Léna & Roselli Gallery will take part in the eleventh edition of Art Market Budapest, the most important international fine arts fair in Central and Eastern Europe and Hungary’s largest art exhibition.
The eleventh edition of Art Market Budapest
This year Art Market Budapest will take place between October 7th and 10th and, in an unusual way, the Whale building will host the event.
The event, which is attended by tens of thousands of people and is held annually, this time hosts about 120 exhibitors from nearly thirty countries.
More than five hundred artists and thousands of works can be viewed and purchased in the exhibition area of about 7,000 square meters set up in the building.
Among the numerous accompanying programs for the large-scale art festival, there will be Art Photo Budapest, the only international photography fair in Central and Eastern Europe, an international art conference called Inside Art, and the New Visegrád Photography photo exhibition.
This year, Art Market Budapest – within its wide selection – focuses on Central Europe, and especially on the art of the Visegrád countries (Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia).
The series of programs, complemented by exhibitions and events at external venues, will be organized into a festival called Visegrád Contemporary.
Léna & Roselli Gallery at booth G901
This year you will find Léna & Roselli Gallery at booth G901 with some of the most remarkable artists that the gallery has represented.
Stay tuned to find out the names of the artists!
Be.more.contemporary: an innovative public art exhibition
In the frame of Art Market Budapest, Léna & Roselli Gallery will also take part in be.more.contemporary, an exceptional public art exhibition.
It was born from the meeting of JCDecaux (a multinational corporation known for its advertising systems, billboards, and street furniture) and Art Market Budapest, both committed to excellence, innovation, and imparting values.
This exemplary collaboration between one of the world’s major outdoor advertising agencies and the leading art fair in Central and Eastern Europe is making the proximity and enjoyment of contemporary art almost a part of everyday life, and easily accessible to hundreds of thousands.
Léna & Roselli Gallery for the be.more.contemporary exhibition will present the works of the Hungarian sculptor Boldi and of the Hungarian painter Mózes Incze.