Posted May 16, 2016

Bigger Better Budapest

If you want to understand Budapest, buy a subway ticket. The oldest electrified metro line in continental Europe lies below the Hungarian capital, running parallel to one of the youngest.

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Posted January 28, 2016

Come taste Budapest and see the art scene with ArtGallery73!

The city of Budapest is divided into many districts and each has to offer something exciting like coffees, museums and theaters. The Eight's district if getting the attention with its Greenwich Village like feel. Our gallery can even introduce you to the artist who designed the Matrjoska restaurant.

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Posted December 27, 2015

The 15 Most Influential Art World Cities of 2015

There are many ways to take stock of influence in the art world—critical reception, popularity, and market prowess are among them. As the art world continues to expand, that becomes all the more difficult. We’re in a moment of regionalization—with art scenes thriving in São Paulo, Singapore, and Istanbul—as much as we are in one of consolidation around the global financial capitals of New York and London, with a core contingent of the art world making a yearly migration, crisscrossing the globe to visit them all

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Posted October 8, 2015

Budapest Design Week

In the midst of the Migration Crisis, Hungarian artists continue to express their talents and needs to communicate their craft. Travel with us to Hungary this Fall to give you a taste of Contemporary Eastern European Art.

http://designweek.hu/2015/

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Posted February 19, 2015

Hungarian Impressionist - Istvan Csok

What does Mary Cassatt, Renoir, Claude Monet and Toulouse Lautrec has in common? They were all living and painting at the same time as Istvan Csok was working in Paris, but no one knows about him, while all the others are common household names. I am inviting you to discover this great artist of the 19th century and discover his work.

 

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Posted February 11, 2015

Art Market Outlook 2015

 “A 10 year old bubble about to become even bigger”, and so it did. Auction sales reached new heights in 2014 on the back of a further increase in sales for the Post-war & Contemporary, Impressionist and Modern and Old Master art market, despite a 9% decline in sales for the Chinese art market. Sotheby’s and Christie’s raised a total of $9.6 billion across these four collecting genres, a significant increase of 26% from 2013.

Mark Rothko
NO. 1 (ROYAL RED AND BLUE)
Estimate
$35,000,00050,000,000
LOT SOLD. 75,122,500 USD (Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium)
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Posted February 11, 2015

It is a Fine Time to Invest in Art

  1. More people than ever are bying art for investment purposes.
  2. That increases demand for high quality art.
  3. Good news for ArtGallery73
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Posted November 5, 2014

Contemporary Sculptor - Attila Rajcsok

Attila Rajcsok is one of the upcoming contemporary sculptor of Hungary.  He works together in a collective artist’s community at an old Shoe Factory in Budapest. His newest exhibition is titled "Time Layers" showcases his talent to transform cold steel into something organic and fluid.

 

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Posted August 9, 2014

Steve Jobs Sculpture, unveiled

Steve Jobs sculpture unveiled 2011

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