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Founded in 2003 acb Gallery’s mission is to represent contemporary art and Hungarian neo-avantgarde art, both in the Hungarian and in the international scene. The various generations of artists repr...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of ACAX

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The Agency for Contemporary Art Exchange - ACAX is an independent, non-governmental initiative. Its primary goal is to build and strengthen the networks between the local and international visual art ...
Exhibition view, I have great desire, solo show of Szilárd Cseke, 2014, Ani Molnár Gallery, Budapest, Photo: Miklós Sulyok, courtesy of Ani Molnár Gallery

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Ani Molnár Gallery, established in 2009 by Annamária Molnár, is located in Budapest downtown Palace District. The gallery is representing artists from Hungary and the CEE region both locally and in...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of AQB Budapest

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Located in the former Haggenmacher brewery, where beer was brewed until the late 30's, the AQB creates today a different sort of creative blend, being a cultural melting pot, a centre of creativity fo...
Publications by Artpool; Courtesy of Artpool Art Research Center

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Artpool, founded in 1979 by György Galántai and Julia Klaniczay was an attempt to create an alternative art institute, one that would make room for the new trends in art. They established Artpool at...
Ateliers of SYAA

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The Studio of Young Artists’ Association (SYAA) is a professional organisation, which has been functioning for more than 5 decades, always giving dynamic responses to current art and social issues. ...
Sándor Bíró Exhibition View, 2015; Courtesy of Budapest Gallery

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The Budapest Gallery – which administratively is one of the main divisions of the Budapest History Museum – organizes exhibitions in two locations: in the building where the central offices of the...
Courtesy of Chimera Project

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The gallery was founded 2013 in Budapest. We are representing artists from the CEE region – our profile ranges from neo-avantgarde to recent conceptually grounded practices. Through its Swiss-Hunga...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Deák Erika Gallery

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One of Budapest’s more established contemporary art galleries, Deák Erika Galéria has been operating in the city since 1998. It primarily represents painters who produce works to suit a variety...
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The gallery's mission is to promote the area's emerging contemporary artists and to integrate them into the international art scene by continuing its increasingly active presence at foreign art fairs,...
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Gallery 8 – is the Roma Contemporary Art Space: of the European Roma Cultural Foundation – ERCF. The European Roma Cultural Foundation (ERCF) is an independent non-profit foundation registered ...
Photo: Zsuzsanna Simon/Horizont Gallery

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Building on in-depth knowledge of the local art scene as well as the network and experience gained of Inventio Arts, Horizont Gallery aims to work together with emerging and mid-career Hungarian and i...
Facebout – Portraits taken on the set of the movie Son of Saul; Exhibition View, 2016; Courtesy of Hungarian House of Photography – Mai Manó House

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Mai Manó House operates in a studio-house built at the end of 19th century, for the commission of Mai Manó, Imperial and Royal Court Photographer, serving as his studio for decades until 1931. This ...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Hungarian National Gallery

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The Hungarian National Gallery (also known as Magyar Nemzeti Galéria), was established in 1957 as the national art museum. It is located in Buda Castle in Budapest, Hungary. Its collections cover Hun...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Inda Gallery

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Opened in 2006 in the heart of Budapest, Inda Gallery exhibits, sells and promotes contemporary art in the widest range of media: painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, video, photography and oth...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Kassák Museum

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The Kassák Museum, that belongs to the Petőfi Literary Museum, has operated since 1976. The function of the museum is to preserve the material and intellectual legacy of Lajos Kassák (1887 Érsekú...
Exhibition view. Courtesy of ACAX

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Goat Street Residency (Kecske utca), initiated by ACAX in 2014 to encourage international researchers, art historians and theoreticians to discover the recent past and present of the wider Central and...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Kisterem Gallery

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Established in 2006, the Kisterem Gallery, located in the heart of the city, in an old street, a very pleasant pedestrian zone, which hosts other contemporary art galleries. It is also one of the most...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Knoll Gallery

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Knoll Galéria Budapest was the first private gallery to open in Hungary when it launched in September 1989. It was the first of its kind in the whole Eastern Block, even before the fall of the Wall. ...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Labor

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Labor was founded in September, 2007 as a joint initiative of C³ Center for Culture & Communication Foundation (C3), the Studio of Young Artists’ Association (FKSE) and the Hungarian University...
Liget Gallery, Budapest

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Liget Gallery, located near the Heroes’ Square and the City Park , has been one of the most important quasi-independent art venues within the official, state-funded art institutional system since it...
Palace of Arts; Courtesy of Ludwig Museum

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The Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art collects international and Hungarian art, and displays artworks from the past 50 years that have been collected by Peter and Irene Ludwig. Their intention was to ...
Performance View; Courtesy of Look

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Luk Galleries are ecologically driven, sustainable exhibition spaces behind 5cm diameter peepholes focusing on installation and video art. With a permanent gallery (in downtown Budapest, 6th district)...
Installation View; Courtesy of Museum Kiscell / Municipal Gallery

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Founded in 1889 as the fine art collection of Budapest. The intention to establish a museum was first worded in 1887. The Museum of Budapest to be housed in the Art Palace in the City Park, was eventu...
Courtesy of Neon Gallery, Budapest

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One of the lesser prestigious galleries, located in an apartment in the 6th district, Gallery Neon, founded in 2010, representing, among others, some important figures of the past decades of Hungarian...
Bálna Budapest; Courtesy of New Budapest Gallery

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The Budapest Gallery – which administratively is one of the main divisions of the Budapest History Museum – organizes exhibitions in two locations: in the building where the central offices of the...
Bardon Barnabás, Apollon Series-Hermaphrodita, @ NextArt Galéria Budapest, 2015

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NextArt Gallery represents the Hungarian contemporary art created both by young talents recently graduated from universities and also more established, contemporary visual artists awarded by most pres...
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Founded in 2015, Omnivore Gallery is a project-based, non-profit exhibition space. The gallery is the initiative of two young curators, Róza Tekla Szilágyi and Lili Berta Téglásy, in one of the ...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Platán Gallery

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The galleries of the Polish Institute, operating since 1940, and located on the high corner of Andrássy and Nagymező streets, with exhibition windows facing the "Budapest Broadway", have become one ...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center

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A new and modern visual arts institute, the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center was opened in Budapest in December 2013. Among the tasks of the new visual institute are the organization of nat...
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The permanent exhibition space of the Studio of Young Artists Association (SYAA) is the Studio Gallery. Deriving from the gallery’s principle of operation, this place provides an opportunity for the...
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Telep Gallery fills the functions of a comprehensive art gallery and an urban meeting point in the heart of Budapest. It awaits guests with a superb ambience, enriching them in three different ways o...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Trafó House of Contemporary Arts

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Trafó House of Contemporary Arts is an open-minded venue unique in Hungary, and is also a cornerstone of the international contemporary arts scene, showcasing various genres – theatre, dance, new c...
Oto Hudec, Nomadia Travelling Museum, 2012; Courtesy of Translocal Institute for Contemporary Art

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The Translocal Institute for Contemporary Art is a centre for transnational research into East European art and ecology based in Budapest that operates across the disciplinary boundaries of art histor...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of tranzit.hu

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tranzit is a network working independently in Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, the Slovak Republic and Romania since 2002. The network has a polycentric structure as a collective of autonomous...
Exhibition View; courtesy of Trapéz Gallery

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Trapéz Gallery, founded in 2012, is one of the upcoming galleries, with a very special international program in a broad spectrum of media. Beside solo exhibitions of the artists represented by them (...
Tamás Jovanovics solo exhibition, 2016 © Várfok Gallery

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The Várfok Gallery was founded in 1990 by Károly Szalóky. It was one of the first private galleries that had a purely contemporary profile. The permanent artists’ circle of 23 members consists mo...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Vasarely Museum

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The Vasarely Museum is located in a peaceful of Budapest (Óbuda), on the banks of the Danube. It used to function as the storage building of the grand 18th-century Zichy Palace and was turned into a ...
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Established in 2008, Viltin Gallery is a significant player of the Hungarian contemporary art scene with its special focus on works on paper and on post conceptual ambitions which seek the reinterpret...
Exhibition View; Courtesy of Vintage Galeria

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One of the best places in Budapest to buy photography, Vintage Galéria displays both modern and contemporary works by local artists. Highlights from their contemporary collection include the visua...
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