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The 1st Budapest International Art Show
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The 1st Budapest Internation Art Show is organized by the TERAVARNA Art Gallery in Los Angeles, USA in close cooperation with the Golden Duck Gallery. The exhibtion will be held in May 20th -June 20th 2023 by the banks of the River Danube in the heart of downtown Budapest, just a short walking distance from the historic Hungarian Parliament Building.

The grand opening will take place on June 3rd at 5 p.m.
At this event, you can meet with the founders of both galleries and artists from different countries, listen to amazing live music, take part in cultural programs, and just relax and have fun!
Entry is free!

The theme of the 1st Budapest International Art Show is OPEN. Any and all subjects are welcome under this category, and all of our current themes also qualifies under this. 

All types of visual arts will be considered, including but not limited to Painting & Mixed Media, Photography & Digital, and Sculpture & 3D Installation.

Winning artists from this open call will be invited to participate to show and sell their artworks at the 1st Budapest International Art Show. There are no costs associated with the exhibition.

So get ready to immerse yourself in a world of imagination and creativity as we showcase the works of 77 artists from 31 countries, who made it to the finals of our International juried art exhibition. With over 1000 participants, the selection process was as rigorous as it was diverse, resulting in an exhibition that is truly one of a kind.

As you walk through the gallery, you will be transported to different parts of the world, each artwork offering a glimpse into the artist's cultural background and personal experiences.

Come join us for a truly unforgettable experience, and witness the beauty and diversity of the human imagination. The 1st Budapest International Art Show in Budapest is here, and we can't wait to share it with you!

2023

Exhibition dates: 

May 20th - June 20th

Grand opening:

June 3rd, 5 p.m.

1092 Budapest, Ráday u. 31/b

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