Regarding the consolidation of the public health situation in Hungary, the Ani Molnár Gallery will reopen from 2 June with temporary, limited opening hours. They are looking forward to welcome their visitors every week from Tuesday to Thursday between 12 and 6 pm. Due to the temporary closure, the solo show of Zsolt Asztalos ‘My Art’ is still on view for an extended period.
The Ani Molnár Gallery also showcases a selection of its artist’s works the online viewing platform which is organised by Art Brussels for the participating galleries of the fair postponed to 2021. These can be seen between 28 May and 15 June HERE.
Also, the works of three artists of the gallery, Sári Ember, István Haász and András Wolsky were selected for the online auction of Autistic Art starting on 2 June.
More virtual arts:
Balázs Csizik’s photo series ‘Synesthesia’ can be viewed in the online catalogue of Paris Photo New York, which the gallery will present on the 2021 edition of the fair.
The highly successful exhibition of Tamás Waliczky ‘Imaginary Cameras’, which represented Hungary on the Venice Biennale 2019, now can be viewed on the virtual tour of Ludwig Museum Budapest.
Emese Benczúr and Péter Mátyási are among the exhibiting artists on the international group show ‘Slow Life. Radical Practices of the Everyday’ in Ludwig Museum Budapest. During the museum’s closure, you can find information on the exhibition on this microsite.