... sensitive, lifelong, contemporary art.

VILTIN Gallery aims to introduce contemporary fine art authentically and without age-related priorities, at the same time honouring our predecessors. Thus, we gathered our circle of artists according to current criteria, alongside young and upcoming artists, also giving way to the middle and older generations, who have already universally proved themselves.
By monitoring the trends of both local and international contemporary art, we assume a significant and successful role in introducing their artists abroad, thereby broadening awareness and recognition of Hungarian contemporary fine art and its collectors’ circle. At the same time, the portfolio that reflects our professional commitment is completed by the representation of foreign artists in Hungary.
The gallery provides ample exhibition space for the traditional branches of fine art: painting, sculpture and photography, and pays special attention to the experimental tendencies, employing current technologies and progressive media. We aim at establishing a vibrant, welcoming atmosphere filled with contemporary art, that we can only fathom with the presence of our collectors.
We believe in the strength of Hungarian fine art and that it deserves equal standing on the international markets. The works of our artists– with their high quality, exciting, typically Central European voice and tone – have become must-haves on the international scene by now, as they merit a place in well-known contemporary art exhibitions and fairs, as well as in major international collections selected by competent curators.
We understand that to build a contemporary fine art collection, beyond the intention to invest, requires love, enthusiasm and respect toward the artists. Accordingly, we co-operate with the owners of already established collections, and offer special attention to the creation of new collections without any cul-de-sacs, respecting the personal and individual notions and emotional ties of the collectors.

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Tuesday – Friday 12 - 6 pm, Saturdays 11 am - 5 pm and by appointment

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Széchenyi utca 3.
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+36 1 787 58 66

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