The Művészetek Háza Veszprém announces its upcoming retrospective survey of the printed works by artist Julian Schnabel from 1983 to the present. More Shorter
The Művészetek Háza Veszprém announces its upcoming retrospective survey of the printed works by artist Julian Schnabel from 1983 to the present. The public will now have the opportunity to see an extensive view of Schnabel’s work in this medium, a significant part of his oeuvre but one that has been infrequently examined. This is his first print exhibition ever in Hungary, and it includes freshly made works created last year.
This exhibition reflects Schnabel’s unique vision, an inventor who is continuously creating ways of printing that is always a surprise. There are prints printed on velvet, maps of the world, others have collage images that have been lithographically printed and laminated to etchings.
Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1951, Schnabel’s first major solo exhibition was at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston in 1976, followed by a solo show at Mary Boone Gallery in New York City in 1979. It was there that Schnabel exhibited his plate paintings for the first time. Paintings with broken dishes, the "plate paintings" received a laudatory welcome, while at the same time a boisterous and controversial one. In 1981, Schnabel was the youngest artist in A New Spirit in Painting show at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, curated by Nicholas Serota, Christos M. Joachimides and Normal Rosenthal, along with Pablo Picasso, Francis Bacon, Gerhard Richter, Georg Baselitz, Sigmar Polke, and Markus Lüpertz.
Schnabel’s work has been the subject of numerous exhibitions all over the world including Kunsthalle Basel; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Kunsthalle Düsseldorf; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid; Palazzo Venezia, Rome; Schloss Derneburg, Germany; Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada; Museo Correr, Italy; J.F. Willumsen Museum, Denmark; The Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Greenwich; Dallas Contemporary; Dairy Art Centre, London; Museu de Arte de São Paulo; Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale; the University of Michigan Museum of Art, and the Musée d’Orsay, Paris. As well as the most prominent galleries in the world including Leo Castelli Gallery, New York; Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris; The Pace Gallery, New York; Galerie Bruno Bischofberger, St. Moritz and Zurich; Gagosian Gallery, New York and Los Angeles; Almine Rech Gallery, Paris; CFABerlin,Blum & Poe, Los AngelesMax Hetzler Gallery Berlin Schnabel’s work is included in the public collections of the Kunstmuseum Basel; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Guggenheim Museum, New York and Bilbao; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Ludwig Museum, Cologne Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, among others.
Schnabel’s interest in the ‘making of things’ has led him into the realms of other practices including filmmaking. In 1996 Schnabel wrote and directed the feature film Basquiat about fellow New York artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. The film was in the official selection of the 1996 Venice Film Festival. Schnabel’s second film, Before Night Falls, based on the life of the late exiled Cuban novelist Reinaldo Arenas, won both the Grand Jury Prize and the Coppa Volpi for best actor, Javier Bardem, at the 2000 Venice Film Festival. In 2007 Schnabel directed his third film, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. Schnabel received the award for Best Director at the Cannes Film Festival as well as Best Director at the Golden Globe Awards, where the film won Best Film in a Foreign Language. The Diving Bell and the Butterfly was also nominated for four Oscars. That same year, 2007, he made a film of Lou Reed’s Berlin concert at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn. His fifth film Miral, a polemical movie about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, won the UNESCO as well as the UNICEF award at the 2010 Venice Film Festival. Miral was shown at the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations. His most recent film “Van Gogh – At Eternity’s Gate” from 2018 is a profound portrait told in the first person of the Dutch painter and his time in Arles For his role as Vincent van Gogh Willem Defoe won the Coppa Volpi for best actor at the Venice Film Festival and was nominated for Best Actor at the 2019 Golden Globes and Oscars.
Adresse: House of Art / Csikász Gallery (8200 Veszprém, Vár street 17.)
The exhibition is open until October 5, 2019
|Address:||8200 Veszprém, Vár utca 17.|
|Date of event:||07/13/2019 - 10/05/2019|
The Local Government of Veszprém County, László Vass art collector and the House of Arts Veszprém request the honor of your presence at the exhibition opening reception to be held at the Modern Art Gallery-László Vass Collection
on November 17th, 2018 at 11:00 a.m.
Introductory speech by: László Hegyeshalmi, director
House of Arts Veszprém
Opening speech by: Judit Geskó, art historian
Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
The exhibition is on display until March 14th, 2019 from Monday to Saturday, 10:00-17:00 daily.
|Address:||8200 Veszprém, Vár utca 3-7.|
|Date of event:||11/17/2018 11:00 - 03/14/2019 17:00|
The Veszprém Zoo, the Castle, the Veszprém Arena, the high quality gastronomy, the family-friendly services and the variety of programmes throughout the year make 5+1 reasons to visit the city of Queens. More Shorter
We invite people, who interested in history and culture to the Dezső Laczkó Museum’s various and interesting exhibition places. More Shorter
(8200 Veszprém, Erzsébet sétány 1.)
We tell stories, lives from the past, the present and the future: because “historia est magistra vitae”. The first artefacts of the county’s most significant and the longest established museum were the part of the collection in 1903, and we wait for the visitors in the building, which is among the trees of the Erzsébet parkland since 1925. The museum’s 330 000 pieces collection includes the folklore, archaeology, history, fine arts and crafts, literary history and the significant numismatic collection of Veszprém and Veszprém county.
(8200 Veszprém, Erzsébet sétány 3.)
Near the Dezső Laczkó Museum there is Bakony House, which is one of the earliest Hungarian open-air ethnographical museums. In 1935 it was built from public donations as a copy of a gentry’s landhouse of Öcs. The designers were László Nagy ethnographer and György Linzmayer architect.
Permanent exhibition: Times immemorial?!
(8200 Veszprém, Vár u. 2.)
On the Heroes’ Gate exhibition place, which was opened in 1939 and was renovated in 2013, visitors can learn about the building’s history, and the history of events and heroes of Veszprém during the revolution and freedom fight of 1848 and 1849, World Wars I and II, and revolution and freedom fight of 1956.
Fire Lookout Tower
(8200 Veszprém, Vár utca 9.)
On the south-western end of the castle there is the single tower of the castle, the 48 metres high Fire Tower. The Tower’s cylindrical part, which was made from crushed stone can be medieval, but we didn’t know the exact construction time. The Tower’s foundation is on the square’s level in front of the Castle hill, its entrance opened from the inner parts of the castle and it is several metres above the foundation. The tower’s floor plan can be found on survey drawings of Giulio Turco, the Emperor’s war engineer, which was made around 1570. The 17th century’s engravings illustrate a blocky tower in the place of Fire Tower. Near the Fire Tower around 1660 was built the south-west corner tower.
(8200 Veszprém, Vár u. 19.)
The new permanent exhibition, which entitled “The life of the minus third floor, Dungeon in the 21th century” is about not just the dungeon as a building and interest, but it demonstrates several exciting themes. In the exhibition there is a Jószef Mindszenty memorial room, an exhibition unit about the life of the inmates and the history of the oubliette, the exhibition entitled “Bakony outlaws on the hand of the pandours”, and visitors can see the slots, chapel, look-out tower, command room and the sanitary. Besides these, film projection waits for the visitors.
Permanent exhibition: The life of the minus third floor, Dungeon in the 21th century
On 23th October 2015 the Dungeon's permanent exhibition had got a new exhibition unit, which entitled as After ’56 in the shadows of the gallows-trees.
The exhibition, from 1956 to 1967 until the last execution, shows the sanctions period’s significant momentum in connection with Veszprém county. The visitors can come to know the life of Árpád Brusznyai, the deportation process, and with two cases, the legal action of Vaczkó and Hamusics – the two cases are in connection with 1956. In these cases the authorities investigated the conspiracy, which was committed with guns. In the exhibition they are commemorate the heroes, who were punished with death because their role in ’56.
In the exhibition there are precious reliquiaes, which were donated to the Dezső Laczkó Museum by Margit Brusznyai, the daughter of Árpád Brusznyai.
|Address:||8200 Veszprém, Erzsébet sétány 1.|
|Phone number:||+36 88 426 081|
|Date of event:||07/21/2016 - 12/31/2017|
Liturgical place to exhibit, baroque rooms, room for the herbs of Halimba, show room for violin fabrication, medical herb garden and a lot of other curiosity from the offer of the Salesianum’s permanent exhibitions. More Shorter
Liturgical place to exhibit
The attic gallery was designed on the second floor of the building, where visitors can take a look on the day-to-day-life of the Archdiocese and can get to know the everyday use of liturgical objects. A liturgical calendar is cited by multimedia tools, liturgy devices are displayed for the visitors, they can also visit the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Veszprém’s store of sheet music and can listen to the musical creations from the 19-20th century. The visitors can take a virtual tip in the Archdiocese and in Veszprém via an interactive multimedia device, while they can discover the past and the present of the virtually visited places.
Four interior styled, fresco decorated baroque room awaits the visitors on the floor of the Salesianum. They can experience the atmosphere of the baroque world through contemporary artworks. Visitors have the opportunity to know more about former, well-known residents of the house, including Martin II. Padányi-Bíró the bishop of Veszprém, who was an outstanding patron of the artistic work in the diocese during the 18th century. They can admire the landscape themed frescos from the end of the 18th century, which can be found in every room on the given floor in an exigent quality, differently from the baroque practice. With the guidance of the “Picture-counter desk” it is possible to follow the work of the restorers and the wonderful alteration of the baroque rooms. In the other two rooms the hidden treasures of the Bishop Archive and Library are displayed: incunabula, scrapbooks- and albums, manuscripts, maps and certificates.
Room for the herbs of Halimba
At the right side of the entrance is the Halimba Medical-Herb-room, which displays the story of Dr. Miklós Szalai, also known as the “medical herb” priest from Halimba. The nationwide known herbalist was pronounced a charlatan before the transition, but later the Halimbárium medical herb mixtures were named after him. At the exhibition dried medical herb tableaus and glass covered containers show the medical-and culinary herbs, the recipes of the “medical herb” priest, and also some interesting information about medical herbs and herbal teas.
Show room for violin fabrication
Who does not longed for being the invisible viewer the birth of something new. Looking through a window, watching the smooth hand moves, while those hands are brushing the lumber with a plane again and again, always finding something to stroke the spot we thought was already perfect. Taking a deep breathe of the workshop’s scent, the scent from the bland, resin released from shavings, glue and vapor of plants. To be the witness how lumber turns into a soul touching musical instrument. Who does not longs for this…
In the workshop of Archdiocese Touristic Center of the Salesianum all of this is possible.
Violin always have got a special attention among the instruments. Its birth was surrounded with mystery. What is this secret? The lumber? The lacquer? The mater’s hands?
Elemér Sümegi’s workshop, in a small building in the court of Archdiocese Touristic Center of the Salesianum, can be visited since 2011. The baroque surrounding, in front of the Archbishop Palace, of the former Bíró – Giczey house or as the residents of Veszrpém known the “bird house” seemingly offered the establishment of the violin making workshop. The visitor can be the witness some workflow: formation of a new violin or cello, even old instrument’s restoration.
The carpenter tool collection from the 19th and early 20th century commemorates former artisan masters in the workshop.
Unusual lessons, group sessions, presentations are available with previous consultation for school-, work groups and group of friends.
Phone number: +36 88/580-528, +36 20 431-8636
Web site: www.szalezianum.hu, www.sumegiviolin.com
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Address: Veszprém, Vár utca 31.
Medical herb garden
The Halimbárium Medical Herb Garden can be found in the inner court, where the medical- and culinary herbs from the Halimba Medical Herb Room can be discovered. Every plant have a description, the visitors can find the origin, spread, beneficial effects and use of some species.
|Address:||8200 Veszprém, Vár utca 31.|
|Date of event:||07/08/2016 - 12/31/2017|
Playing is a joy that we can all claim as eternal children all year round. If you do not believe it, you can see it for yourself! We celebrate dance, arts and our traditions, street music, boystrous children, happiness and the love-bearing summer with festivals. More Shorter
The Festival of Dance opens the events in Spring with the greatest contemporary dance artists in Hungary. The best dance groups and performers enchant the audiences during the days of the festival, which is regarded as a prestige event for the profession. The Gizella Days Festival, one of the largest cultural events of the city, encourages the generations to appreciate and promote our culture and traditions. The festival provides opportunities to perform with the arts ensembles of Veszprém and its twin towns, as well as the art groups of the minorities living here.
In Summer, Veszprém also enjoys its festivals...
Al Dimeola, Paco de Lucia, Bobby McFerrin, Katie Melua … Veszprém is the city where for almost a decade world famous stars have walked our cobblestoned streets. Opera, jazz, soul, swing and instrumental guitar music... Veszprém is the place where the most different musical styles and genres form a coherent entity in the frame of VeszprémFest.
VeszprémFest has become one of the most renowned high quality music events in Hungary, and, like a magnet, has attracted thousands into the majestic atmosphere of Veszprém Castle. The 18th century Baroque style façades and excellent acoustics of the Szentháromság (Holy Trinity) Square are unique props serving the excellent musical experience.
Besides VeszprémFest, there are various other artistic and cultural events, including Folklore Festivities and Best of the World Evenings in August. The Vivace International Choir Festival attracts participants from Japan to Finland and thousands visit the Veszprém Festivities Crafts Fair as well.
Mates, party and rock and roll... the Street Music Festival provides all of these in the middle of the summer, when street performers representing various styles fill the squares of the city centre, tuning, strumming, drumming and singing from dawn to dawn.
Having fun with us... because Veszprém does not think only of the ‘eternal children’! The youngest ones can enjoy the Kabóciádé Children’s Festival, where the empire of the puppets offer treasures to discover and playing is always fun.
We need to play, as we know from Shakespeare “all the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players”. Veszprém is proud to have three theatres where the talents perform on the stages from week to week.
In the city’s 103-year-old stone Petőfi Theatre and in the recently refurbished Bujtor-Latinovits Chamber Theatre exciting plays of contemporary Hungarian and international playwrights are performed by excellent actors and actresses without forgetting the classic pieces. The theatres also tempt visitors with musicals, children’s and other plays offering light entertainment.
The Pannon Theatre has been offering high quality performances for ten years now, not only in their theatre building but also in the culture centres of rural areas, in retro venues or even in the environment of the castles and the fortresses of the Bakony. The theatre has helped to breathe life into and has been organising the Veszprém Spring Festival, the Festival of Dance and also the FüredFest on the shore of Lake Balaton, offering spectacular programmes from spring to autumn.
In our welcoming and family friendly city the little ones are not left out of the theatrical programmes as the Kabóca Puppet Theatre is open for them all year round. Here they can be part of a real company game: the puppet exhibition in the Puppet Den, play groups, adventures, fun guided tours and last but not least the puppet theatre performances provide great fun and entertainment.
We open the gates of the festivals and theatres of Veszprém and invite you kindly with the respect due to kings and queens to enjoy these fabulous and magical happenings!
For more details please click on the continuously refreshed 'Programs' menu!
|Date of event:||01/01/2015 - 12/31/2015|
Veszprém, being a town of traditions, fosters its local traditions, dancers and craftsmen with a fair on the Day of Archangel Michael. Everybody can find something to his or her taste at the fair: quality, handmade crafts, jewellery and laces.
Enjoy the flavours of old times and the amusing programs held in the Castle of Veszprém with your family and your friends!
A detailed programme will be published later!
|Date of event:||09/28/2019 - 09/29/2019|
If november, then it’s time for Bakony Expo again; We can enjoy the goods and gourmandism of the Bakony Hill and the Balaton Uplands trough three days in the Veszprém Aréna. The Bakony Expo invites you and your family on a whole weekend adventure for the 6th time.
Detailed programme later!
|Address:||8200 Veszprém, Külső-Kádártai u.|
|Date of event:||11/08/2019 - 11/10/2019|