Tibor Hajas exhibition on Tibetan mysteries – Budapest

Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Art
District, VI., 103 Andrássy Road – Budapest.


For a guided tour need at least one week in advance to apply.

Opening hours 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

For just another month – April, 14. 2019, “On the Other Side of Intermediate State”.

The exhibition attempts to present the relationships of the last period of Tibor Hajas, the young man who died in tragic circumstances. Was a kinda of a rebel and it also reflects in his Tibetan Buddhism art, and in discovering new spiritual heights through the works.

“Titled On the Other Side of the Intermediate State, the exhibition is a one-off event with a shorter timeframe than most temporary shows at the Hopp. Adding to its exclusivity, according to contractual obligations some images taken of Hajas by photographer János Vető will be destroyed after the exhibition ends. This alone should provide reason enough to go and see part of the Hajas legacy while it is still on view to the public” … adapted from Hopp Museum

The exhibition is not recommended for visitors under 18 years of age! Certain sections feature sound and visual effects that some visitors may find disturbing.

Ticket prices: adult – 1200HUF, student age 6-26 – 600HUF, pensioner’s age 62-70 – 600HUF

Special attention to the professional roundtable discussion will be in Hungarian language and take place on April, 12. 2019., at the Schickedanz Hall of the Museum of Fine Arts, including the philosopher Tillman JA, Miklós Székely art historian, curator of the Hajas Archive, and Tibor Palkovics, manager of the Hamvas legacy. as well as the Physique concert announced at the Open Workshop with the participation of Tibor Szemző, László Gőz and István Kovács Tickmayer, composer-pianist living in France.



Update Aggie Reiter

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