will showcase a rich selection from the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts’ Department of Prints and Drawings.

SPACE as SPACE

Vasarely Museum, 1033 Budapest Szentlélek sq. 6.

12 May 2014.

Levente BÁLVÁNYOS • Barna BENEDEK • Anna Maria BOGNER • Marieta CHIRULESCU •Georgi DIMITROV • Anita EGLE • Doris FEND • Katalin HAÁSZ • Esther HAGENMAIER • István HALMI-HORVÁTH • José HEERKENS • Tamás JOVÁNOVICS • Károly KESERÜ •Ditty KETTING • Zsuzsanna KORODI • Andrea Maria KRENN • Barbara NAGY • Otto REITSPERGER • Anikó ROBITZ • Bertalan VARGA • András WOLSKY

Tamás Konok – The Anatomy of the Digital Brain

29 July 2014.

The dossier exhibition of Tamás Konok to be showcased in one of the first floor halls of the Museum of Fine Arts’ Department of Art after 1800 responds to the ideas of the world famous German art historian, Hans Belting, on the end of art history. Professor Belting, whose works are seminally important both in Hungary and internationally, wrote the catalogue for the exhibition of sculptor György Jovánovics, which constituted the first of the ten dossier exhibitions organised thus far.