Slider Image 1 – Műcsarnok Kunsthalle Budapest, 2017 – At the Night of Museums Budapest 2017, a Guided Tour of the exhibition All Around Us. National Salon 2017. Applied Arts and Design with Dr Miklós Bendzsel Founding President of the Hungarian Design Council (HDC), Honorary Professor of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest, Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, Board Member of the Bureau of European Design Associations (BEDA): mucsarnok.hu; Slider Image 2 – Vasarely Museum Budapest, 2017 – OSAS COME BACK – A temporary exhibition of the reopened Vasarely Museum Budapest: vasarely.hu; Slider Image 3 – Kiscell Museum Church, Budapest, 2017 – Separate Ways. Karl-Heinz Adler and Hungarian Abstract Art. An exhibition jointly presented by the Petőfi Literary Museum – Kassák Museum and the Kiscell Museum – Municipal Picture Gallery: kiscellimuzeum.hu – kassakmuzeum.hu; Slider Image 4 – Technical Study Stores (Műszaki Tanulmánytár) – Hungarian Museum of Science, Technology and Transport, Budapest, 2017 – Re-design the tools of today – A creative workshop for kids at the Night of Museums Budapest 2017: mmkm.hu; Slider Image 5 – Liberty Bridge, Budapest, 2017 – Hungarian Universities Tug of War Championship: Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest and University of Physical Education Budapest: enbudapestem.hu; Slider Image 6 – K.A.S Gallery, Budapest, 2017 – Cross-culture between Latin America & Eastern Europe: Artistic Practices in Latin America & Eastern Europe – A talk with Mexican and Hungarian artists of the Unfold temporary exhibition: kasgaleria.tumblr.com – periferia-projects.com; Slider Image 7 – Cervantes Institute Budapest, 2017 – Vocalis – A concert of the Mihály Károlyi Hungarian–Spanish Bilingual Secondary Grammar School conducted by István Marics at the Día e cultural day: budapest.cervantes.es – karolyigimnazium.hu; Slider Image 8 – Academy of Sciences Research Centre for the Humanities Institute for Musicology – Museum of Music Hungarian, Budapest, 2017 – A Guided Tour of the exhibition Bartók and his Contemporaries with Anna Dalos music historian at the Night of Museums: zti.hu; Slider Image 9 – Aquincum Museum, Budapest, 2017 – Before the concert of MintaPinty Orchestra for Kids at the Night of Museums, in the Archaeological Park: aquincum.hu; Slider Image 10 – Hungarian National Museum Hungarian National Museum – Museum Garden, Budapest, 2017 – mnm.hu; Get-Up-to-Exhibitions Image: Photo of an image of a video projector – The Hidden Identity in the Context of Graphics by János Major – An installation and a lecture by Marcell Esterházy Hungarian artist, 2013, tranzit.hu – hu.tranzit.org; Get-Up-to-Brochures Image: Workshop for Kids, Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest, 2013 – imm.hu; Image with the Gotuppictures logo: INDA Gallery, Budapest – indagaleria.hu
GOTUPPICTURES – THE BEST ART GUIDE TO BUDAPEST
Is it your first time in Budapest, or yet another trip to Hungary? Are you alone or with your friends? Is it a vacation or a business trip? Is it the Sziget festival that called your attention to the city? How much do you know the Hungarian capital? Join us here and now for a journey into Hungarian arts and culture!
If you wish to know more about Budapest, Hungary, Hungarian traditions, culture, arts, and particularly the similarities and differences between what you have experienced on your trips to other European capitals and what you see here, you have just found the best art guide to the cultural discovery of our city!
The Gotuppictures website grants you access to city maps with highlights on art institutions, museums, galleries, showrooms and other exhibition venues. These painted, colored ©2017 Google Maps will guide you through the city, give you a detailed presentation of the historical Inner City, the magical Castle District and the coolest spots in town: so if you wish to see the typical sites and maybe more – e.g. the everyday life and the favorite art venues of Budapestians, this website offers you the best tourist art guide.
By clicking on the pinpoints or the venues’ names of list under the maps, you will get their full general information; as to the venues highlighted by a CLICK stamp of list under the maps, they provide a detailed description of the exhibition spaces’ services and awesome photos of their exhibitions. As to additional information, you may enquire about the learning activities organized by museums and galleries for kids and adults in English, German and other languages. Exhibition spaces provide one or more hyperlinks leading to the official sites of current exhibitions, where you will find all the necessary information about exhibitions and related events.
Click on each logo appearing on the website to find pages featuring official information about the current exhibitions in Budapest. Budapest gives home to nearly five hundred art and other exhibition spaces, awaiting art lovers with a plethora of activities. Vernissages, guided visits, wine tastings, musical soirées and workshops are great opportunities for you to feel fantastic with your family or friends and get the most special memories of the versatile Hungarian culture!
We as the Editorial Staff of Gotuppictures wish a wonderful time and a truly enrichting entertainment to all Travellers arriving to Budapest.
Click on icons for detailed visitor information on exhibition spaces.
You must see Budapest’s exhibition spaces, museums, galleries and other art venues.
Browse our maps!
Save the date of current and upcoming Budapest’s art festivals and art fairs.
In this section, find our advertisements and catalogues:
download and use them free of charge.
Content of this section: our introduction and story, activities of our Editorial Desk, contact and Editor-in-Chief’s Letter.
To all our helpers, friends, exhibition spaces’ staff and cooperative partners.