ARTPIL Profiles of the Arts
Art Market Budapest
October 12-15, 2017

Art Market Budapest, the international art fair established in 2011 presents a unique artistic composition in one of the most exciting exhibition halls and in one of the culturally most attractive cities in Europe, that, while it features some of the exhibitors welcomed even by the oldest art fairs, gives an emphasized presence to a younger generation of galleries and artists including the now emerging stars of the future. Art Market Budapest defines a new cultural region: Young Europe, where new artistic inspirations and a truly contemporary approach to visual arts are in the focus.

 

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Lali Fuheling, Untitled, 2013 / RawArt Gallery

Alíz Ács / Kata Tranker

Exhibitors having arrived from over 35 countries and an annually growing audience of over 30 thousand international visitors clearly indicate that there is a strong demand in the art world for this artistic platform to bring freshness to the European and global art scene.

Art Market Budapest is also dedicating an entire section and a complete exhibition hall to the art of photography, Art Photo Budapest.

 

Mati Elmaliach / Keren Gueller

Marianne Csáky / Inda Gallery

Nil Harel, Waves, 2017 / Hezi Cohen Gallery

Budapest is one of the fast developing young European capitals of photography with its photographic traditions rooted in the works of such 20th century masters as Moholy–Nagy, André Kertész, Robert Capa, Brassai and others, while a wide range of institutions and initiatives support a new generation of contemporary photographers.

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Art Market Budapest
October 12-15, 2017

Art Market Budapest, the international art fair established in 2011 presents a unique artistic composition in one of the most exciting exhibition halls and in one of the culturally most attractive cities in Europe, that, while it features some of the exhibitors welcomed even by the oldest art fairs, gives an emphasized presence to a younger generation of galleries and artists including the now emerging stars of the future. Art Market Budapest defines a new cultural region: Young Europe, where new artistic inspirations and a truly contemporary approach to visual arts are in the focus.

 

© Art Market Budapest

Lali Fuheling, Untitled, 2013 / RawArt Gallery

Alíz Ács / Kata Tranker

Exhibitors having arrived from over 35 countries and an annually growing audience of over 30 thousand international visitors clearly indicate that there is a strong demand in the art world for this artistic platform to bring freshness to the European and global art scene.

Art Market Budapest is also dedicating an entire section and a complete exhibition hall to the art of photography, Art Photo Budapest.

 

Mati Elmaliach / Keren Gueller

Marianne Csáky / Inda Gallery

Nil Harel, Waves, 2017 / Hezi Cohen Gallery

Budapest is one of the fast developing young European capitals of photography with its photographic traditions rooted in the works of such 20th century masters as Moholy–Nagy, André Kertész, Robert Capa, Brassai and others, while a wide range of institutions and initiatives support a new generation of contemporary photographers.

artmarketbudapest.hu