Vasarely Múzeum

1033 Budapest, Szentlélek tér 6.

Due to the public health emergency caused by Covid-19, the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest and all its member institutions, i.e., the Hungarian National Gallery, the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts and the Vasarely Museum, are closed for an indefinite period of time from 17 March 2020.
The departments of all the museums wish to share their digital content with the public even during the emergency closure. The Hungarian National Gallery’s exhibition titled Variations on Realism – From Munkácsy to Mednyánszky can be visited virtually from Monday on the Gallery’s website, where the page Masterpieces in Education is also available. This page presenting prominent pieces from the collection can be used in school curricula: in teaching history, Hungarian grammar and literature as well as visual culture. The collection of the Gallery can be viewed online by visiting the page recommended mini-tours.

Further information about use of prepurchased tickets will be announced after consultation with the maintenance institution.
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The material forming the core collection of the museum was donated by Victor Vasarely to the Hungarian State in the early eighties, and the institution opened its doors to the public in the Zichy Castle in Óbuda in 1987. The more than four hundred unique and reproduced compositions provide a comprehensive overview of the artist’s oeuvre spanning from his early academic drawings and commercial graphics made in Hungary to his Op Art and plastic works from the sixties and seventies.

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