Non-Profit

Labor, Budapest

Founded in 2007, Labor aims to emphasize the social responsibility of contemporary art and its knowledge-generating role

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 of Fine Arts (MKE) in place of the former Studio Gallery. From 2009 til 2011 tranzit.hu – contemporary art program joined the collaboration.

Labor is a platform where the different objectives of the co-operating organizations can presented: supporting the young artists, projects related to the teaching of contemporary art, initiatives which are subserve or reflect on the structural changes of the art scene, the co-operation of the arts , sciences and technology sector and events in the framework of international collaborations.

The purpose of this collaboration is to create a flexible, shared (art) space that provides a platform for art research as well as exhibitions, projects and occasional events. Labor aims to emphasize the social responsibility of contemporary art and its knowledge-generating role. It organizes discursive programs to strengthen the debate- and discussion-culture of the local art world involving other fields of culture.

Labor creates a reading room and a library where current theoretical texts, magazines, and publications on visual culture will be available for research.

Opening hours: during the announced programs as announced on the event’s page

Contacts & Details
T: + 36 1 342 53 80, +36 70 324 4748
M: labor@c3.hu
W: Website

ADDRESS
Képíró u. 6

ESTABLISHED
2007