Péter Weiler's latest exhibition addresses one of the most important questions in the artist's 30-year fine-art journey from a particular perspective: Should he stay or should he go? Given the ironic title of It Would Have Been a Pity to Defect, this retrospective exhibition has no clear or determined answers, moving between doubt and certainty. The venue is the neo-Renaissance Kincsem Palace. Once the home of Hungary's most revered racehorse and its owner, it will soon be renovated after a recent and controversial purchase. A wander around the four halls lined with 40 works in oils, watercolours, giclée prints, concrete, plexiglass, even traffic signs – all filled with humour – will be your last chance to see the old place.