Exhibitions

Time

How does art exist in time, relate to time, and how does time affect art? This year’s program series of the Debrecen Artist in Residence,…

2022. Nov. 12. - 2022. Dec. 31.

New Mediations

Before visiting an exhibition, we look at installation photos or artists’ works on our smartphones, upholding and perpetuating the continuous cycle of images and their…

2022. Oct. 01. - 2023. Jan. 22.

Polarism

Polarism is an experimental collective art project, which is the first phase and realization of a common thinking. On the one hand, since the foundation…

2022. Jun. 25. - 2022. Jul. 17.

Alter ego

László Lakner is among the most significant artists of the Hungarian Neo-Avant-Garde: his artistic practice is characterised by thematic and stylistic diversity and continuous experimentation.…

2022. May. 28. - 2022. Sep. 25.

Onceuponacity

The joint exhibition of MODEM and the Déri Museum aims to present the museum’s Photo Gallery. The exhibition is the first public display of the…

2022. Mar. 05. - 2022. Jun. 05.

Puzzlements

  “What art is neither can be grasped nor can be determined  ̶  one can only feel it.” J. T.  Tasnádi József’s art focuses on…

2022. Feb. 26. - 2022. May. 01.

Borderline Case

In some aspects Borderline Case is the continuation of the 2018 art exhibition “Time of our lives?”,which reviewed the works of emerging Hungarianartists. The exhibition…

2022. Jan. 22. - 2022. May. 29.

BURAI retrospective

In the early ink drawings of István Burai (1951–2017), the influence of Béla Kondor and Lajos Szalay is perceptible, and his painting was inspired by…

2021. Nov. 13. - 2022. Feb. 20.

Parisian Abstracts.

By 1930, Paris had become the European hub of various nonfigurative trends, including abstract art, and the center of international avant-garde. Active in most of…

2021. Oct. 03. - 2022. Jan. 30.

Bible 21

The Bible 21 contemporary art collection and exhibition is the result of a unique venture. Levente Kovács and Tímea Kovács-Szabó have created a thematic private…

2021. Jul. 31. - 2021. Dec. 31.

#IFeelSeen

Based on some recent research, it is now suggested that we feel the same way about our smartphones as we do about our homes. It…

2021. Jul. 17. - 2021. Oct. 24.
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