The Varfok Gallery, one of the oldest in the city, showcases established contemporary artists as well as up-and-coming talent.
From contemporary to classic works, Budapest’s three major art museums – the Museum of Fine Art, the Ludwig Museum, and the Mücsarnok – offer countless learning opportunities. But the real heart of the growing Hungarian art scene lies in the city’s buzzing galleries and exhibition spaces, many of them clustered along Varfok Street. At the open-air Gallery 19, art is displayed in small kiosks under the trees.
The Varfok Gallery, one of the oldest in the city, showcases established contemporary artists as well as up-and-coming talent. Many international and local artists have taken up residence at Art Quarter Budapest, perched on the Danube, where they can collaborate and display their works in a series of innovative public exhibition spaces. As for the underground art scene, it remains very much alive – only this time, it’s by choice.
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