Exclusive talk with one of the ex-Yugoslav artists of DATES 9!

The Ani Molnár Gallery is pleased to invite you to the exclusive artist talk on the current exhibition entitled ‘DATES 9’ with Roman Uranjek.

Pope Francis receives a print by Lajos Vajda from the Ferenczy Museum Center

A Remembrance Mass in the Saint Peter’s Basilica, and artworks by Szentendre artists showcasted in streets surrounding the Campo di Fiori.

International jury awards Brigitte Kowanz’s work for the 13th Cairo Biennale

Her work breaks up boundaries between virtual and real space and reflects on the opportunities, but also the dangers of new technology and social media.

Troubled history through the eyes of two artists from ex-Yugoslavian states

Well-known or long-forgotten photo documentations of the 20th century, processed in different ways by Slovenian Roman Uranjek and Bosnian Radenko Milak.

Sári Ember wins the Leopold Bloom Art Award

Ani Molnár Gallery is happy and proud to announce that Sári Ember, the gallery’s artist is the winner of Leopold Bloom Art Award 2019.

Posthuman visions, Sleeping Beauty dead, dreams coming true – at this year’s Art Capital

Art Capital, Middle-Eastern-Europe’s biggest visual art festival, launched in Szentendre. The central topic of this year is ‘dream’.

Sliding metro doors changed his perception on art and reality – interview with Teun Vonk

“The culture of images might be harmful too. I want to make something where people can feel their body and they can focus on their physical existence.”

József Csató: Each and Every Kiss

József Csató melts past and present together, embraces our eyes and leads it from one image to the next. A vernissae in the Erika Deák Gallery.

Paris once aided Szeged, now Szeged pays it back

The municipality of Szeged has offered 10,000 euros to aid the reconstruction of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris which was heavily damaged by fire on Monday.

‘Upside Down Inside Out Back to Front’ – Mark Wallinger in Vienna

We invite your introspection. You are implicated. Perhaps any mark when met with its mirror image, twin or double, has authority or meaning.

Survival instinct: best Nature shot at the World Press Photo Awards

Hungarian photographer Bence Máté’s photo “Survival instinct” won first prize in Nature category at the World Press Photo awards.

Bauhaus: The Style We Have Never Known

There is no end to centennial walking tours, while countless exhibitions on the topic keep opening. But what is Hungary’s connection to this German school?

The triumph of the body in Budapest’s Museum of Fine Arts

An exhibition of over 80 Renaissance paintings and drawings, including works by Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael, in Budapest’s Museum of Fine Arts.

See how six young artists multitask in the Ani Molnár Gallery

This year, the Ani Molnár Gallery is celebrating its 10 year anniversary. The gallery starts the year with a group…

Fodor’s Wall is back, now in the beating heart of Vienna’s old town

Two years ago, Fodor’s Border Wall was exhibited in an open space in Vienna. Now it is back again: you can find it in Vienna’s old town district at the junction of Freyung and Herrengasse.

INDA Gallery is proud to announce a solo presentation of Marianne Csáky’s work

In her experimental photography, Csáky employs combinations of techniques and materials to explore the themes that engage her inquisitive attention and eye.

Who is the man behind the remembrance stones? – interview with Gunter Demnig

“Although my stones can’t replace gravestones, people still can visit them” – Gunter Demnig recalls how the Stolpersteine became his essential life work.

We can have so many hearts inside ourselves – Marina Abramović in Vienna

To this day, around 2,000 art lovers have visited the exhibition of the most important performance artist of the present day.

Light is playing with shadow, colours are telling a story

István Haász, one of the most prominent artists of the Hungarian geometric constructivism, will present his first solo show at Ani Molnár Gallery.

What made diamonds to be seen as a symbol of love?

Touching on the questions of the superficially constructed female values, Marge Monko examines the storytelling powers of commercialism’s impacts.

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