The Budapest Art Gallery (also referred to as the Palace of Arts) is one of the most important institutions acting on the scene of contemporary visual arts in Hungary. The exhibitions organized by the gallery are designed to promote the latest trends and names in the field, regardless of origin (may it be national or international).
The gallery is set up in a historical edifice of Budapest, a majestic building designed in 1896 in the spirit of the Neo-Renaissance style. The main two branches of the Budapest Art Gallery are the Ernst Museum and the Dorottya Gallery.
The fact the gallery, along with its two branches, do not maintain their own permanent exhibitions, dedicating its efforts to displaying temporary exhibitions exclusively, must be mentioned.
37, Dozsa Gyorgy, 1146, Budapest, Hungary