We are pleased to invite you to the very first 

Global Warming Charity Party in our Art Salon on the 20th of August! 

Friday 7:00 PM  20/08/2021

Be prepared for an unforgettable night and let’s celebrate the new decade of Global Warming!

We aim to build a new tradition for the LAVOR community and beyond by organising an ecstatic experience, where we can shift our mindset and spark conversations on the topic of climate change and its effects on humanity.

As a contemporary art gallery, we are responsible for shaping the mindset of future generations and we strongly believe that art is a powerful catalyst for positive change. Your investment matters on this special occasion and by purchasing the Jungle's artwork, we are going to support the activities of Re:wild  from the amount received.

Let’s escape from the concrete jungle and enter a new dimension of nature-inspired art space and shamanism! Karl Meszlényi’s works will inspire us to connect our collective consciousness and to find solutions on a human scale.

You will definitely experience:

Dress Code
Be outstanding and add some natural elements to your outfit!

#flowers #palmleaves #petals #strawhat #hawaiianshirt #tropicalpatterns etc.

Entry Fee
Newbies // 15 €
LAVOR Members // 9 €

What do you get with your Entry Fee?
1 Voucher // 10% off the original price of the Jungle’s unique artworks
1Cup of Gin-Infused Watermelon Balls
1 Watermelon Shot
1 Gin Tonic
+1 Tombola Ticket 
With your purchase, you are supporting the activities of Re:wild

Maximum of 50 Guests 

Official Event
20 Aug 2021 // 7:00 PM — 3:00 AM
Our Address
6 Wesselényi St, Budapest, 1077, Hungary
Doorbell 15




Solo Exhibition of Karl Meszlényi

22/06/2021 - 22/09/2021

Climate change is an increasingly dominant factor in our modern and future societies, and its side effects are being felt increasingly every year. Nature is becoming more and more distant from our daily lives and is being objectified in a way that, due to large-scale deforestation, can only exist as a utopian idea in the not too distant future. However, there are internal paths to beginning to work with nature. We need to rediscover within ourselves our relationship with nature and find the answers, individually, that will help us to initiate change at the micro-level and perpetuates as a new 21st-century tradition.
Karl's 'Jungle', takes us into an alternative world where he presents nature and its diversity, materiality and unpredictability, free from human presence. The works are characterized by organic, biomorphic synthesis, with non-figurative landscape depictions that not only present an image of nature but also use gestures to present the true face of nature as a living, dynamic and emotive 'moving image'. Karl's expressive work reflects his close connection to nature, which includes life-giving water, sometimes in the form of a river, sometimes a lake, sometimes a stormy sea. In some places, it is as if we see goldfishes swimming beneath the surface of the water, while in others, sun-drenched landscapes, groves and blooming peonies appear on a river of bamboo. The main work in the exhibition, 'Paradise', is the only image that contains the human presence, a bridge as an attempt to reunite human and nature, where the lush vegetation of the tropical rainforest and the humid air of the jungle fill the Salon's rooms.

The exhibition can be viewed by preregistering in the Art Salon from 22/06/2021 to 22/09/2021 on the following e-mail
and mobile: