The leading news portal of the domestic art trade, műtárgy.com, for the seventh time, organizes the most colorful art and cultural event of the spring, the highly popular Night of Artworks Festival (Műtárgyak Éjszakája).
During the three-day event, museums, galleries, and studios will open their doors, offering nearly 100 exciting events at 50 venues in the capital. By purchasing one wristband, visitors can register to a variety of programs, from exhibitions, art walks, talk, private studio visits, workshops, and film screenings.
The Night of Artworks is an opportunity for art lovers, artists and connoisseurs to meet and discover the world of art, bringing within reach the fascinatingly diverse world of artworks usually seen behind glass in everyday life.
The Festival’s mission is also to show that art is not the same as painting, graphics, and sculpture, but that porcelain, ceramics, ceramics, and glass, photography, jewelry, paper, and even textiles.
Women about art, art about women
As in previous years, there is a special theme for this year’s program with focused events at some venues: Women about art, art about women.
While some of the programs are limited to Hungarian-language knowledge, English-speakers can also find treats during the festival: make sure to check out the offerings of the exhibitions listings (from the Óbuda Museum to Műcsarnok’s offerings of photo and fine art), as well as the special screening of Vermeer famous painting at Bem Mozi.
Or get a glimpse into the world of creation by visiting the studio of Venezuelan artist, Zeus Salas: he’ll reveal both finished and unfinished works as well as offer a short workshop based on his own practice involving breathing and self-reflection.
Night of Artworks Festival – May 18-20, 2023
Highlighted program in the article: A breath, a gesture – workshop by Zeus Salas (May 19 and May 20)