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Hungarian Cabinet Office Moves To List Another Munkácsy Painting
Plans are afoot to include Mihály Munkácsy’s state-owned painting Christ before Pilate on a list of protected artworks. The move by the prime minister’s office in conjunction with the National Bank of Hungary comes on the heels of another initiative to include Munkácsy’s privately owned Golgotha on the protected list which prevents a work from being taken out of the country. Further, any change in the paintings’ ownership or location must be reported to the state, which has pre-emption rights. more »
'Here And Now', Fine Arts Salon, Műcsarnok
Consisting of paintings, sculptures, graphic artworks and installations by some two hundred artists, this large-scale exhibition focuses on the changes in art over the past ten years. Such changes include a multitude of complementary artistic achievements which, beyond processing the effects of crisis present in the world and society, have also come up with some positive messages. more »
The Karamazovs, Erkel Theatre Budapest, From 20 June
The Opera’s ballet company will close both The Month of Dance and the season with The Karamazovs in Boris Eifman’s now-classic choreography. In addition to telling the well-known story in the language of dance, this grand ballet also explores the characters’ swirling minds, their complex relationships with each other and their internal struggles. The production will be staged at the Erkel Theatre from June 20, in a performance by the Hungarian National Ballet. more »

Young Hungarian Photographer Exhibited In The Louvre


Young Hungarian Photographer Exhibited In The Louvre
A young Hungarian photographer’s picture is to be exhibited at the Louvre, the world’s most famous museum, the artist has disclosed on her Facebook page. “My picture will be exhibited in Paris at Louvre!!!”, 22-year-old Flóra Borsi’s entry reads. The young photographer participared in the Exposure Award competition, gaining a total of 53 of 100 votes, but she nevertheless made it into the second round. more »

Forster Centre: Munkácsy Artwork On Loan To Hungary Safe


Forster Centre: Munkácsy Artwork On Loan To Hungary Safe
Art objects borrowed from abroad to be displayed in Hungary are under “strict protection” ensured by relevant laws, the Forster Centre, Hungary’s cultural heritage authority, said in a statement on Monday. Under the same rules, paintings imported to Hungary on condition that the object should in the future be returned to the country of origin, cannot be placed on a national list of protected artwork, the statement said. more »

Lázár: Action Over Munkácsy In Hungarian National Interest


Lázár: Action Over Munkácsy In Hungarian National Interest
Whereas it was “not the most sportsmanlike” to decree that Munkácsy’s Golgotha privately owned painting should be placed on a national list of protected artwork that cannot be taken out of the country, doing so was in the national interest, the government office chief said. János Lázár told a regular government news conference that museum professionals were in complete agreement that the painting owned by Imre Pákh, who has lent the prized work to a museum in the city of Debrecen, should be protected to ensure that it stays in Hungary. more »



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