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'Do Not Sit Down': Inês d'Orey's Photographic Elegy on Tokyo's Disappearing Architectural Heritage

'Do Not Sit Down': Inês d'Orey's Photographic Elegy on Tokyo's Disappearing Architectural Heritage

Corn Yard: Twin Brothers Nik & Jon Daughtry's Self-Build Homes of Industrial Elegance

Corn Yard: Twin Brothers Nik & Jon Daughtry's Self-Build Homes of Industrial Elegance

Nordic Craftsmanship Reinvented: The New Restaurant of Stockholm's Nationalmuseum

Nordic Craftsmanship Reinvented: The New Restaurant of Stockholm's Nationalmuseum

Akelarre Hotel Marries Architectural Fineness with Culinary Excellence in San Sebastián, Spain

Akelarre Hotel Marries Architectural Fineness with Culinary Excellence in San Sebastián, Spain

The Subtle Playfulness of Studio ETN's Minimalist Apartment in Jaffa, Israel

The Subtle Playfulness of Studio ETN's Minimalist Apartment in Jaffa, Israel

Frida Kahlo, The Broken Column (1944). Courtesy Museo Dolores Olmedo

  • Budapest, Szent György tér 2, 1014 Hungary

  • Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery

  • HUF 1,800 / Reduced HUF 900

  • Tue–Sun 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

05 July - 04 November, 2018

Frida Kahlo: Masterpieces from the Collection of the Museo Dolores Olmedo

Budapest, Hungary

Showcasing more than thirty paintings and other works by the legendary artist Frida Kahlo thanks to the kind generosity of the Museo Dolores Olmedo, Mexico City, and several other important Mexican collections.

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