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Now On Until 11 September: ’Women In Chanel’ Exhibition @ Ludwig Museum
The visionary duo, Peter Farago (born in Szekszard) and Ingela Klemetz-Farago (born in Sweden), belong to the most creative teams of today’s fashion photography. As part of a unique collaboration with CHANEL, they created full fashion stories featuring the most sought-after supermodels from Central Europe and Poland. more »
Modigliani Nudes & Sculptures Exhibition, National Gallery, Now On Until 2 October
The Hungarian National Gallery presents the first large-scale exhibition on the work of Amadeo Modigliani (1884-1920) - now on until 2 October. The exhibition features more than 80 artworks from museums and private collections all around the world. more »
Jewish Cultural Festival, Budapest, 4 - 11 September
Two new venues were added to this year's festival, two beautiful synagogues: one on Bethlen square and one in Hegedűs Gyula street. Organisers told XpatLoop, "this year’s multi-arts festival will have a wide variety of events featuring literature, music, dance, and children’s show for the youngest audience." more »

US Holocaust Memorial Museum Urges Rescinding Bayer’s State Award


US Holocaust Memorial Museum Urges Rescinding Bayer’s State Award
The Holocaust Memorial Museum of Washington, DC, condemned Hungary granting a state award to journalist Zsolt Bayer and called for rescinding the award. The USHMM said the award is intended to recognize individuals who demonstrate excellence in service to the country and “the promotion of universal human values”. more »

Intl Hungarology Congress Opens In S Hungary


Intl Hungarology Congress Opens In S Hungary
The 8th International Hungarology Congress opened in Pecs, in southern Hungary. The six-day conference held every five years will focus on intercultural issues, interaction among different fields of study and Hungarian studies in the 21st century. more »

Socialists: Half Of Families Finance Start Of School Year From Credit


Socialists: Half Of Families Finance Start Of School Year From Credit
More than half of Hungarian households finance the start of the school year using credit, an opposition Socialist politician Ildikó Borbely Bangó told a news conference. Data available show that more than 18% of parents have taken up a loan to pay for the items such as clothing and equipment their children need to start school. more »



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