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Pesti Vigadó   
Budapest V. Vigadó tér 2.
tel.: + 36 (1) 328-3300
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Monday - Sunday: 10.00 - 19.30

Pesti Vigadó exhibitions

Bátai Sándor, Kárpáti Zoltán, Kazinczy Gábor, Király Gábor, Kopócsy Judit, Kovács László, Kovács Péter, Krajcsovics Éva, Molnár Péter, Nádor Tibor, Pápai Miklós, Szarka Csilla, Szalkai Károly, Váli Dezső, Vojnich Erzsébet
Metaphors of the Fragment
19. December 2003. - 25. January 2004.
Curator: Szeifert Judit
Remarks by: Gaál József
Iványi Katalin
18. December 2003. - 25. January 2004.
Remarks by: Feledy Balázs
Bajkó Anikó, Baráth Ferenc, Bukta Imre, Csáki Róbert, Farkas Antal, Havas Bálint, Tóth György
Hungart Scholarship Holders 2002
29. November 2003. - 14. December
Kaponya Judit
28. November 2003. - 14. December
Sárkány Győző
28. November 2003. - 14. December
Végh András
6. November 2003. - 23. November
Simultaneous
Tendencies in Present Time
16. October 2003. - 2. November
Réber László
Memorial Exhibition
25. September 2003. - 12. October
Kovács László
24. September 2003. - 12. October
Szentendre Old Artist Colony
4. September 2003. - 21. September
Dienes Gábor, Katona Zsuzsa
3. September 2003. - 21. September
Workshops, Masters, Schools
Hungarian Ceramic Society
14. August 2003. - 31. August
Zöld Anikó
23. July 2003. - 10. August
Harb József
Memorial Exhibition
2. July 2003. - 20. July
Judy Cassab
11. June 2003. - 29. June
VII. Photo Salon
5. June 2003. - 22. June
Kornis György
28. May 2003. - 8. June
Lipták György
8. May 2003. - 25. May
Veszprémi Imre
17. April 2003. - 4. May
Szyksznian Wanda
9. April 2003. - 27. April
Töreky Ferenc
26. March 2003. - 13. April 2002.
Pirk János
Memorial Exhibition
20. March 2003. - 6. April
Lovász Erzsébet
27. February 2003. - 16. March
Hungarian Sculptors' Association
6. February 2003. - 23. February
Szávoszt Katalin
30. January 2003. - 16. February
Eigel István, Tassy Klára
16. January 2003. - 2. February
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