LUDWIG MUSEUM – MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, BUDAPEST
Ludwig Museum, Budapest is the most significant institution of contemporary art in Hungary that collects and exhibits the newest trends and the most outstanding artists of the local and international art scene to the public. Its collection, which is pre-eminent not only in Hungary, but in a regional context, too, comprises about 600 pieces including masterly works by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring or Yoko Ono. With its exhibitions and exciting programmes and events, the museum makes every effort to render contemporary art available and accessible to the widest possible public embracing the youngest generations as well as the elder ones, and also to deepen and to help understand the exciting visual culture of today. The museum is a major cultural attraction in Budapest and with its activities it takes a leading role in shaping the city’s 21st century image.
COLLECTION AT THE LUDWIG MUSEUM
Contemporary photographs, prints and time based media (approximately 30% of the museum’s collection) form the most delicate part of the museum’s collection which focuses on Eastern and Central European art from the 1960s to recent days. These unique objects need permanent and regular care. In the collection, we work with a wide range of contemporary artworks of which 75 pieces are video based.
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Palace of Arts
Komor Marcell 1.