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Johan Gustavsson & Clara Pallí Monguilod

Crying until laughing

a guided tour at Trafó Gallery, Budapest


12/01/2023 –
– 30/11

On Thursday, January 12th, 1646’s co-directors and curators Johan Gustavsson and Clara Pallí Monguilod will give a guided tour in the exhibition Crying until laughing at Trafó Gallery, Budapest.

For the occasion of the exhibition Crying until laughing/Sírás nevetésig, Trafó Gallery invited 1646 to curate a group exhibition in Budapest! The project showcases artists connected to 1646’s program, focusing on works that share similar artistic strategies, such as fictioning, complicating and the use of humour.

On Thursday, January 12th, curators Johan and Clara will take you through the exhibition, speaking of humour as the common thread throughout the exhibition while unfolding the presentation’s nuances and social potential to deal with our contemporaneity.

The tour lasts from 18:00 to 19:00. Following the guided tour, there will be a screening of Roee Rosen’s Kafka for Kids in Trafóclub. The screening will take place in English.

Find more visitor information on the website of Trafó Gallery.


About Trafó Gallery: Trafó House of Contemporary Arts in Budapest is an inviting and co-producing venue unique in Hungary, and is also a cornerstone of the international contemporary arts scene. Its performances, concerts, exhibitions, and community and audience-building programmes are accessible to all who look for something new. While focusing on younger generations, Trafó is a forum dedicated to social issues, and a platform for establishing values and contexts as well as generating new ideas and productions. Trafó’s professional programme of events, presented inside and outside of the former electric transformer house, trespasses genres, is diverse, experimental and audience-friendly, and inspired by new innovations as well as cultural heritage. In a unique and authentic manner it provides a space for the presentation of work by both domestic Hungarian and international artists.


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