PROGRAMMES IN BUDAPEST
Self-historicizationGuglielmo Achille Cavellini's art, conceptual self-promotion, ‘conquered’ the whole world through the network of correspondence art: hundreds of works literally praising Cavellini, as well as Cavellini homage actions and events came into being.
SEKLER (SZÉKELY) GYÖRGY DÓZSAPresented in dance, the peasant revolt led by György Dózsa 500 years ago is a landmark event in the history of Hungary. A suggestive vision of the past it evokes the common fate of Hungarians.
The World of Toulouse-LautrecThe exhibition plans to present the Parisian settings and people connected to Toulouse-Lautrec in thematic groups, allowing for the portrayal of the scenes of public and private life, individuals vs. types and the examination of the boundaries between popular and elitist art.
Dada and Surrealism. Magritte, Duchamp, Man Ray, Miró, Dalí.
Selected works from the collection of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem - The exhibition, featuring works by artists such as Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Man Ray, Joan Miró, Kurt Schwitters, René Magritte and Salvador Dalí, selected from the collection of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, will offer a comprehensive overview of the greatest figures, events, documents and influences in Dada and Surrealism from the late 1910s to the mid-1970s.