Rome – Budapest exhibition

Rome – Budapest exhibition

  • 22.02.2024 - 23.03.2024
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The Virág Judit Gallery is waiting for you with another great programme. The exhibition Rome – Budapest will be open from 22 February for a whole month. During this period, visitors can join 12 guided tours to learn even more.

Rome-Budapest, 1800-1948.

Artistic links between the two cities The Judith Flowers Gallery presents a series of thematic exhibitions on the artistic links and interactions between three culturally important European capitals and Budapest. The development and diversity of modern Hungarian art was closely linked to the longer and shorter journeys of our painters and sculptors to Berlin, Paris and Rome. The picturesque landscapes of Italy have always fascinated European artists and writers. For centuries, study trips to Italy, and above all to Rome, have been a complementary part of academic training in all the major art centres of Europe. Hundreds of painters, writers and thinkers have spent longer or shorter periods of time studying monuments from antiquity, the Renaissance and later the Baroque. As well as being an inexhaustible repository of fine art, Rome was also the most important religious centre of the period. Thus, the eternal city was a prime destination for travel at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries. Between the two world wars, many Hungarian artists, sculptors and architects received state scholarships at the Hungarian Academy in Rome.

The exhibition Rome-Budapest, the third and final part of the series, and the accompanying publication, draws on new research to summarise the artistic trends of this rich century, focusing on the School of Rome and tracing the way in which the Italian capital became a key location for Hungarian artists. The exhibition is the first to present a comprehensive overview of Rome’s prominent role in Hungarian painting, sculpture and architecture, and the public will be able to discover previously unknown masterpieces. Location.

Venue:Budapest, Falk Miksa u. 30, 1055
Date: 22 February – 23 March
Opening hours: 10:00- 18:00

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