Museums and institutions
Dunaújváros Institute of Contemporary Art
An institution and exhibition space with its own art collection, where a wide range of contemporary works of art are on display.
GODOT Institute of Contemporary Art
This art centre is located in the heart of Óbuda, on the historical and industrial site of the Goldberger factory. With its huge spaces and four-storey building complex, it is one of the key strongholds of Hungarian contemporary art. Godot Laboratory, a brand new scene in Hungarian contemporary art life, also operates within its walls.
A contemporary museum with an extremely forward-looking theme (even by international standards), whose temporary exhibitions are always of great interest. The best of fine, photographic, video, kinetic and experimental art is presented, with countless accompanying events and activities on offer. Its exhibition spaces feature an atmosphere that is 21st century to the core.
MODEM Modern and Contemporary Arts Centre
This cultural centre in Debrecen houses both permanent and temporary exhibitions. In addition to paintings, there are also photographs, installations and many other works, even from experimental genres, on display.
This mostly hosts exhibitions of contemporary Hungarian art, but works by foreign contemporary artists are also showcased five or six times a year. In particular, the pioneering works of Central and Eastern European artists are frequently presented.
One of Szentendre’s cultural institutions, which is primarily a gallery of contemporary and modern art, but also a venue for performances and co-art productions.
Paks Picture Gallery
The modern picture gallery housed in the building complex of the former cannery
basically focuses on concrete-constructive, minimal, conceptual and media arts. The institution also has a relatively large art media library.
Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Centre
A repository of contemporary visual art and Hungarian photography.
Szombathely Picture Gallery
The Gallery is mainly the site of temporary and permanent exhibitions by contemporary and avant-garde artists, but its 2,500 piece textile collection and the related miniature textile works also make this exhibition commendable.