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3 exhibitions in one place - Godot Institute of Contemporary Art

A great program for everyone to visit the Goldberger District's impressive factory, where three fantastic artists are exhibiting.

Winner of the Godot Catalyst Award, Andrea Fajgerné Dudás' painted Trabant dressed in a kitchen towel, Annamária Gáspár's latest works and Zoltán Kis-Prumik's surreal world of images will enchant the audience.

And don't forget your worn-out kitchen towels at home, because you can hang them up at Fajgerné's Housewife's Catalyst exhibition. Celebrate the exhibition experience with Fajgerné's individually labelled wine and green tomato jam, available for purchase on site.

Of course, you can also view the big-screen Trabant and even sit inside and watch one of the video works in the exhibition.

Address:Old Buda, 1036 Budapest, Fényes Adolf utca 21.

  • Open until August 14

Opening hours: every day except Monday from 14-19.

Tickets at the entrence.

Free entry for children under 14.


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