New exhibition celebrates 70 years of China-Hungary ties
Four artists from Hungary are presenting a group exhibition in Shanghai titled Art Comes to Life to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Chinese-Hungarian diplomatic relations.
The exhibition, which started on Sep 11 and will end on Oct 10, is being held at the Duolun Museum of Modern Art and is jointly presented by the Hungarian Consulate and the museum.
Paintings by Barakonyi Zsombor capture the cosmopolitan quality and peculiar timelessness of urban living and Borsi Flora's photos provide a glimpse of the innovative characteristics of Hungary through a fantasy, dreamlike world.
Ban Sarolta's works are about the emotional sensitivity of the younger generation, revealing how hard it is to cope with life in the 21st century, while Marcus Goldson, a Kenya-born artist who has made Budapest his home for more than 20 years, is showcasing his works which capture the essence of what it means being a Budapester.