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Ari S Kupsus … Summer Cultural Season of Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim Chateau – Iszkaszentgyörgy

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You are cordially invited to the opening of the Summer Cultural Season of Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim Chateau  … starting at 5 p.m.

Wednesday, June, 3. 2015.

Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim Chateau – Iszkaszentgyörgy

 

Ari Kupsus Gallery and Ari S Kupsus Salon Concert Society traditionally move from Budapest to countryside for the three summer months.

During this period the art exhibitions and the Salon Concerts will be held in the beautiful Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim chateau situated in the picturesque village of Iszkaszentgyörgy.
The summer season 2015 will be opened on Wednesday, 3rd of June, starting at 5pm when the Representative of the Parliament, Gábor Törö and the State Secretary László L. Simon will have his opening speech followed by the unveiling of the statue of Baron László Amadé (1703-1764), the world-famous poet and one of the builders of our Stately Estate. The statue is made by sculptor Lajos Bíró.

This event will be followed by the exhibition opening of an Hungarian painter Ágnes Szabó. The opening speech will be held by Director of Finnish Cultural Center in Hungary, Finnagora, Mrs Cita Högnappa-Lumikero. After the opening ceremony there will be a concert by Laulu-Suzuki children choir from Helsinki.

After the opening ceremonies wine reception will follow.  All visitors are warmly welcomed to this festive Season Opening event.

 

 

Update by Aggie Reiter

ARI KUPSUS GALLERY’S UPCOMING EXHIBITION AT THE CASTLE ISZKASZENTGYÖRGY!

 

You  are cordially invite  to the Exhibition Opening of works by

Mr. Zoltán Z. Szabó

at

Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim

CASTLE AT ISZKASZENTGYÖRGY

September, 5. 2012  –  6 p.m.

The exhibition will be on view till September, 30, 2012.

 

The first Artists’ Camp organized by Mr. Ari Kupsus was set-up at the historical Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim castle which stands in the picturesque village of Iszkaszentgyörgy. The village of 1,800 inhabitants is located next to Székesfehérvár, at the foot of Iszka Hill which is part of the Bakony mountains. The area has been inhabited for many centuries and was first mentioned in documents in 1193. There were three villages on its area in the Middle Ages: Iszka, Szentgyörgy and Atya. Since 1590 the area has been called Iszkaszentgyörgy (Saint George of Iszka). A legend is attached to the name Szentgyörgy: Saint George defeated the dragon which terrorized the region at the road to Fehérvár. The village is rich in historic relics. Besides agriculture and forestry, handicraft also flourished. There area is also well known for its wines.

The Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim castle was first mentioned in documents in 1735. The first part of the castle complex was built up the same year by the Amadé-family. The visit to the castle and its parks is a journey in the history of art, including all styles from Baroque to the neo-Baroque of the early 20th century. Other spectular sights of the village are the Calvinist and Roman Catholic churches.

It is  believed that this historical building together with the romantic remnants of its formerly glorious English and French baroque gardens inspire artists. The camp offers a great opportunity to work and enjoy the beautiful Hungarian landscape and create arts  together with international artists from all over Europe.

From these donated works some will be donated in turn to the village of Iszkaszentgyörgy to create a special contemporary art collection for the inhabitants of the village.

This exhibition opening will be part of the celebrations of inauguration of the Finnish museum opened by H.E. President of Republic of Finland, Mr Sauli Niinistö  on the same day at 4 p.m.

The exhibition opening will be followed by the contemporary dance show in the garden of the castle, choreography by Ms. Rita Gobi  with her dance group.

 

Z. Szabó Zoltán: Time Wheel, 90x120cm oil on canvas, 2012.

 

The AriKupsus Gallery – Art & Antique

 District VIII.  23/b. Bródy Sándor Street  –  Budapest  

  +36-20-322 0334

ari@arikupsusgallery.com, www.arikupsusgallery.com
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                                                           Update: Aggie Reiter