17th April – 17th May 2019. Opening: 7pm 16th April 2019. Opening speech: HORVÁTH Márk, philosopher ★EN★ Symposion is a Serbia-based publisher of art, music, pop culture, literature and literary theory. Among their issues there are pop culture anthologies, albums, … Continue reading >Symposion – Deep Time
14th March – 13rd April 2019. Opening: 7pm, 13rd March 2019. Opening speech: József MÉLYI What are we looking for in a work of art? The ideas about the creation, the artist, or both? How important is the person of … Continue reading >Zsolt Asztalos – Authors Unknown
Opening: 7pm, 4th of Februray, 2019. In recent times, the common tendency towards creating order has arguably pursued an ideological vision that supports an authoritarian presence in social structures and institutions. While a lack of order can lead to an … Continue reading >Nemmivoltunk: Recess
8th January – 1st February 2019. Opening: 7pm, 7th January 2019. A long workflow preceded the artifacts exhibited at the show Stray Pages; I have used pages from injured or deficient books of mine. These pages are no longer part … Continue reading >Mátyás Boros: Stray Pages
OFF THE HOOK – Crude: body, colour, realism 8/12– 30/12/2018. Opening: 7pm, 8th December 2018. OFF THE HOOK is an international exhibition project that expands the mission of the DobraVaga Gallery outside of the local framework. By combining design-curious authors … Continue reading >OFF THE HOOK – Crude: body, colour, realism
6-31st of October, 2018. Opening: 7pm, 5th of October, 2018. With works by Gabriella Csoszó, Nadine Fecht, Tibor Horváth, Geraldine Juárez, Elli Kuruş, Simon Elias Meier, Pilvi Takala Curated by: Krisztina Hunya There is an ongoing interest in contemporary art to … Continue reading >It’s Worth It!
9-28. September 2018. Opening: 6pm, 8th of September 2018. Opening event: Kriszta Németh The central piece of the exhibition is the artists’ book of Ágnes Eperjesi made in 2007 during her stay in Buenos Aires. The old booklet found on … Continue reading >Ágnes Eperjesi: Leafing
21st August – 7th September 2018. Opening: 7pm, 21st August 2018. Opening speech: Csilla Orosz The exhibition titled Stockpile is focusing on the first Hungarian edition of Milan Kundera’s novel, The Joke. The story revolves around the introduction and … Continue reading >András Beck: Stockpile