Time Landscape. Alan Sonfist and the Birth of Land Art.

18 December 2014 - 5 February 2015

The American artist Alan Sonfist was one of the first practitioners of the movement known as earth art, land art or environmental art, and is one of its best known exponents. The work he made in Manhattan, in the heart of New York City, titled Time Landscape, not only sealed Sonfist’s fame, but is also regarded as the first work of land art in a public space. This emblematic work celebrates its fiftieth birthday in 2015. The exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest is the first to commemorate this momentous anniversary.

Immendorff. Long Live Painting!

9 November 2014 - 15 February 2015

The exhibition titled Immendorff. Long Live Painting! is the second in a series on “Classic Contemporary German” painters at the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, following on from the Günther Uecker exhibition, Material Becomes Picture, in 2012. These shows, to be held every two years, are intended to familiarise the Hungarian public with some of the most emblematic – and now world-famous – individuals who represented the major phenomena and trends in post-war (West) German art movements.

Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age

31 October 2014 - 15 February 2015

Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age, a large-scale exhibition to run in the Museum of Fine Arts from 31 October surveys the period of 17th-century Dutch art, one of the golden ages of European culture. The exhibition is built around Rembrandt, the greatest master of the period, by whom 20 masterpieces will be on display. The exhibition will showcase over 170 works by some 100 painters, of which 40 originate from the Museum of Fine Arts’ rich Dutch collection and 130 paintings will be contributed by private and public collections, with the most important loaning institutions including the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the National Museum in Stockholm, the Louvre in Paris, the National Gallery in London, the Getty Museum in Los Angeles , the Metropolitan in New York, the Uffizi in Florence and the Prado in Madrid. A further sensation of the exhibition is that in addition to the significant number of works by Rembrandt – including the painting known as his earliest and his last self-portrait – visitors can also view three works by Vermeer.

Cangiante colouring in Ilona Keserü Ilona’s new paintings

25 September 2014 - 14 December 2014

"Since 2001 I have explored the potential of colour shifting effects primarily in my painting, as well as in a historical context, examining it from the perspective of physical and optical laws and phenomena, and observing it in the collections of the great museums of Europe."

Tamás Konok – The Anatomy of the Digital Brain

26 June 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.

HANS JÖRG GLATTFELDER: That is the case too

24 May 2014 - 28 September 2014

Conceived in direct reference to the exhibition Daniel Bisig’s ’Pallarel’ installational video work The title of the exhibition (Was auch der Fall ist) comes from the second half of the first proposition in Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus,, broadening its meaning towards what exists beyond what exists, and also referring to the artist’s preceding exhibition of the same name.

SPACE as SPACE

Vasarely Museum, 1033 Budapest Szentlélek sq. 6.

14 May 2014 - 18 September 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

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.

Victor Vasarely’s Early Drawings and Graphic Designs in the Collection

Vasarely Museum

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.

WORD and IMAGE – WORT und BILD – MOT et IMAGE – SZÓ és KÉP

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