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110 Year Search For Sultan Suleiman In Hungary Seems Fruitful
Professor Norbert Pap, who led the discovery of what is thought to be the tomb of Ottoman Grand Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, said in an interview with MTI that in 2013 his team of geographers, historians and archaeologists, using new methodologies in their respective fields, discovered the ruins of the Ottoman settlement known as Turbék, a name derived from the Turkish word “turbeh” meaning “tomb”. more »
Now On Until 31 December: The Lonely Cedar – Csontváry’s Genius, Budapest
After several years’ preparation, a comprehensive retrospective show of the painter Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka opened in the former Army Headquarters building of the Buda Castle.

Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka (1853–1919) is one of the most influential figures of Hungarian fine arts. The exhibitions he meticulously organised by himself practically never elicited any critical response from his contemporaries. His works did not arouse any public interest or critical acclaim in his lifetime. more »
US Congressmen Protest Against Hungary’s Hóman Monument
Leaders of the Unites States Congress bipartisan task force against anti- Semitism have voiced protest against Hungary’s plans to erect a monument to Horthy-era minister Bálint Hóman, the New York-based Jewish Telegraphic Agency reported. In a letter to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the body expressed “deep concern” about the monument, planned to be put up in central Hungary’s Székesfehérvár before the end of the year, and said that the WWII minister had “spearheaded Hungary’s anti-Jewish legislation and paved the way for deportations of and atrocities against Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust.” more »

Pákh Appeals Against Hungarian Heritage Centre’s Decision On ‘Golgotha’ Painting


Pákh Appeals Against Hungarian Heritage Centre’s Decision On ‘Golgotha’ Painting
Imre Pákh, the New York-based art collector of Hungarian origin who owns Mihály Munkácsy’s 19th century painting “Golgotha” - currently on loan to Hungary -- has submitted an appeal against the decision which prevents the landmark painting’s removal from the country, daily Magyar Idők said. The Forster Gyula National Heritage and Asset Management Centre has added two paintings in Munkácsy’s famous “Christ Trilogy” to a list of protected artworks. more »

Now On Until 30 January: In The Workshop Of Lajos Csertő, Kunsthalle Budapest


Now On Until 30 January: In The Workshop Of Lajos Csertő, Kunsthalle Budapest
Lajos Csertő is the classic polyhistor for our age. He has been living and working in his Dunaújváros studio far from the maddening crowd for many decades, experimenting with newer and newer artforms with the same enthusiasm and curiosity as when he was in this twenties. He uses different metals, porcelain, alabaster and wood for his works and most of his public space art production is made of glass. more »

Now On Until 31 January: The Ladder, Kunsthalle Budapest


Now On Until 31 January: The Ladder, Kunsthalle Budapest
The exhibition shows signs, signs along the ways and itineraries of our lives. You can only build yourself on what you perceive from these signs. The signs of life-itineraries are rarely seen in such concentration as within the space of an exhibition. This is the raison d’être of attending exhibitions. more »



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