The World of Toulouse-Lautrec
30 April 2014 - 25 August 2014
Presentation of the Esterhazy Madonna's Restoration
by András Fáy (translated by András Heitler)
The revamped Egyptian permanent exhibition has been opened
13 December 2013
THE NEW PERMANENT EXHIBITION OF THE SCULPTURE COLLECTION HAS BEEN OPENED
19. december 2013
5 February 2014 - 27 April 2014
THE OPEN STRUCTURES ART SOCIETY (OSAS) and the VASARELY MUSEUM (MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BUDAPEST) has the pleasure of inviting you to the opening of the international exhibition
14 February 2014 - 15 May 2014
Victor Vasarely’s early drawings and graphic designs in the Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts – Vasarely Museum It was towards the end of the 1950s that Victor Vasarely decided to take a stand against the political prejudices of the times, convince the Hungarian devotees of socialist realism, and organize an exhibition in Hungary that would represent the progressivism of the new geometric abstract art of the period.
6 March 2014
“Cut the clatter, cut natter, need no funky nor the punk, all we need is undergrund” walks in the collectionGUEST GUIDES NIKONONE, street artist, and ZOLTÁN HEGYI, journalist and lead singer of the band Sexepil LIVE MUSEUMCAFÉ From street to museum – the “institutionalizing” of street art REMAKEworks Slam Poetry evening Workshop Graffiti on the wall of the Museum? – Street art techniques in the museum WINE TASTINGUnderground wines by winelovers PÁLINKA TASTINGSchiszler Pálinka BUFFET Remíz Café and Beer HouseTEAHOUSE with Big Ben
16 February 2014
15 July 2013.
The Museum of Fine Arts has issued an open competition for the location of the Museum Quarter buildings planned for the City Park and the restructuring of the environs attendant to this. The deadline for the submission of tenders is the beginning of September and the results will be announced on 3 October. The competition with a total prize money of 15 million forints forms part of the Liget Budapest project to renew the City Park complex.
A new permanent exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts
10 June 2013.
On 28 June a large-scale exhibition will open at the Hungarian National Gallery titled Impressionist and Post-impressionist Masterpieces by MONET, GAUGUIN, SZINYEI MERSE, RIPPL-RÓNAI from the Collections of The Israel Museum Jerusalem, the Hungarian National Gallery and the Museum of Fine Arts, which promises to be one of this year’s sensational shows. The material selected from Impressionist and Post-impressionist masterpieces of The Israel Museum Jerusalem will be augmented with works by Hungarian masters, as well as with the best pieces of the Museum of Fine Arts’ collection of Modern French painting. Putting the ten most sought after masterpieces of the Museum of Fine Arts (for example paintings by Monet, Boudin, Gauguin, Bonnard, Denis) up for loan to other museums provides us with the opportunity to substitute pictures that have been removed from the permanent exhibition with works that in the past received an undeservedly lesser role.