01 April 2017 - 02 July 2017
The exhibition featuring Georg Baselitz, one of the most famous and sought-after contemporary German artists, will open on 1 April 2017. The show, staged by the Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut in Budapest, will comprise more than eighty works selected from international and Hungarian public and private collections, while eight lesser-known large-format paintings and a sculpture will arrive directly from the artist’s studio.
17 December 2016 - 01 May 2017
Continuing the series featuring prominent Hungarian artists, an œuvre exhibition of Lili Ország (1926–1978), a prominent figure of modern Hungarian painting, will be held at the Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, from 16 December 2016.
04 December 2016 - 16 April 2017
The collection of modern Hungarian drawings once owned by György Gombosi was purchased from the art historian’s family in 2016 by the Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery. In recent decades, the Hungarian National Gallery has directed its collecting policy towards obtaining important collections of drawings assembled between the two world wars – these include parts of the collections of Rudolf Bedő and Béla Radnai, and the entire collection of Sándor Frankl.
29 June 2016 - 02 October 2016
On view at the Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, from 29 June until 2 October, this Modigliani retrospective is the first major overview in Hungary of the Italian painter’s œuvre. Several of the world’s leading museums and private collections lent works for this exhibition, which features over eighty works, sixty-one of them by Modigliani himself.
24 June 2016 - 18 September 2016
Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Atari ST, IBM AT and XT, Commodore 64 – these were the computers predominantly used to make computer art works in the second half of the 1980s. Hungarian Artists and the Computer hosted by the Hungarian National Gallery provides a comprehensive picture of the history of Hungarian computer art before the democratic change through the reconstruction of the first group exhibition in 1990 of the medium’s Hungarian representatives.
22 April 2016 - 01 October 2016
When Pablo Picasso and his fellow artists first encountered sculptures from Africa and Oceania, treasures of tribal art, at the beginning of the twentieth century, they obviously considered them as artworks.
22 April 2016 - 28 August 2016
An exhibition dedicated to one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, organised by the Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest in partnership with the Musée national Picasso-Paris.
29 January 2016 - 01 May 2016
The Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts has one of the world's most important collections of Russian avant-garde art from the 1910s and 1920s.The museum was founded following the reorganisation of cultural life in Russia that took place after the Revolution.
06 November 2015 - 14 February 2016
This exhibition of close to 400 of his works at the Hungarian National Gallery is intended to offer a more precise art historical picture of everything that El Kazovsky left behind after his painfully early death.