The surrealist movement from Magritte to Dalí
Place:Budapest, Hungarian National Gallery
Ends on 31/Oct/2019
The magnificent surrealism exhibition of the Hungarian National Gallery focuses on the year 1929, a time in the history of the movement rich in exciting events and artistic conflicts. It provides an impressive overview of the work of the most influential artists like Salvador Dalí, Max Ernst, Joan Miró, Yves Tanguy, René Magritte and Pablo Picasso. Created in collaboration with Centre Pompidou, the exhibition will mostly feature a selection of the fascinating collection of the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris.