The Geometry of Sublime
Selection from the Antal-Lusztig and Vass Collections
12 July – 14 September 2014
In the exhibition the history of the 20th Century Hungarian modern and avant-garde art is outlined through the dialogue of two Hungarian art collections. The Geometry of Sublime not merely places the parallel story of the two collections next to each other but explicitly focuses on initiating a dialogue between pure abstraction and traditional nature-depiction through the notion of sublime.
Stories from the past two hundred years of Hungarian fine arts
11 May – 21 September 2014
By presenting a unique selection to the spectators, the exhibition shows chapters from the relation of the fine arts and one of the greatest region of the country and the ground of several stereotypes: the Great Hungarian Plain, the location of Debrecen also. Masterpieces from such artist tell stories about the lowland painting, faith for tradition and progress.