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Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art

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Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art

Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art is the only museum in Hungary devoted solely to collecting and showcasing of contemporary art. It's located in an ultra-modern facility of the Palace of Arts, opened in 2005. Aside from the museum, it houses also Béla Bartók National Concert Hall and Festival Theatre.
The museum's exposition is based on a vast private art collection of Peter and Irene Ludwig, available now in 30 museums across the world. Its permanent collection boasts valuable pieces of American pop art, while the main emphasis is laid on Eastern and Central European art, especially Hungarian art within an international context. The collection covers the period of time from the 60s of the 20th century to nowadays. The museum houses 8 to 9 big exhibitions every year.

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www.ludwigmuseum.hu

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