Central European Research Institute for Art History

The Central European Research Institute for Art History (KEMKI) was established in 2021 as an affiliate of the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest. Our mission is to strengthen Hungary's academic discourse and represent Hungarian art and art history at a high standard globally by initiating and implementing locally focused, regional and international research projects and collaborations connected to art-historical issues.

The first part of ArtMargins’ Resonances Special Issue is Out!

A thematic selection of papers from our regional collaborative research project, Resonances, which concluded in 2023, has been published in the online edition of ArtMargins.

World-Famous World-Archives – László Beke 80

Presentation and discussion

#László Beke #archives #research presentation 2024.05.23. 17:00

Crisis or bloom? Debates on Art in the 1980s

Institutional system under the radar: with Gábor Andrási, Tamás Török and Tibor Várnagy

#the 80s presentation 2024.04.30. 18:00

Equal and Unequal

Lecture on Josef and Anni Albers by Nicholas Fox Weber, cultural historian, Bauhaus scholar and Executive Director of The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation

#Bauhaus #emigration #Albers Foundation presentation 2024.03.20. 17:30 - 19:30
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