Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts Gallery showing at Brafa Art Fair

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The Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts Gallery is representing Hungary for the 14th time at the Brafa Art Fair, one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious, running from June 19-26 at the Brussels Expo. The fair, created in 1956, is famous for the high-quality fine art, antiques, modern and contemporary art, and design it offers.

The Kálmán Makláry stand will showcase the paintings of Judit Reigl, Simon Hantai, and Francois Fiedler, alongside Hungarian and Korean contemporary artists. It is the sole gallery representing Hungary.

 

“The most important thing is to preserve the values of the fair: the quality and authenticity of the works, the diversity of styles and eras, the elegant and refined atmosphere,” said Beatrix Bourdon, the managing director of the fair.

 

The 67th Brafa Art Fair will feature 115 galleries from 15 countries. Everything from archeology to contemporary art will be on show, including painting, furniture, sculpture, jewelry, tribal art, design, comics, and more.

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