Drawing in Hungarian Fine Arts Now and Before
2 March – 29 June 2014
The exhibition in MODEM introduces the tendencies of unique fine art drawing from the beginning of modern Hungarian arts after 1945, its most exciting experiments and results through the artworks of more than 50 artists, from Lajos Gulácsy, Imre Bukta to Gruppo Tökmag, whose works had and still have significant role in the current expansion of drawing.
Contemporary Chinese Art
15 December 2013 – 30 March 2014
Political pop and cynical realism. These two slogans, that also created art schools, symbolised the sudden emergence of Chinese contemporary art at the time when the attention of Western countries turned to the East at the end of the millennium. The contemporary scene is naturally more abundant than these schools, however, without them China (besides the economical) wouldn’t be such a great power of fine arts.