Continuing the series of Hungarian artists at the National Gallery, the exhibition on Gyula Derkovits showcases Hungary’s proletariat avant-garde from the early 20th century. Derkovits may have lived a short[...]
Scaling the metallic stairway up into Budapest Art Factory, the view from the top looks out onto the industrial complex in District XIII. On first appearances, the warehouse-turned-studio blends into[...]
Imre Pákh, a Hungarian-American art collector, has the world’s biggest privately owned collection of some 50 paintings by the great Hungarian artist Mihály Munkácsy (1844-1900). In the context of the[...]
Three boys, black-hatted, black-coated, hands in their pockets, stand facing the camera in the old black-and-white photograph illustrating the front cover of András Kepes’ The Inflatable Buddha. All three are[...]
Tokaj wine is synonymous with luxury, having earned its name as the “wine of kings, the king of wine” for its presence in royal cellars and reputation for quality, so it’s unsurprising that it has become Hungary’s proudest export.