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.

Body as more than a mere object of desire – Jan Němec about František Drtikol

How come that someone who used to rule and utilise the light suddenly experiences enlightenment and lets his previous life goals go? This is what I asked the novel’s writer about…

Famous Julia Margaret Cameron album is at risk of being exported from the UK

Cameron’s Norman Album has been placed under a temporary export bar by the arts minister, Michael Ellis.

Iconic Terracotta Army goes to Liverpool

The show at the World Museum came to Merseyside partly because of the popularity in China of Liverpool Football Club.

Vegetable seed banks carry the illusion of humanity’s future

In the  photographs, the  plants, plant-pieces and  seeds, that  are stored in boxes and  locked behind metal fences, are hidden from the eyes of the world. Dénes Farkas’ solo exhibition, entitled Darkness Visible,

Manchester Art Gallery has removed the Hylas and the Nymphs painting

Manchester Art Gallery has asked the question after removing John William Waterhouse’s Hylas and the Nymphs, one of the most recognisable of the pre-Raphaelite paintings, from its walls.

Attila Szűcs overgilded Federico Luger’s gallery

We asked Attila about his connection to the gallery, and if there is an inside story of the picture “Tranziensek”?

The iconic suffragette painting is displayed in London

Votes for Women! is in Room 33 of the National Portrait Gallery until 13 May.

Gardner Museum theft

The Museum is offering a $10 million reward for information leading to the recovery of the stolen works.

Metropolitan Museum to charge fixed admission fee for non-New Yorkers

New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, one of the world’s most popular museums, will start charging a fixed admission fee for out-of-state visitors rather than urge they pay a suggested donation, museum officials announced on Thursday.

Govt earmarks HUF 106 m for Subotica synagogue revamp

The government has earmarked an additional 106 million forints (EUR 338,000) to support the completion of the revamp of the Subotica (Szabadka) synagogue, Europe’s second largest, in Vojvodina, according to a decree published in the official gazette Magyar Kozlony.

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