Miklós Somos graduated from the Hungarian College of Fine Arts in 1957.
The permanent exhibition portraying the history of Pesti Vigadó and the building that once stood in its place called Redoute has been open since 27th May 2017. Come and explore Pesti Vigadó’s past! The following tickets are valid for this exhibition: walk-around ticket and combined ticket.
One of the tasks of the Hungarian Academy of Arts is to esteem, support and encourage Hungarian artists including middle-aged generations with a significant life work and also young talents at the beginning of their career.
Selection from the Fine Arts Collection of József Katona Museum of Kecskemét
The “revolution of reoccupation” having taken place among the 21st century Transylvanian high nobility, as far as their former castles are concerned, is both unique and fable-like.
Pál Gerzson (1931–2008, honorary posthumous member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts) used to be an outstandingly original figure of Hungarian painting in the second half of the 20th century
Vigadó is looking forward to your visit! Explore the breathtaking inner spaces and the history of this beautiful building, which is classified as one of Budapest’s historic monuments. The unparalleled panoramic view from the building is likewise a must-to-see for tourists.