The Ludwig Museum is an important center of contemporary art in Budapest. The museum regularly hosts temporary exhibitions of contemporary artists, organizes cultural events and aims to take closer today’s art to young people. Its collection includes important pieces of American pop-art. They have now an ongoing exhibition from 16 February to April 1, 2018 of the works of the Israeli-born artist, Rafael Y. Herman.

“The exhibition presents recent works by Rafael Yossef Herman known for creating his work with the hidden existence of the night’s darkness. By observing this large scale photographic installation, the Israel-born artist’s representation of the nocturnal world may look like daylight to the viewer. Encapsulating imperceivable or imaginary realities Herman examines the limits of surreality and timeless reality. In a sense he is researching virtuality.” /ludwigmuseum.hu/

In addition, in March visitors may have the chance to meet the artist in person. On 8 March at 6:00 pm there will be a conversation and book signing with him and his friends. Program is visitable with a valid ticket for the exhibition. Due to international woman’s day, the entrance is free for ladies.

And on March 11 at 7:00 pm, you may participate in an exclusive guided tour with the artist.

His guided tour will be conducted in English. You can take part in it with a valid ticket for the exhibition.

Ticket price: about 5,- EUR