In cooperation with the Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists, several large-sized works of 24 fine- and applied artists can be seen in MODEM.
The Panno-Panoramas exhibition, that was opened on the 3rd of July, harps on the boundaries of the classical genre. Heged?s 2. László, for instance, on his nine-pieces series took the story from a modern city legendary, Eszter Csurka presents the three aspects of female bodily experience on her classical oil painting and Gyula Várnai reinterprets a natural phenomena with hologram techniques. We may meet artworks where rather the decorative function dominates and most of all, there are works where the boundary of fine and applied arts grows blurred.
At the opening Gábor Gulyás, director of MODEM and János Halász, state secretary of the Ministry of Natural Resources greeted the guests. With the presence of the curator, Márta Simonffy, the exhibition was opened by Zoltán Rockenbauer, art historian. The show is on view until the 5th of September, in the ground floor exhibition hall of MODEM.