'From Delacroix To Vasarely' International Art @ Hungarian National Gallery

  • 2 Nov 2020 9:58 AM
'From Delacroix To Vasarely' International Art @ Hungarian National Gallery
Permanent exhibition: One of the most fundamental adjustments is that the collection is moving out of the recently renovated building of the Museum of Fine Arts, which now serves as the home of art from antiquity until the year 1800.

In 2019, as the first of many steps in a process expected to last several years, around 2300 works of international art from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, as well as contemporary pieces, will be transferred to the National Museum Restoration and Storage Centre, a new facility constructed as part of the Liget Budapest Project.

Eventually, these international works will join up with Hungarian art from the same period (presently housed in the Hungarian National Gallery), and will eventually go on permanent display in the New National Gallery, which is expected to open in 2022.

Tickets: 
HUF 3,200

Phone: 
+36 1 201 9082 | +36 20 439 7331 | +36 20 439 7325

Venue: 
Hungarian National Gallery, Building D, 1st floor
1014 Budapest, Szent György tér 2.

More: 
mng.hu


Photo courtesy of the venue

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