1st April– 31st October
Tuesday-Sunday 10.00 am -6.00 pm
1st November – 31st March
Tuesday-Sunday 9.00 am-4.00 pm
14 Bocskai str. Hajdúszoboszló
+36 52 362-165
Student, Senior citizen 200.-HUF/person
The Modern International Museum is the youngest of Hajddúszoboszló’s cultural institutions.
The Modern International Museum opened to the public in 1996 initiated by József Kádár, artist.
The founder of the Modern International Museum was József Kádár graphic artist, photographer, painter and sculptor who spend a period of his life at Hajdúszoboszló between 1939 and 1954. The artist, who was born in Debrecen, was introduced to modern art and electro – graphics during his stay in Paris. The diverse material includes multiple trends, a number of genres and a variety of techniques, covering the period between the early XX. century and the present day – paintings, sculptures, collages, unique and duplicated graphic art, electro-graphic art, (art electro-images), computer- graphics, contemporary art post-mail-art, livres objets (book-object), recup’art, photographs etc.
The Museum presents the national and international contemporary art from the early 20. century to the present day. In summer music events enrich the exhibition, and the sculptures located in the park also serve with a unique experience to those interested in modern art. In the garden of the museum the sculptures of László Győri, István Ezsiás, Mihály Schéner, László Szabó, and György Rácz may be seen.
Currently available exhibition
Alongside with Picasso, Le Corbusier, Braque and Vasarely, the permanent exhibition of contemporary Hungarian geometric artists may be visited. The permanent exhibition of Gyögy Rácz may also be viewed.
In addition to the permanent exhibition visitors may view temporary exhibitions from the most significant contemporary artists like István Haraszty, Ilona Keserű, Mihály Schéner, etc.
Pictures about the Modern International Museum
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