The Embassy of Hungary and the Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre in association with the Sree Arts commemorated the Day of Hungarian Culture with a bouquet of events on January 30. It touched the fields of art, music and dance and literature. In the presence of dignitaries and eminent artists, ‘Dreams of the mind’ presented by two contemporary Hungarian artists Csilla Babinszky and Zsuzsa Moizer commenced. The chief guests for the evening included Mr Gyula Petho, Ambassador of Hungary, Dr Alka Pande, Curator and Art Consultant, Visual Arts Gallery and Dr Alka Raghuvanshi, eminent artist, curator and critic with Mr Sandeep Marwah, Mr Vijendra Sharma and Mr Jitendra Padam Jain as the Guests of Honour and Mr Qazi Raghib as the special guest. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe two Hungarian contemporary artists Csilla Babinszky and Zsuzsa Moizer applied traditional themes and forms through a unique personal discourse by using a contemporary approach and spirit. Babinszky’s large-scale, mixed technique paper series “Strange Angels” explores the female being in the universal context, inspired by and at the same time questioning the beauty and its major appearance. These collage-like drawings use several instruments like gold gouache and silver graphite, aquarelle, colored pencils, acrylic. She says, “Art for me is connection. Staying connected with the genuine question’s conceptual and visual outcome.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveMoizer’s intimate human figures and zoomorphic creatures are exploring the human existence, fragility and evanescence within the natural environment and social context. The new series of water colour paintings are realistic forms of nature towards lyrical compositions, which refers to a subjective landscape instead of a real world. The best approach to her characteristically tender images is probably through the topics of women’s search for identity, and gender roles.