Budapest Panorama


Óbuda Shipyard Island (Hajógyári-sziget)

SZIGET Festival

MUSIC, PARTY, FRIENDS – The Republic of Sziget Festival opens its borders a week later than usual, but packed as ever with new features, updates and even more spectacular gigs.


Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art


Guglielmo Achille Cavellini's art, conceptual self-promotion, ‘conquered’ the whole world through the network of correspondence art: hundreds of works literally praising Cavellini, as well as Cavellini homage actions and events came into being.


Margaret Island Open-air Stage


Presented in dance, the peasant revolt led by György Dózsa 500 years ago is a landmark event in the history of Hungary.  A suggestive vision of the past it evokes the common fate of Hungarians.


Museum of Fine Arts

The World of Toulouse-Lautrec

The exhibition plans to present the Parisian settings and people connected to Toulouse-Lautrec in thematic groups, allowing for the portrayal of the scenes of public and private life, individuals vs. types and the examination of the boundaries between popular and elitist art.


Margaret Island Water Tower

Bin-Jip Jazzy - Tower-concert

Three young musicians are behind the odd-sounding name Bin-Jip.
They took their time to go official. Before their first public appearance in 2010 they worked for more than a year perfecting their tunes, which can be described as more eclectic, modern and experimental than their previous projects, while still remaining song-centric.


Vajdahunyad Castle

Budapest Bar

Vajdahunyad Castle Summer Festival

Expertly orchestrated Gypsy music – old film music and world hits, chansons and pop songs in a bar mood. Selection from the group’s recordings.


Hungarian National Gallery

DERKOVITS. The Artist and His Times

As part of the ongoing series at the Hungarian National Gallery dealing with the life's works of outstanding Hungarian artists, this exhibition presents the art of one of the major figures from the period between the wars, Gyula Derkovits (1894-1934). The significance of Derkovits was recognized even by the critics, collectors and museum experts of his own age.