After his many solo exhibitions, Attila Kertész now presents his latest series called Hyper Parallel in a very special place, the LAVOR Collective Art Salon. Through
Anna Pakosz is an artist known for her paintings portraying female figures with a characterful aesthetic, and she brings them closer to the viewer through multi-sensory
The aesthetics of digital games popular in the 90s, like Snake, Minecraft or Tetris, have become deeply embedded in the visual culture of a generation who
The last two years have transformed the domestic art trade, making hybrid auctions more commonplace and helping to broaden the collector base. The growing interest in
Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov borrows characters from old paintings and uses Photoshop to transpose them into contemporary environments. In his photoshopped images, Kondakov turns the characteristics
An exceptional encounter between two artistic disciplines and creators is embodied in POKET’s new, extraordinary all-arts volume. In the miniature book Amit gondolsz – az van
Károly Szalóky is a real old-fashioned gentleman: the founder and owner of the Várfok Gallery is a fan not only of works of art but also
Once you’ve seen them, it’s hard to get his images out of your head. Sensitive still lifes and extraordinary animal portraits with a metaphysical edge. We are
On the website of the Hungarian National Gallery you can read a super painting analysis of Pál Szinyei Merse’s painting entitled Picnic in May. If someone
Old VIDEOTON televisions, plastic egg cup sets from the GDR, wall carpets and paper antiquities can all be found in Retrohungary’s new store. Their headquarters remained
Westend, the most well-known shopping center in Hungary announced a creative call in November under the title „A kreativitás új hulláma” (The new wave of creativity).
There are many ways to make a city more livable: in addition to an advanced infrastructure, citizens’ days can also be brightened by seeing lively and
Abandoned beach chairs in the sand, a motionless bouncing castle, deserted stand and spotless flip flops – painted by Croatian artist Josipa Krolo in her hometown, Split, Croatia.