BODY MASKS Exhibition / Budapest Spring Festival Kiscelli Museum

The BODY MASKS exhibition of Kiscelli Museum, organised as part of the Budapest Spring Festival and available to view between 2 May and 25 June, showcases costumes as autonomous visual means of expression.

It features works by three female artists who are fluent in the special language of the theatre and treat costumes as animatable shells speaking a visual language, as movable and variable soft sculptures.  

For our three MOME alumni, visual designers Zsófia Bérczi, Fruzsina Nagy and Edit Szűcs theatre costumes are autonomous means of visual communication.  

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Official programme description of the Budapest Spring Festival

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