Budapest offers to explore the history of beauty and death

Victor Vasharheli  2 December 2012 15:59  10625724 026284
Budapest offers to explore the history of beauty and death

Budapest showrooms presented the audience two radically different exhibitions. However, both of them, according to experts, play a significant role in the cultural life of the world.

The first one is deployed in the Museum of Fine Arts (1146 Budapest Dózsa György út 41), and this is the exhibition of paintings by Paul Cázanne.  This time, the residents of the capital and its guests can see more than 80 paintings, drawings and watercolors of the famous French impressionist. Since the exhibition is devoted not only to the works of the great master, but also to the source of his inspiration, the exhibition presents paintings, sculptures, plaster casts, prints and illustrated books by masters of 16-19 centuries.  Exhibits for the Budapest vernissage were provided by leading world museums and private collectors. A successful combination, recognized by leading professional publications, will be open for viewing until February 17 next year.

The second exhibition, placed in a glass palace (Budapest, a Vörösmarty tér, 1), has an eloquent title "Murder." Criminals, who were in jail under special public attention: Erzhybet Bathory, Dracula, Al Capone ... The exhibition, equipped with the newest 3D technology on 1000 square meters in 23 rooms, aims to analyze the causes of committing the biggest and most famous crimes in the world.  You will have the chamce to explore the history of murder until May 31 next year.

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