'World Art Nouveau Day' Celebrated in Budapest, 9 – 10 June

  • 3 Jun 2018 7:58 AM
'World Art Nouveau Day' Celebrated in Budapest, 9 – 10 June
Every year since 2013 this special cultural day has been celebrated in Hungary. It's an annual occasion when institutions from all over the world join together to create a series of events to showcase this unique art scene of the turn of the century.

Guided tours in English:

9 June, 4 pm, - Lechner, Lajta and friends – in the footsteps of Hungarian Art Nouveau in Budapest (KÉK Urban Walks)

10 June, 12 am - Gems of Budapest – city walk in the spirit of Art Nouveau (Imagine Budapest)

Participation in all events is free of charge but is subject to registration. 

Click here to register

More from the organisers:


This year the theme proposed by Réseau Art Nouveau Network, an international organisation for the popularization of Art Nouveau, is "My favourite Art Nouveau Architect".

The special event of the programme series is an international exhibition of the Art Nouveau art of the region, that can be viewed at a time by the members of the Interreg Danube Transnational Programme (Belgrade, Bucharest, Budapest, Ljubljana, Oradea, Sofia, Subotica, Szeged, Vienna, and Zagreb).

The exhibition “Waves of Art Nouveau – Architecture in the Danube Region” can be visited free of charge in FUGA in Budapest from 30 May to 18 June 2018. On the occasion of the World Day, further weekend programs, Art Nouveau city walks, guided tours in the exhibition and family sessions will be organised for the public on 9–10 June 2018.Photo: imm.hu

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