Budapest Art Week ahead
Budapest Art Week opens on April 9 as part of the Budapest Spring Festival, offering a number of exhibitions and a huge variety of programs for visitors, according to bpartweek.hu.
Visitors will have the chance to discover art in museums, exhibition halls, galleries and ateliers. During the six-day program, institutions will operate with longer opening hours and in new venues.
Programs include an interactive walk in the Vasarely Museum, guided tours in English at the Psychiatric Art Collection of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, a cellar-to-attic walk in the former home of influential Hungarian theater actress Gizi Bajor, and a guided tour with artist Dóra Maurer at the Mai Manó House of Photography.
Detailed programs and ticket information are available at the website of Budapest Art Week.
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