Vasarely Museum

Phone: 
+36 1 361 4393

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.

Programmes

18:00 to 23:00
|attraction
Sérgio Leitão (PT) brings his unique light installations, ’Atomok Kódexe’ to enlight the garden and the permanent exhibition of Vasarely... More
18:00 to 23:00
|creative workshop
Interpreting the Constellations Vasarely chose titles for many of his works that refer to constellations an other astronomical phenomena... More
18:00 to 23:00
|movie
Thanks to the Hungarian National Film Archive, the visitors of the Long Night of Museums can watch four films related to the exhibition... More
18:00 to 23:00
|creative workshop
Nova? Supernova? What’s the difference? Take a closer look at a painting by Vasarely in which the artist portrayed  the illusion... More
19:00 to 20:00
|performance
Join the curator, Marton Orosz his guests to a roundtable discussion in exhibition Moonmuseum 1969. Art and Space to explore the Moon and... More