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The current exhibition of the Ani Molnár Gallery: 
Veronika Jakatics-Szabó: Supra urbem 
Exhibition opening: 14 October, 2015  
Opened by: Gábor Takács, art historian 
On view until: 27 November, 2015, Tue to Fri, 12pm-6pm    
Downloadable documents:
invitation cardPRnewsletter 

The next exhibition of the Ani Molnár Gallery:  
Dénes Farkas: 'of places no longer being separated' 
Exhibition opening: 2 December, 2015, Wednesday 6.00 p.m. On view until: 12 February, 2016.                  
The exhibition is opened by Krisztina Szipőcs, art historian. 
invitation card and PR can be downloaded. 

We are pleased to announce that in 2015 the project of Kinga German art historian and Szilárd Cseke , artist of Ani Molnár Gallery entitled ‘Sustainable Identities’  is going to represent Hungary at the 56th Venice Biennale.  
Our relevant newsletter is available here. You can find an interview by Ernő P. Szabó with the artist and the curator published in ÚM Online below.


Marcell Esterházy, Péter Forgács, Gábor Gerhes: Meaning 
curator: Emese Mucsi 
On view: 2 December, 2015 - 12 February, 2016 
Capa Center, Budapest 
News about the artists of the gallery

Péter Forgács 
A Brief History of the Future, film screening (Péter Forgács: Hunky Blues, The Maelstrom. A Family Chronicle), Louvre, Paris, 28 November, 2015
Marcell Esterházy, Péter Forgács, Gábor Gerhes: Meaning, Capa Centre, Budapest, 17 November, 2015 -  13 March, 2016
Ludwig 25. The Contemporary Collection, Ludwig Museum, 13 November, 2014 – 31 December, 2015 
Dénes Farkas 
From Explosion to Expanse. Estonian Contemporary Photography 1991-2015, curator: Anneli Porri, Tartu Art Museum, Tartu, Estonia, 20 November, 2015 - 28 February, 2016. 
Proyecto para un texto/ Project for a Text, Pepe Espaliú Art Centre, Córdoba, Spain, 2 October - 6 December, 2015 
Emese Benczúr
'Siliconvalse. Hungarian Reality', curator: Adam Dominik, House of the Lords of Kunstat, Brno, Czech Republic, 8 September - 1 November, 2015 
Ludwig 25. The Contemporary Collection, Ludwig Museum, 13 November, 2014 – 31 December, 2015 
Marge Monko 
'There is Absolutely No Cause for Alarm' at Unseen Festival, De Punt Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 18-27 September, 2015 
Winner of the scholarship of the Artist Residency in International Studio & Residency Program in New York 
Szilárd Cseke 
'Beyond the Foreground', group exhibition at the Italian Institute of Culture, Budapest, curated by Sabino Maria Frassá. Opening: 8 October, 2015 
'Siliconvalse. Hungarian Reality', curator: Adam Dominik, House of the Lords of Kunstat, Brno, Czech Republic, 8 September - 1 November, 2015 
'Sustainable Identities', 56th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy, 9 May - 22 November, 2015  
Ottó Vincze 
Optimized Long Distance Relationship, Ferenczy Museum, Szentendre, 2 July - 4 October, 2015 
Ungarische Kunst aus Szentendre, Donauschwäbisches Zentralmuseum Ulm, 9 October, 2015 - 27 March, 2016  
Veronika Jakatics-Szabó 
Memoir, Raiffeisen Gallery, Budapest, Curator: István Hajdú, 22 June - 14 September 2015 
Winner of the Derkovits Gyula Scholarship 2015 

Éva Mayer 
Áramkör 3. (Circuit 3.), Magyar Elektrográfiai Társaság (Hungarian Elektrographic Company), Gogol 9 Gallery, Budapest, 10 July - 4 September, 2015 
(N)omen, Slovak National Museum- Museum of the Hungarian Culture in Slovakia, Bratislava, 21 October, 2015 – 1 January, 2016.   
Emese Benczúr, Szilárd Cseke, Péter Gálhidy, Ottó Vincze, Veronika Jakatics-Szabó, Éva Mayer, Péter Mátyási, György Szász, András Ernszt 
Overture Hungary - Imago Mundi exhibition, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, 31 August - 1 November, 2015, participating artists