Budapest Galleries Go International – Interview With Annamária Molnár
Hungary / Places

Budapest Galleries Go International – Interview With Annamária Molnár

“When it comes to collecting, international recognition is highly valued.” What potential does the Hungarian contemporary art scene have? Definitely a great one, according to Annamária Molnár, the young and energetic owner of Ani Molnár Gallery and President of the Association of Hungarian Contemporary Art Galleries – a lately renewed initiative that combines local forces … Continue reading

Soap Opera
Hungary / Places

Soap Opera

“Having witnessed and survived the Balkan conflict, I am extremely tired of politicians with a dictatorial attitude…” Artist EdE Sinkovics was born in 1971 in the former Yugoslavia. He clearly voiced his revolutionary ideas and strong criticism already in his high school years. He fled from the Balkan War by pretending to have a mental … Continue reading