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Date: 06/December/2017 - 22/January/2018
Location: Hegyvidék Gallery, Budapest

Boldi and Tibor Csernus – a sculptor and a painter, two different genres, the rivalization of which was the butt of the joke of exhibition halls for centuries. However, at the joint exhibition of the Hegyvidék Gallery and KOGART the works of the two artists do not collide and trip each other: they tell a story of shape and form in their own fundamental way.

Date: 25/November/2017 - 08/April/2018
Location: KOGART Exhibitions Tihany, Tihany

Art has always meant more than just a decorative element. Works of art are not only mere objects in the space surrounding us, but significant stations in the viewer’s life. Artworks, beyond beauty and comfort, represents a value which, ideally, faces its audience from different aspects. And this encounter can last for a lifetime.

Date: 26/October/2017 - 14/January/2018
Location: House of Arts, Szekszárd, Szekszárd
Date: 15/October/2017 - 14/January/2018
Location: Castle Garden Bazaar - Guards' Palace (Northern Palace), Budapest

In cooperation with the Debrecen Reformed Theological University, the Kovács Gábor Art Foundation celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with an extensive series of exhibitions. The last display opens in Budapest on 15 October, with a theme and spirit that encapsulate and crown the first three exhibitions, which were held in Debrecen, Győr, and Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca).

Date: 24/June/2017 - 08/January/2018
Location: The Vaszary Mansion, Balatonfüred

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Date: 15/September/2017 - 19/November/2017
Location: KOGART Exhibitions Tihany, Tihany

Since its establishment 25 years ago, Kempinski Hotel Corvinus has been a keystone of Budapest life, and true to its eponym, is more than a hotel. It has always been committed to supporting culture, and now boasts a collection with hundreds of works by contemporary Hungarian artists. In September 2017, in cooperation with the Kovács Gábor Art Foundation, Kempinski will offer a taste of this rich collection with a selection presented at KOGART’s gallery in Tihany.

Date: 10/August/2017 - 03/September/2017
Location: National Museum of Art - Cluj-Napoca, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

The Kovács Gábor Art Foundation, in conjunction with the Debrecen Reformed Theological University, commemorates the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in an ambitious series of exhibitions. The exhibitions present works inspired by the Bible and which help us through crucial issues in life. The exhibition opening on 10 August 2017, hosted by the The Art Museum of Cluj-Napoca deals with the themes of Creation, Covenant, Grace, Temptation and Promise in the graphic works of Lajos Szalay.

Date: 04/August/2017 - 27/August/2017
Location: Liu Haisu Art Museum, Shanghai, China

The cooperation of the Kovács Gábor Art Foundation and the Liu Haisu Art Museum, which looks back on a history of several years, has reached a new stage with the retrospective exhibition of Tibor Csernus, which opens in the newly opened building of the Shanghai museum of contemporary art in August 2017. The exhibition presents the Hungarian artist’s oeuvre in an international context, focusing on the major themes and genres that interested this seminal 20th-century Hungarian artist.

Date: 14/July/2017 - 24/September/2017
Location: Castle Garden Bazaar - Guards' Palace (Northern Palace), Budapest

Realized with the cooperation of the Kovács Gábor Art Foundation and the Rómer Flóris Museum of Art and History, Győr, the large-scale exhibition of Miklós Borsos (1906–1990) presents key works of a seminal 20th-century Hungarian sculptor who used the most diverse material and was active in a wide range of genres. 

Date: 06/July/2017 - 24/September/2017
Location: Baroque Castle of Hajós, Hajós

Continuously expanded, the Kovács Gábor Collection is one of the most prestigious private collections in Hungary. Following a number of exhibitions in Hungary and abroad, the collection is now introduced in Hajós with a special selection that guides the viewer through one of the most exciting periods in the history of Hungarian painting, the rise of realist painting, through the work of Mihály Munkácsy, László Paál, László Mednyánszky, Géza Mészöly, Sándor Bihari and others.