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Hungarian Treasure | Exhibition Silver from the Nicolas M. Salgo Collection April 6 - October 25, 2015 Metropolitan Museum of Art | Wrightsman Exhibition Gallery 1000 Fifth Ave (at 82nd St) | Main Floor | Gallery 521 FREE with Museum Admission
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Nicolas M. Salgo (1914-2005), a Hungarian native and former United States ambassador to Budapest, was fascinated by the art of the goldsmith in Hungarian culture, collecting pieces that are individual and unique. Hungarian Treasure: Silver from the Nicolas M. Salgo Collection celebrates the gift to The Metropolitan Museum of Art of the major part of the silver collection assembled. About 120 pieces are on show, most dating from the 15th to the late 18th century, representing Hungarian silver at its best. The exhibition is organized by Wolfram Koeppe, the Marina Kellen French Curator of the MET. An extensive web feature is available on the Museum’s website, and a separate biography of Nicolas M. Salgo by Dr. Oliver A. I. Botar, Professor of Art History at the University of Manitoba. This online feature is made possible by the Salgo Trust for Education, New York. For additional information please visit the Museum’s website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts via the hashtag #HungarianTreasure.
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OTHER MYTHS | Contemporary Dance by Jonah Bokaer May 3, 2015 | 2pm | doors 1.30pm May 3, 2015 | 7pm | doors 6.30pm LIGHTBOX | 339 West 38th St TICKETS | General $35 | VIP $120 (includes admission to the afterparty) CLICK HERE for tickets---Other Myths was premiered in June 2014 in Hungary, Bokaer has selected five dancers from Eastern European countries, to challenge the role of political boundaries and call for a community of people and peoples. Each of the performers provided Bokaer with a chosen Carpathian myth from their country, which he had interpreted and structured choreographically, weaving them into a single work designed for the Ludwig Múzeum. The music is by Soundwalk Collective, with field recordings from the Black Sea. There is no décor, and the lighting will be the natural filtering of sun through the windows. Click here for more info.
 
AFTERLIFE | Film Screening As part of  Panorama Europe Film Festival May 30, 2015 | 2pm Museum of the Moving Image | 36-01 35th Ave, Queens  TICKETS | CLICK HERE June 4, 2015 | 7pm Bohemian National Hall | 321 East 73rd St FREE ADMISSIONPanorama Europe 2015 is the 7th edition of this not-to-miss festival of new European cinema (formerly known as Disappearing Act), presented by Museum of the Moving Image and the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC). The festival returns to the Museum of the Moving Image and the Bohemian National Hall with a slate of sixteen new features from May 29 through June 14. As part of the festival the Hungarian Cultural Center presents Afterlife, a coming-of-age tale, directed by Virág Zomborácz. This part tender, part darkly comic ghost story is about a pastor and son with a strained relationship that gets a shot at reconciliation—after the older man’s unexpected death. Afterlife is a surprising, poignant fable from one of the most distinctive new voices in Hungarian cinema. Click here for more info.
 
Hungarian Treasure | Exhibition Silver from the Nicolas M. Salgo Collection April 6 - October 25, 2015 Metropolitan Museum of Art | Wrightsman Exhibition Gallery 1000 Fifth Ave (at 82nd St) | Main Floor | Gallery 521 FREE with Museum Admission---Nicolas M. Salgo (1914-2005), a Hungarian native and former United States ambassador to Budapest, was fascinated by the art of the goldsmith in Hungarian culture, collecting pieces that are individual and unique. Hungarian Treasure: Silver from the Nicolas M. Salgo Collection celebrates the gift to The Metropolitan Museum of Art of the major part of the silver collection assembled. About 120 pieces are on show, most dating from the 15th to the late 18th century, representing Hungarian silver at its best. The exhibition is organized by Wolfram Koeppe, the Marina Kellen French Curator of the MET. An extensive web feature is available on the Museum’s website, and a separate biography of Nicolas M. Salgo by Dr. Oliver A. I. Botar, Professor of Art History at the University of Manitoba. This online feature is made possible by the Salgo Trust for Education, New York. For additional information please visit the Museum’s website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts via the hashtag #HungarianTreasure.
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