Imaging Korea – Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts – 2016.

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Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts

District, VI., 103. Andrássy Road – Budapest

May, 6. –August, 28. 2016.

The sculptures are made by sculptors hand figment … these photos are taken seen by the eye, which are creations of places, people, buildings to be seen at the garden and inside the Ferenc Hopp Museums by the visitors.

The first station to the traveling exhibition arrived in Budapest.  The press representatives were to see the exhibition before the official opening welcomed  by SEOK Jaehyun – Curator – Professor of Daegu Future College, and the Korean photographers KANG Woongu,  KWON Taegyun, KIM Jungman, PARK Jongwoo, LEE Gapchul, CHO Daeyeon, SEO Heunkang telling the story of Korea.  The touring exhibition begins at Budapest – Hungary, also will be presented in six other European countries, Germany, Poland, Belgium, Kazakhstan, Spain, and  naturally in Korea.

The Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts was founded by Ferenc Hopp (1833-1919). He was a former wealthy optician, world traveller, art patron and art collector. The museum displays his own Oriental collection, which numbered 4000 items, containing Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Tiberian and Mongolian statues, paintings, ceramics, sculptures, embroideries. To-day, there are over 20000 items out on display, with an emphasis on medieval Japanese arts and Chinese bronze and porcelain items. Ferenc Hopp’s mansion is used as a temporary exhibition hall for Eastern arts.

Enjoy the „IMAGING KOREA -Beyond the People, Land and Time” snaps taken at the venue and having interest, mark a date in your calender to hit the road to  the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts.

Opening hours: Tuesday–Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Ticket prices:

1000HUF – Full price (adult)

500HUF – Student ticket (age 6-26), pensioner’s ticket (age 62-70

2300HUF – Family ticket (2 adults and their children)

500HUF – Photo ticket

3000HUF – Video ticket

Update and snaps by Aggie Reiter

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