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Municipal Museum of Art - Péter Váczy Collection - Győr
The museum building
Address: 9022, Győr Nefelejcs köz 3.
Phone number: (96) 318-141
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10-18

05.07-31.08.2011.: Tue-Sun 14-20
The exhibition has closed for visitors.
2013.09.26. - 2013.10.24.
fine art, painting, temporary exhibition
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Museum tickets, service costs:
Individual ticket for adults
700 HUF
Individual ticket for students
350 HUF
Individual ticket for pensioners
350 HUF
Individual combined ticket
2500 HUF
/ 3 days
Guide
3000 HUF
Guide
6000 HUF

Ildikó Milu Milanovich was awarded at the Winter Art Exhibition. She was featured in several group exhibitions, both abroad and in Hungary. She is a MAOE member, a founding member of the Association Art9000, and also member of the Mura Association.

 

She usually works with abstract forms, she rarely uses concrete impressions, just every now and again. Her using of colours is diverse: strong and pierced colours, soft hues, harmonies. Her work carry deep ideas with their subtle tones of rich intimate emotions, strengthened by contrast.

 

Her favourite techniques are the oil pastel and acrylic that she uses variably. Themes for her oil pastels are quiet meditations to which she always returns, they are stations of several years of creative process.