Exhibition – Article for Week 6 Feb – 12 Feb, 2020
On this page of our site we will present the most interesting exhibitions in our opinion that take place in the museums of the world. Exhibitions that all interested art lovers are required to know. Art is a huge mosaic spanning from prehistory to the present day. It accompanies man from the beginning of his existence because it is that creative expression that in the art-work captures the mental state, emotions, ideas and visualization of the artist and will always be important in human life because of the magnetism it causes to human emotions by stimulating them.
NEW YORK (USA)
Alfred Jarry: The Carnival of Being
In the Morgan Library & Museum of New York takes place the
exhibition which is dedicated to the groundbreaking French writer Alfred Jarry
(1873-1907). He played a crucial role in the transition from the 19th
century avant-garde to the emergent modernist movements of the early 20th
century. He was an inspiration for Dada and Surrealism and a touchstone for the
Theatre of the Absurd. Jarry is most renowned for his play Ubu roi and the
legend of its sensational premiere in 1896.
January 24 – May 10, 2020
The Call of the East Japanism as Reflected in the Prints of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
The Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest celebrates the 150th
anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Hungary with two
exhibitions, Besides Treasures from Budapest, which opened in the National
Art Center in Tokyo two months ago and will run through early March, a
Chamber exhibition can be seen in the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest focusing
on the influence of Japanese woodcuts on the West, and primarily, on Artists in
the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.
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