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HYPE | Weekly program guide



Although the mornings are still chilly, the sunny weather and the super-fine programs lure us out, insomuch that we are even willing to leave the city on the weekends for contemporary jewelry and glass art shows. If you’d rather stay in the city, we recommend two talks on architecture and urbanism, but Polish poster art, a world-famous Hungarian product and the fusion of photography and music will also be in spotlight. And, of course, we haven’t forgot about Valentine’s Day, either.

Ola Niepsuj PLakátok

Platán Gallery brings us an exciting selection of the contemporary tendencies of Polish poster art. This time, you can see the works of graphic designer and illustrator Ola Niepsuj on the walls of the gallery of the Polish Institute. In spite of her young age, her works are exhibited all around the world, and she did projects for Thames and Hudson, Taschen, the New York Times, IKEA and Apple, amongst others. After the opening, Ola Niepsuj herself will talk about her work, so it’s worth to stay a little longer.

When: February 10, 2020, 18:00-20:00

Where: Platán Gallery

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CAPAZINE – LET’S DANCE – Finissage

The second project of CAPAZINE workshop ran under the title LET’S DANCE and focused on the points of connection between music and photography. The two different branches of art trigger two different sense organs, and therefore work with different artistic toolkits. The results of the works of photographers and musicians together are pieces of art that use both the elements of photography and those of music –this is what you can see on the exhibition of Capa Center. At the finissage on Monday, electroacoustic music composer Andrea Szigetvári and curator Judit Gellér will guide us through the exhibition, and the music band Approach will perform before them.

When: February 10, 2020, 17:00-19:00

Where: Capa Center

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Creative Bureaucracy: urban (existential)questions I.

Mindspace has focused on the topic of the livable city for years now: at the latest event of their program series, you can hear and think together about the bureaucratic aspects of urban development. During the talk, Ádám Kobrizsa will ask György Alföldi and Levente Polyák about the situation of the eight district, regulations, the difficulties of administration, urbanism and the methods of creative urban planning.

When: February 10, 2020, 18:00-21:00

Where:Café Lumen

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Trust your Architect! Housing crisis

KÉK has been organizing its Trust your Architect! roundtable discussions since 2015, at which designers, consultants, decision-makers and analysist share their thoughts on a given topic. This year, a specifically relevant issue will be in the focus: the problem of housing –and so the event will be about the housing crisis and the possible solutions for it. The discussions of KÉK are primarily the most useful for entry-level architects, but today, when we are knee deep into the housing crisis due to the dramatic increase in rental fees and prices on the real property market, it is important for every one of us to be properly informed about the root of the problem and the possible solutions.

When: February 10, 2020, 19:00-20:30

Where: KÉK – Contemporary Architecture Center

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Julius-K9, the world-conquering Hungarian dog harness

JULIUS-K9® won the Red Dot international design award in its own category, also known as the “Oscar of design”, in 2019. The red dot is a great appreciation, but the fact that more than 10 million pieces were sold and it is known and used all across the world tell a bit more about the joint-protecting dog harness. What made them so successful? Gyula Sebő, the originator of the dog harness will talk about this at BudapestLAB

When: February 11, 2020, 18:00-20:00

Where: Budapest LAB

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Üveg-tér-kép (Glass-space-image) // Group glass art exhibition opening

The new exhibition of MANK Gallery will open on Wednesday afternoon, in Szentendre, where the possible methods of displaying glass art and light will be in the focus. How is light, stratification and transition displayed in the different branches of visual art? What is the peculiarity of glass in this regard? In addition to the works of glass artists, you can also see the works of Emese Benczúr, Berta Domokos, Ágnes Kontra, Henrik Martin and Erik Mátrai. After the show of The Anahit band, the exhibition will be opened by Edit Kondor.

When: February 12, 2020, 18:00-21:00

Where: MANK – Magyar Alkotóművészeti Közhasznú Nonprofit Kft.

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Art on Plate – seated guided tour with Nóra Winkler

“Gastronomy, art, love” – thisis the motto of Société Budapest for Friday night. The organizers invite you to an undoubtedly Valentine’s Day program, but also a lot more than a simple dinner: you can participate in a seated guided tour, which means that in addition to the dishes of chef Norbert Krasznai, you will also be served some art. Nóra Winkler will tell you about the works of Frida Kahlo, Chagall or Andy Warhol related to love marriage and desire, while you can consume meals that match the works in colors, texture and atmosphere.

When: February 14, 2020, 19:00-22:00

Where: Société Budapest

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The contemporary jewelry| group exhibition

Let’s all head to Gödöllő on Saturday afternoon for a group contemporary jewelry exhibition at the Gödöllő Applied Arts Workshop, where you will be able to see the works of up and coming and internationally renowned Hungarian designers together. Contemporary jewelry will be in the focus, in which redefining traditions, the conceptual and statement nature, experimenting with materials and the interaction between art and design will concentrate.

When: February 15, 2020, 16:00-20:00

Where: Gödöllő Applied Arts Workshop

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