Although the art galleries are still closed, we are not left without cultural experiences in Debrecen. There are several showcase exhibitions across the city for art lovers.
#1 Chinese Lunar New Year Showcase Exhibition (Piac Street 28 / c )
The New Year in China traditionally begins with the Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, which is the most important national even in terms of culture and heritage.
Inspired by the Chinese Lunar New Year and the festival, the Chinese Lunar New Year showcase exhibition opened on February 12th in Debrecen, in the shop window at 28 / c Piac Street. The display is administered by the Confucius Institute of the University of Debrecen, Tianjin Foreign Studies University and by the city. You can admire the works of 39 artists from the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts.
#2 Nest – interactive light installation (Piac utca 67. )
Artist Andrea Sztojánovits’s interactive light installation NIGHTS offers a special visual experience in which sacredness and the scientific worldview meet ancient folk philosophy, providing insight into the sacred mystery of creation and life. Using the medium of augmented reality, you can bring the composition to life with the help of your own mobile phone, accompanied by the special music of Gergely Álmos (mïus). The work can be viewed using the free downloadable Artivive application.
#3 Kirak’Art exhibitions (Piac utca 12., 16., Csapó utca 18.)
The exhibition of photographer Nóra Lévai is on display in the shop window of Nonna Rosa restaurant at 12 Piac utca, while the painter-graphic exhibition of Gabriella B. Nagy is on display in the former café at 16 Piac utca.
In the Beret/hat specialty store, Lili Fazekas’s work is on display, – a student of the Károly Koós Art High School on Csapó utca.
#4 Time of masks – Venetian dream (Hunyadi street 1-3. )
The exhibition Time of Masks – The Dream of Venice awaits those interested in the shop window facing Hunyadi Street in Kölcsey , which presents the latest, self-made works by Károly Nemes, the master of Venetian masks.