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Date: 31/March/2017 - 02/July/2017
Location: Castle Garden Bazaar - Guards' Palace (Northern Palace), Budapest

The Kovács Gábor Art Foundation hosts an exhibition of the collected works of Béla Kondor in the Castle Garden Bazaar, Guards‘ Palace between the 31 March and 2 July 2017. 


Date: 10/March/2017 - 14/May/2017
Location: Gallery-Museum Lendava, The Lendava castle, Lendava, Slovenia

From 10 March, almost 100 works from the 400-piece collection of Gábor Kovács, founder of the Kovács Gábor Art Foundation, will be on view at the Castle of Lendava. The collection encompasses the history of Hungarian painting from the early 18th century to the middle of the 20th century. 

Date: 20/February/2017 - 30/April/2017
Location: KOGART House, Budapest

The restaged exhibition of the Kovács Gábor Collection now focuses on pieces from the 20th century, to represent the emergence of modern art in Hungary through the work of such eminent artists as József Rippl-Rónai, János Vaszary and Sándor Bortnyik. During the period from the late 19th century until the Second World War, Hungarian art was almost completely in step with Western European art, particularly with French and German painting. Visitors can thus witness how French Impressionism gained ground in the country, see the appearance in Hungary of the isms that rose from the early 20th century (Fauvism, Cubism, Expressionism, Constructivism), and can finally observe the influence of the new, post-World War I trends, such as art deco, on Béla Kádár, or the appearance of classicizing tendencies in the work of Béla Kontuly. The exhibition presents the Collection’s focal points from the Nagybánya school, which marked the symbolic birth of the period, through the neo-Impressionist endeavours, to the avant-garde trends.

Date: 20/February/2017 - 30/April/2017
Location: KOGART House, Budapest

On 20 February, KOGART House presents a selection from the works of acclaimed humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine, who wants to throw a light on contemporary slavery. The exhibition will be open until the end of April.

Date: 05/November/2016 - 05/April/2017
Location: KOGART Exhibitions Tihany, Tihany


Date: 16/December/2016 - 15/March/2017
Location: Castle Garden Bazaar - Guards' Palace (Northern Palace), Budapest

The Kovács Gábor Art Foundation and the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts present the first exhibition in Hungary that looks at the influence of Japanese culture on Hungarian art, with a selection of artworks from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. The Museum of Applied Arts – Hungarian National Gallery and the Museum of Applied Arts are cooperating partners of the exhibition.

Date: 09/December/2016 - 19/February/2017
Location: Castle Garden Bazaar - Guards' Palace (Northern Palace), Budapest

The coloured ink drawings that represent characters from Chinese theatre lie at the intersection of two traditional art forms, as painters provide the heroes of drama with a new life. The dramatis personae of history and legends can be seen in special theatrical moments, expanded to symbolic importance. Yet they are contemporary reflections: today’s artists seek new viewpoints between tradition and modernity, a tension that is also one of the most involved problems of Chinese culture, one that is again provoking debate more and more often. This exhibition offers a momentary insight into this dynamic discourse, which never stops searching for new answers.

Date: 27/November/2016 - 12/February/2017
Location: Tornyai János Museum and Community Center, Hódmezővásárhely

The Kovács Gábor Art Foundation - in cooperation with Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery -  hosts an exhibition of the collected works of Béla Kondor in the János Tornyai Museum in Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary, between 27 November 2016 and 12  February 2017.

Date: 27/November/2016 - 19/February/2017
Location: MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts, Debrecen

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 four exhibitions present works inspired by the Bible and which help us through crucial issues in life. Hosted by the MODEM in Debrecen and opening on 27 November 2016, the first show in the series deals with the themes of Creation, Covenant, Grace, Temptation and Promise in the graphic works of Lajos Szalay.


Date: 22/November/2016 - 12/March/2017
Location: Műcsarnok (Kunsthalle), Budapest