Budapest Panorama


Trafó - House of Contemporary Arts

Tricks & Tracks 2.

Compagnie Pál Frenák presented its performance entitled Tricks & Tracks in 1999 which made them well-known to the public. The basic concept of this legendary and momentous production still has not lost its timeliness


Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art

/////////fur////: no pain no game

The name //////////fur//// covers two media artists and art critics, gadget artists and game designers, Volker Morawe and Tilmann Reiff.


Liszt Academy

Song recitals by Magdalena Kožená

The recital of the mezzo-soprano and pianist – both among the greatest in their respective fields – showcases rarely performed masterpieces by major composers.


Hungarian National Gallery

Fascination of Nature

Paintings by Qi Baishi from the Collection of the Beijing Fine Art Academy - At the first show of its kind in Europe, some 110 paintings from the artist's estate are displayed.


Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art

Photographed by Vilmos Zsigmond

Oscar-winning Vilmos Zsigmond, the awardee of a great many prestigious international cinematic and achievement honours, became seriously interested in photography in the early 1950s, while still in Hungary. Presenting some 150 photographs, this exhibition offers an insight into Vilmos Zsigmond’s art as a photographer.



Sleep Party People (DK)

One of the merriest and craziest Scandinavian bands, where the musicians dressed as bunnies play happy to sad songs like you never heard it before. Sleep Party People is, even though the name might indicate something else, a solo project – conceived in the bedroom of creator Brian Batz on Nørrebro, Copenhagen.


Bálna Budapest (The Whale)

More Light! - Light art from György Kepes to the present

Over the past six or seven decades, technologically-based light art has shown a constant growth in terms of both volume and quality. The period represented at this exhibition is often called the optoelectronic revolution.