The Ludwig Museum will open a new exciting temporary exhibition in April. This year, as part of the Bartók Spring, visitors will be able to see an exhibition of a jazz musician and photographer with a special talent.Photo exhibition recommended for children aged 14 and over.
Till Brönner is a passionate European; he grew up in a family of German musicians in Italy and the German Rhineland. He is considered one of the most successful German jazz musicians in history, and is also known as ‘the German Chat Baker’ for the melodic quality of his playing. A true trumpet virtuoso, his music and photographs convincingly convey the feeling of our times. In his search for his own identity, he uses a wide range of artistic tools to interpret an insightful vision of Europeanness and the diversity of the world. Whether portraiture, landscape, industrial landscape or architecture, he is a sensitive observer, documenting and thematising not only the developments and social trends of his own European countries, Italy and Germany, but also the problems of a world in crisis, such as the epidemic or the war in Ukraine. His current project “Identity – European Landscape” is still in progress and will be shown for the first time at the Ludwig Museum.
Venue: Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Komor Marcell u. 1, 1095
Date: 14 April – 25 August
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00 – 20:00
Price: 2400 Ft
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