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A great gallery with a regularly changing exhibition covering contemporary as well as historically significant works from this part of Europe as well as Hungarian artists.
Set in wonderful gardens there are three floors of interesting art works.
The staff were very helpful and the...More
Originally the summer home of Bishop Vaszary - they knew how to live in those days - it was finally restored about 10 years ago to house visiting art exhibitions. Several large rooms with works beautifully displayed. Hungarian National Gallery closed for refurbishment, so lots...More
Beautiful old villa, now an art gallery - there are exhibitions on three floors and they are ALWAYS well chosen, fascinating and beautifully presented. Whatever the subject. An attractive small gift shop, and a coffee house run by the Bergmann enterprise, so obviously the cakes...More
This gallery punches well above its weight for a small resort town on Balaton's north shore. It is more like a big city or even national museum. There were three terrific shows on when we visited -including Hungarian "Nabi" Rippl Ronai, with good examples of...More
The exhibits were professionally made and we enjoyed the level from the curators presenting the exhibits on a contemporary level. Actually we were surprised of the quality of them for the size of the town. The scope of all three exhibits were large in historical...More
It is a wonderful house worth visiting on its own, have a coffe and walk around the nice garden. They have interesting contemporary exhibitions, so if you want more than just relaxing on the beach it is a great oportunity to see even Picasso and...More
Emerging out of a fortunate coincidence of a former archbisop's love for the lake and the association of the latter with art it is an easily accessible place for exhibitions. Do not expect something broad and deep, but a nice walk in for any time.
It is very close to Jokai Memorial house, exactly on the opposite of the road. There is a café in the building to have drink and some snack with a view to the beautiful garden. There are always great exhibitions which are changing by the...More
The reordered Robert Capa's "In Motion" exhibition of the collection of New York International Center of Photography was the big sensation of this summer. At the same time we have seen the "Meeting Picasso" exhibition, there was some photographs by Cocteau and graphics by Pablo...More