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Seven Towers Festival! 2017

Exhibition opened in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.

Exhibition opened in Kaposvár at the Árpád Együd Cultural Centre

Special edition of Országépítő

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Seven Towers Festival! 2017

Upon its launch, the first Seven Towers Festival was inspired by the message of the Hungarian pavilion designed by Imre Makovecz for the Expo ’92 in Seville. The same message inspired the topics of the 2017 festival.

Visitors to this year’s Seven Tower Festival could enjoy a programme comprising 100 artists, 9 exhibitions, 16 concerts, film screenings and literature events. Festival events were staged in Budapest, Csíkszereda (Miercurea Ciuc, Romania), Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca, Romania), Szigetvár, Vienna (Austria), Makó, Zalaegerszeg, Paks and Siófok between 9 and 20 November 2017.

Further details and the full programme schedule are available at the festival’s home page at:
Seven Towers Festival

Exhibition opened in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.

“Hungarian Days” is an event staged annually in Nizhny Novgorod since 2012. The event is organized in cooperation with honorary consul Elada Nagornaya and the Hungarian Institute of Moscow. Following the Moscow exhibition’s success, the opening event this year was the exhibition titled “…connecting sky and earth”, presenting the drawings and buildings of Imre Makovecz. The HAA’s Makovecz exhibition is hosted at the National Centre of Contemporary Arts from 8 June to July 2 2017.

Exhibition curator; keynote speech: Lőrinc Csernyus, architect, academic.

Tamás Gergely Kucsera, Secretary General of the Hungarian Academy of Arts, opened the exhibition.

Exhibition opened in Kaposvár at the Árpád Együd Cultural Centre

A conference commemorating Imre Makovecz was held on the opening day.

A unique event was the rerun of a lecture given by Imre Makovecz in Kaposvár 40 years ago, this time delivered by actor Csaba Hüse.

The exhibition was opened by mayor Károly Szita and Prof. emeritus György Fekete, chairman of the Hungarian Academy of Arts.

The exhibition runs through 29 July.

Special edition of Országépítő

A special edition of Országépítő [Country Builder], a periodical issued by the Károly Kós Association, published the complete materials of the “Makovecz 80”conference held in November 2015. The publication was sponsored by the Imre Makovecz Foundation.

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