ART FOUNDATION … AMATÁR – AMAHÁZ = AMADEUS ART GALLERY

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The Art Foundation Amadeus II. generation of artistic held its Fall’s farewell event along with  the draw of „AMABOOK I. and  II.” also opening an  exhibition at the  AMADEUS Art Gallery

Friday, November, 7. 2014.

District, III. , 14. Veder street – Budapest

 

The invited guests were welcome  by Péter Balogh – President – Board of Trustees and Gábor Borókai – Editor in Chief – “Weekly Answer”.

Pop-up photo exhibition  was organized by Zsuzsanna Kispál and opened  by László Baranyay  founder of the foundation. After the opening ceremony a gathering “We were the AMA House Inhabitants” former and present residents met saying farewell by  leaving  the artist house and at the same time welcoming the new ones arriving to the art colony.

The AMAHÁZ is a new artists studio venue and at the same time holds exhibitions introducing the residential artist colony showing their daily art works. This  evening’s exhibition manager was Zsuzsanna Varga Head AMAHÁZ and Linda Bérczi – host of the series of open studios programs.

AMABOOK II. Presented  the new series of art by Brigitta Muladi.  Later on, among the guests, registered three numbered box set of AMABOOK I and II. a prize was drawn.

During the events connected to the celebration, champagne and inspiring  crunchy-munchy specialities was served, prepared by gastro-artist Susie Matók.

Jean Kórnél dedicated supporter of the Foundation, the owner ECOVIS BUDAPEST Law Firm senior partner was present as well.

The artist house has a huge, yet cosy backyard garden, where after the official program ended the guests could visit the new ARTISTS RESIDENT APARTMENTS  whilst sipping the mouth-watering  hot mulled red wine and munching hot roasted chestnuts on their way.

Update and snaps by Aggie Reiter

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