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The hotel launches seasonal program series, called
ARTrium Nights by The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest

BUDAPEST, 7th July 2017  – The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest announced of the launch of a special program series, called ARTrium Nights by The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest, where the hotel will provide Hungarian artists  with the opportunity to showcase their creativity and talents.

The first edition of the series, which showcased Márta Kucsora’s “INEVITABLE FIELDS” exhibition by Art Forward, was opened by Nicolas A. Kipper, General Manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest on 6th July. The special guest of the event was one of the most popular singer in Hungary, the award-winning Gigi Radics, who amazed the guest with his marvelous voice.

The purpose of the event series is to create memorable experience to guests and visitors of The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest, and to give space to young Hungarian artists in the hotel every seasons. On the occasion of the first event, the hotel worked together with Art Forward, which represents an innovative, new approach in Hungarian art scene.

The Ritz-Carlton is a true admirer of Hungarian art and artists, and we are delighted to welcome Márta Kucsora’s exhibition in our hotel. Our aim with the series is to create a platform, where both locals and travellers from all over the world can meet the future talent of Hungarian art ” – Nicolas A. Kipper, General Manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest said on the occasion of the event.

Márta Kucsora has been exhibiting her paintings throughout Europe and overseas since 2006.   The interpretation of these breath-taking paintings evolves from a strong connection between consciousness and unconsciousness, just like in nature and art. The beauty of nature reflected in art is a reminder of our need to protect our environment. Marta’s artworks raise awareness for our living nature around us and help us to create a dialogue in-between our civilisation and the world.  In Márta Kucsora’s words: “Nature is accidentally free and variable, I want to freeze those moments on my canvases”.