We kindly inform our audience that during the performance Kodály: Háry János on 23rd April 2017 light effects potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy.
Budapest Art Week
student ticket: 3000 HUF, family ticket: 10000 HUF. To purchase tickets and to find further information, visit the website of the venue: www.bpartweek.hu
Launched in 2016 and unique in Hungary, the Budapest Art Week is a festival that gathers events of classical and contemporary visual art. The event series seeks to give art lovers new motivations and guidance, and is to be an essential complement to the Budapest Spring Festival’s offer in the classical arts.
Similar, highly successful events have been organized for years in the world’s great hubs of culture, from London through Berlin and Vienna to Singapore and Sidney, allowing those who are interested in visual art to learn more about local trends, artists and their works, while taking part in a community experience.
During the six days of the festival, 70 exhibitions and related evens (guided tours, lectures, performances, museum learning sessions) can be enjoyed at 60 venues – with a single ticket.
The participating institutions, galleries and cultural spaces include A.P.A. Gallery, Art Generation, Art Quarter Budapest, Art+Text Gallery, Barcsay Terem / MKE, Biksady Gallery, Budapest Art Factory, Budapest Gallery, Chimera Project, Deák 17 Gallery, Deák Erika Gallery, Fészek Gallery, FKSE, Municipal Gallery, Fuga, Godot Gallery, Hopp Ferenc Museum, Horizont Gallery, Inda Gallery, Museum of Applied Arts, Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts, K.A.S. Gallery, Kassák Museum, Kiscelli Museum, L Art Open Studios, Latarka, Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Hungarian National Gallery, National Archives of Hungary, MissionArt Gallery, Molnár Ani Gallery, Műcsarnok, Neon Gallery, Museum of Etnhography, NextArt Gallery, Óbudai Társaskör Gallery, Parthenon-fríz Terem / MKE, Petőfi Literary Museum, Platán Gallery, TOBE Gallery, New Budapest Gallery, UVG Gallery, Várfok Gallery, Várfok Project Room, Várkert Bazár (Castle Garden Bazaar), Vasarely Museum, Virág Judit Gallery.