Hungary

Further protests over appointment of far-right European culture commissioner

Tibor Navracsics was foreign minister in controversial Hungarian government of Viktor Orbán

Published online: 20 November 2014

New competition launched for National Gallery and Ludwig Museum in Budapest

Jury invites star architects including Jean Nouvel, David Chipperfield and Renzo Piano after first competition disappoints

Published online: 05 November 2014

Hungary keen to acquire Lord Northampton's half of Sevso silver

Budapest government strengthens claim for rest of long-disputed hoard after handing over €15m

Published online: 29 April 2014

New twist in Sevso silver saga

Hungary buys seven pieces from controversial Roman hoard

Published online: 28 March 2014

Jump start for Budapest’s planned culture quarter

Hungarian government launches international architectural competition this week to design five new museum buildings

Published online: 13 March 2014

Hunt for sultan's heart uncovers an Ottoman village in Hungary

Researchers believe Suleiman’s heart could have been buried at the newly discovered site

Published online: 08 October 2013

Activists occupy Budapest’s Ludwig Museum

Protests over the removal of museum director Barnabas Bencsik

Published online: 15 May 2013

Power of Hungary’s conservative art Academy grows

Opponents disrupt meeting of influential right-wing group

Published online: 20 December 2012

Hungary’s government tightens grip on arts

Right-wing leadership stands accused of controlling the cultural sector for political ends

Published online: 09 February 2012

Hungarian national gallery director resigns in protest

Backlash in Budapest to proposed merger with Museum of Fine Arts

Published online: 07 December 2011

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