Where Have All the Flowers Gone, Karina Mendrecky and Katalin Kortmann-Járay, 2023. Foto: Kerekes Z.

The biannual rhythm of the Esterhazy Art Award, since 2009, has consistently celebrated and supported Hungarian artists through awards and accompanying exhibitions in Budapest and Eisenstadt.

Exhibition view at Surrender, Kahan Art Space Vienna, 2022 photo: Kunstdokumentation

Judit Kis is an intermedia artist from Hungary who recently completed a studio residency at Residency Unlimited in New York City. Her video performances and virtual diaries reflect on the experiences.

Nicolás Lamas: Umbral, Longtermhandstand Hall, Budapest, June 25-August 28, 2022

Umbral is a world of unspoken relations, a labyrinth of hybrid objects, a transit zone where one must navigate feelings of déjà vu and fears of looming future events. It can be translated as a threshold or doorstep.

exhibition view

In the endlessly uncertain and volatile state of the past year and a half, personal memory has played the biggest role in survival, alongside the Internet and online communication.

Flóra Kőszeghy

Hungarian artist Flóra Kőszeghy deals with the relationship between the virtual world and reality. She is an architect and artist at the same time. Her works are made unusual by complexity and contradictions.