Illustration - animation

Opening: December 12, 2023, 6 p.m.
The exhibition will be opened by writer János Haász.

The exhibition is part of the Budapest150 program series.
It is realized as an event of the Budapest Book Capital.

It can be viewed until December 22, 2023, from Monday to Friday from 14:00 to 18:00.
On weekdays between January 2 and January 26, 2024, prior registration is required 24 hours before the planned visit at

What came first: the image or the thought?
How are our stories and inner images related?
What colors can be used to convey a certain mood or emotion?
How do text and image rely on each other when we are up to our necks in storytelling?
Is there a difference if an external story brings the image to life, or if it comes from an internal cinema to a surface that can be viewed by others?

Many questions, many answers. At FISE's exhibition entitled CAPACITY, we look at the topic with a diversity of techniques and approaches, we try to look at it from many angles and examine the possible reactions and effects. In addition to more recent works and the newest members, our creators, who form the basis of our association's continued existence, are also included in this special selection.

The exhibition will be attended by:
Kristina Bogo
Csala Sándor
Baby Juniper
Hu-Yang Kamilla
Kusnyár Eveline
Robert Mascher
Csaba Molnár
Diana of the Desert
Maria Schuller
Eva Somogyi
Lili Síráki

Exhibition of Virág Vécsey and Gábor Klima

Opening: 25. 04. 2017. 6 PM

Open till 5th of May Monday to Friday beetween 1 PM and 6 PM

Picture, place and text - three in one.

There should be the exhibition of Krisztina Bogó in the FISE Gallery, Indonesian resourcefulnesses.

We waited the event excitedly, but now we only can show some pictures to recapture the mood of the exhibition...

We will open the exhibition as soon as possible, so keep in touch!


KIMAGU - at work

In this series the members show their workbench: the place where plans come true, projects materialize.
Responser: MÁRTON GYULA KISS alias KIMAGU, graphic designer, illustrator

Marci likes working in the evening or at night - he said it is not so surprising. But since he works in a full-time job he's active night and day.
Sometimes he uses traditionally hand-drawing techniques but his most used 'tool' is a Wacom tablet.
He is always searching for inspiration, there're lot of things could make impression to him: photography, fashion, artworks, architecture, public life, philosophy, nature, music, etc. He spends time to browse on Behance or on Pinterest. Marci doesn't like tea or coffee to work..
If he has deadlock starts to work with something else or tries to have a 'reset' by sport.
Marci uses the music as a conscious way of inspiration, he knows which music fit to which theme. His musical intrests gets a broad spectrum from the metal to synthie-pop.
His wish: a bigger worktable; but the biggest wish: a Wacom Cintiq tablet!

Further infos about Marci and his works:

Gink Sári

We couldn't stop summer, have more answers - now from Sári Gink media artist.

She works with kids in summer, and you can check her favourite object on the picture!