Hungary has a long history of arts and culture and is one of the oldest countries in Europe. The country has birthed many critically acclaimed painters such as Mihály Munkácsy, Árpád Feszty, Lajos Tihanyi, who put Hungary on the map with their sophisticated masterpieces.
Continuing to establish Hungarian artists in the art world is David Kovats Gallery, located at 80 Long Acre. The gallery sits in the bubbling culture of Covent Garden’s award-winning restaurants, theatres, and independent fashion boutiques.
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Founded by Entrepreneur and gallerist David Kovats, we had the pleasure of being invited to lunch and an intimate tour of the gallery’s current exhibition with Bazil Duliskovich.
During lunch, Kovats explains he wants to introduce emerging and established Eastern European artists to the London art market through a gallery programme that centres on solo exhibitions that nourish the cultural conversation between Eastern Europe and London.
Kovats has extensive experience in the art world spanning over fifteen years to accomplish the gallery’s endeavours, including being a Sotheby’s professional and organising exhibitions with Austrian avant-garde artist Hermann Nitsch.
The gallery has a promising future, and visiting their exhibitions is a must to experience the allure of Eastern European eloquence that graces the gallery walls.