Higgs Mező (or Higgs’ Field) is focused on video and installation art and quickly became a hive for artists after it opened. The giant windows facing the street often serve as projector screens; the room is spacious; the displays are varied and interesting.
Chimera Project is a program gallery, attempting to spark dialogue regarding social issues around contemporary art. Chimera is committed to maintaining an international value exchange, and as such is in a state of constant cooperation with global partners.
Várfok Gallery was one of the first contemporary art galleries. It is now home to a well-defined group of outstanding Hungarian artists and is constantly developing its artistic approach.
The acb gallery is dedicated to professionally representing uncompromisingly progressive art in Hungary and abroad. Although there have been slight changes in approach since its launch, that progressive stance is unwavering.
The Ludwig Museum is found in Müpa (Palace of Arts), next to the National Theater. The exhibition space displays artwork by modern and contemporary artists, and it is open all year round. The temporary exhibitions showcase leading artists of the international scene, as well as the best-known Hungarian masters.