To celebrate the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations of Hungary and China as well as to promote cultural exchanges between the two countries, On Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations of Hungary and China: When Art Comes to Life-Hungarian Contemporary Art Exhibition, cohosted by Consulate General of Hungary in Shanghai and Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art will grandly launch in Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art from 11th, September to 10th, October, 2019.
As an important cultural and art exchange program to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Hungary and China, Consulate General of Hungary in Shanghai in cooperation with Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art will present the audience 69 pieces of photography and painting works from 4 excellent Hungarian artists, which highlights the unique creative inspiration and rich artistic expression of Hungarian contemporary artists and also fully displays the artistic and cultural features of Hungary to the Chinese public.
The four artists represent different aspects of life in Hungary. Barakonyi Zsombor’s paintings capture the cosmopolitan quality and peculiar timelessness of urban living, giving you the chance to immerse into the rarely sensed colourful reality of everyday life. Borsi Flóra’s photography pieces welcome you to enter her fantasy. Bán Sarolta captures the emotional sensitivity of the younger generation, revealing how hard to cope with life in the real world. Goldson Marcus perfectly interprets and presents the life in Budapest.
The wonderful works of the artists show the Hungarian art and life in multiple dimensions. Meanwhile, animation and sound works are specially introduced according to the exhibits to bring multiple visual and auditory experiences to the public. When the audience enters into the exhibition room, it feels like entering the colorful life of Hungary. Through this exhibition, Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art, together with Consulate General of Hungary in Shanghai have built an artistic and cultural bridge between China and Hungary. Chinese and Hungarian people are meeting here in spirit, connecting with art and making their voices heard through art.
It is reported that the exhibition will not end until 10th, October, 2019.
About the exhibition
Dates: Sep 10, 2019 – Oct 10, 2019
Venue: Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art
Courtesy of Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art.