TRIUMPH OF PERFECTION - RAPHAEL

Renaissance Drawings and Prints from the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest

18 December 2013 - 30 March 2014

Raphael, the youngest of the famous Renaissance triad including Leonardo and Michelangelo, made an exceptionally deep impression on Italian art.

Openclosed Space

Parallel Exhibition of Levente Bálványos and Franz Riedl

5 December 2013 - 14 February 2014

The next Parallel Exhibition of Vasarely Museum presents the works of Levente Bálványos (b. 1966) and Franz Riedl (b. 1976). Both artists regularly exhibit with the Open Structures Art Society (OSAS), and local exhibition-goers will be familiar with their names.

Caravaggio to Canaletto

The Glory of Italian Baroque and Rococo Painting

26 October 2013 - 16 February 2014

The Museum of Fine Arts’ exhibition titled Caravaggio to Canaletto will present the leading styles,outstanding artist figures as well as the extraordinary wealth of genres, techniques and themesof 17th- and 18th-century Italian painting through more than 140 works by 100 masters, includingnine paintings – the highest number by a single artist included in the displayed material – by the period’s prominent painter genius, Caravaggio.

INTERSPACES

International exhibition in the Vasarely Museum

16 October 2013 - 10 January 2014

EGON SCHIELE and His Age

26 June 2013 - 13 October 2013

The Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, by way of a continuation of its exhibition presenting Gustav Klimt and the early Secession offers an insight into the work of the most outstanding artist of the following generation: Egon Schiele, and through his contemporaries into the development of Viennese Expressionism, the school that superseded Jugendstil.

Collection Grauwinkel 1982-2012 - Thirty Years of Concrete Art

Vasarely Museum

12 May 2013 - 14 September 2013

The Open Structure Art Society (OSAS) exhibits 100 selected artworks in the Vasarely Museum of Budapest from the private collection of Siegfried Grauwinkel. The exhibition focuses on Constructive-Concrete Art, but also extends to the border areas of Minimalism, Conceptual-Art and Zero.

Hands-on Art for All

In Each Other’s Hand

2 May 2013 - 26 May 2013

Organised in conjunction with the Kézzelfogható Foundation and linked to the European Equal Opportunities Day, the Museum of Fine Arts will host a hands-on exhibition, a conference and interactive creative workshops. The special exhibition, running from 2nd May, is aimed at providing the opportunity for visually impaired and blind people to share in the exhibition experience with the sighted and interactively support each other in the understanding and reception of the event.

Helmut Newton 1920 – 2004

4 April 2013 - 14 July 2013

Continuing the highly successful tradition of the past years, in the spring of 2013 the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest is again staging a photographic exhibition. The show will feature around 250 shots by one of the greatest figures of fashion and advertising photography, Helmut Newton, reflecting his most significant creative periods

Uecker. Material Becomes Picture

15 December 2012 - 17 March 2013

Günther Uecker stands out as one of the decisive figures in the post-war international contemporary art scene. From the beginning, his works have focused on the most serious issues facing the world.

Rodin and the Museum of Fine Arts

7 December 2012 - 3 March 2013

The dossier exhibition organized by the Department of Art after 1800 showcases Rodin’s works preserved in the collection of the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts and the latest research results relating to it.

Caravaggio to Canaletto

Caravaggio to Canaletto

Newton opening

Newton opening

Schiele opening

Schiele opening