How did the Hungarian Reformation develop and has it made any impact through the centuries and today? These questions are answered in the exhibition Grammar and Grace. 500 Years of Reformation in the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest.
Grammar and Grace is an exhibition of the Hungarian National Museum offering the visitor to take a look at the ever-changing, complex relations of the Hungarian Reformation, to discover unequalled treasures and to be informed with the help of detailed explanations. Portraits of Transylvanian princes, the only existing copy of Gál Huszár’s hymn-book, select items from the Esterházy Collection, political handouts from the 17th century and the 18th century organ of Torvaj all represent the mental and physical notes made by the Reformation in the last five hundred years.
This exhibition was brought to the audience by the exemplary collaboration of museums, collections and parishes in and out of Hungary.
27 April 2017
5 November 2017