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CURRENT EXHIBITION / AKTUÁLIS KIÁLLÍTÁS :

Guba Rózsa Babakiállítás a bánhorváti Platthy - kastélyban
Guba Rózsa Doll Exhibition in Platthy Palace , Bárhorváti, Hungary 

Helyszín / Address: Platthy - kastély , 3642 Bánhorváti , Tompa Mihály út 2.
Dátum / Date: 2021. 05. 29 - 2021. 06. 27. 

Nyitva / Open: Minen nap 10 - 18 óráig / Every day am 10 - pm 6 hours.
Belépő / Entry cost (HUF) : 
Felnőtt / Adult (14+): 2000 Huf  
Gyermek 2 - 6 éves korig / Child 2 - 6 years old : 500 Huf
Gyermek 6 - 14 éves korig / Child 6 - 14 years old : 1000 Huf
Csoportos belépőjegy 10 fő felett : 10 % kedvezmény
Group entry ticket over 10 visitors : 10 % discount.

Büfé és étkezési lehetőség a belső udvari teraszon. 
Buffet and eating opportunity is on the inner terrace.

Contact / Kapcsolat: 
Tel. / Phone : +36 20 947-5629
Facebook page :
https://www.facebook.com/Bánhorváti-Platthy-kastély-102073581358582

Figyelem ! A kiállításon az aktuális járványügyi szabályok betartása kötelező !
Attention! It is obligatory to follow the current epidemiological rules at the exhibition! 

Mrs. Rózsa Guba - hungarian doll artist - was born in 1951 in the Hungarian lowland of the Great Plain. In 1985 she was invited to a degree of Folk Artist of Folk Costume Dolls. She adapted and at the same time assessed the most famous folk costumes from the individual regions of Hungary. For example, the folk costumes from the regions of Sárköz and Kalocsa from the beginning of the 19th century and many folk costumes from the regions of Baranya, Transdanubia, the Great Plain, and Palócföld. She created the most of her works for the Japanese market but they can be found practically everywhere around the globe. Her works represented a part of many "international" presents in the 1980's, for example, they are included in the collections of the Chancellor Helmut Kohl or Fidel Castro.

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Rózsa Guba creates all of her dolls herself, from carving the sculptural negative of the faces to shaping the head, body and clothes from textiles. The figures and scenes are most often based on a contemporary painting, daguerreotype or photograph, which in the case of Hungarian folk scenes often come from their own collections and local processing. In all cases, she tries to make her dolls from an authentic source at the most age. And in the materials used for clothes, it tries to recycle old textiles, even if symbolically, in an environmentally conscious way. Thus, it is not uncommon for hundreds of years old laces or a few tens of years old fabrics to appear in his creations.