Experience New Online 'Artonomy' Exhibition @ Műcsarnok, Budapest

  • 3 Apr 2021 8:41 AM
Experience New Online 'Artonomy' Exhibition @ Műcsarnok, Budapest
The selection faithfully reflects today’s complex departures from the dominant styles, the rich tapestry of diverse artistic attitudes, conceptions and modes of expression existing side-by-side with one another.

This event creates an exciting opportunity for professionals and the public alike to discover the common tendencies and the differences that emerge from the diversity of the works on display.

Everyone will find something that makes a lasting impression among the works in this broad palette of styles and genres ranging from monumental, robust sculptures to delicate and airy graphic artworks, from streamlined geometric abstraction to works infused with humour and baroquely intense figurative compositions.

Check out  the virtual tour here.

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