Located near Széll Kálmán tér, Várfok is one of the oldest privately owned contemporary galleries in the city, founded in 1990 by Károly Szalóky. At first, it showcased the new trends in grotesque and absurd styles, with rebellious Hungarian artists taking main stage after the end of Communism. Now, it showcases the second generation of Hungarian neo-avant-garde artists in its 300-square-metre exhibition space. Besides the well-known names, Várfok Gallery also gives a platform to aspiring talent in its separate Project Room.

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