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GODDESS I WOMAN – Latest Exhibition – Hopp Ferenc Asian Art Museum – Budapest

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Latest Exhibition:  GODDESS I  WOMAN – Hopp Ferenc Asian Art Museum

Thursday, of May, 10. 2018, the exhibition can be visited until January, 6. 2019.

District, VI., 103. Andrássy Rd. – Budapest

The invited guests were welcomed by Dr. Györgyi Fajcsák – director of the Ferenc Hopp Art Museum of Asia. The exhibition was opened – Alexandra Szalay-Bobrovniczky, Deputy Mayor of Human Resources and Hexc. Rahul Chhabra, India Ambassador to Hungary. The exhibition was unveiled by curator Robert Válóczi –indologist.
During the exhibition opening ceremony, classical elements, dances choreographed “Goddess” syllabus by artists: Somi Panni Bharatanath (South Indian Dance), Saumya Shukla Kathak (Northern Indian Dance), Turi Flower Odyssey (Eastern Indian Dance), Gabriella Tóth Conjuncture (dance of the Ándhra Pradés State).

The main purpose of the new exhibition of the Hopp Museum is to present the various forms of appearance of the Hindu Goddess according to their female role. The majority of objects presented came from the Indian Hopp Museum collection of material, to engage in works that reflect contemporary artists, Abhisék Singh custom visuals, which also focused on the person of the Goddess.

The Déví cult and the traditional female roles in India.

For the Goddess or as it is called in India, the various regional cults associated with Dévi have a long history of the Indian subcontinent. The Déví cult and the traditional female roles in India from the age of the Indus Valley to the 21st century globalized society, the Goddess was worshiped and the inhabitants of India still worship today.

The Goddess, like Hinduism itself, has many faces, and has a different tradition for each face and every form of appearance. Show as the Young Beauty who enchants the gods and mortals alike. Show as the faithful Wife who gently sits on his husband’s lap.Show as the Mother, the Creator of all things and of all living things. But also show as the Wild Warrior who destroys evil and saves the world from destructionn.

At the exhibition each room show the different passionate woman. E.g. the pictures illustrating the love affairs of the Krishna and Radha social taboos placed on the walls of the hall are illustrative examples of how passionate love for God can lead to all Hindu goals of life: the liberation of the everlasting revolutions of the rebirths (samsara).

The opening ceremony ended with the Raga Fusion:  Zoltán Lantos violinist and Pt Rajesh Gangani “table artist” concert. Thereafter the Goddness I Woman  exhibition was open to view.

In addition to the works of art they are presented for the first time QR codes and Augmented Reality (Augmented Reality) with support in contemplation on the subject,

Update  snaps, video by Aggie Reiter

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