In addition to programs dedicated to the great masters of fine art, the Wine Wednesday evenings of the Hungarian National Gallery (MNG) will feature wines from renowned Hungarian wineries on Wednesday evenings in July and September.
Wine Wednesdays, the most popular summer program series of the Hungarian National Gallery, will, for the eleventh time, offer an unusual museum program for art lovers from July 6th, the Hungarian National Gallery announced in a statement sent to MTI.
This year’s Wine Wednesdays are all about the great artists, with each evening focusing on Csontváry and Gulácsy, Szinyei and Ferenczy, Munkácsy and Mednyánszky, Courbet, Monet, and Renoir.
On Wine Wednesday evenings, the MNG offers exhibitions, guided tours and lectures, live music, wine tasting, and a panoramic view from the Buda Castle Palace, according to the press release.
This summer, participants of Wine Wednesdays can see several special exhibitions: on the evenings in July, they can visit Art Deco Budapest. Posters, Lifestyle and the City (1925–1938), Dancing 1925 – Hungarian Artists in Parisian Nightlife and Towards the Ideal. Belgian Symbolist Sculpture in the Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts.
In addition to the museum programs, this July’s Wine Wednesdays will feature wines from the Somszög Winery in Tokaj, the Pannonhalma Archabbey Winery, the Laposa Winery in Badacsony, and the Androsics Estate in South Balaton, while in September the wines of the Sauska Winery in Villány and the Etyek Winery will be the main attractions.
On each of the evenings, the staff of Wine Wednesday’s professional partner, Wine Portrait (BorPortré), will be in conversation with representatives of the invited wineries.
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