The material forming the core collection of the museum was donated by Victor Vasarely to the Hungarian State in the early eighties, and the institution opened its doors to the public in the Zichy Castle in Óbuda in 1987. The more than four hundred unique and reproduced compositions provide a comprehensive overview of the artist’s oeuvre spanning from his early academic drawings and commercial graphics made in Hungary to his Op Art and plastic works from the sixties and seventies.


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Permanent exhibition
  • exhibition
Victor Vasarely permanent exhibition Discover Vasarely's complete oeuvre, from his early drawings trough the different periods of his artistic… Tovább
Temporary exhibition
  • exhibition
Dóra Maurer’s pedagogical work played a significant role in her body of work. She experimented with various creative techniques with her students,… Tovább
Temporary exhibition
  • exhibition
Geometry now  10 May 2024- 1 September 2024 The common foundation of regulation or organization, expressed through measurable elements, systems… Tovább
2024. June 22. 18:00 - 19:00
  • performance
  Vasarely around the world, or colourful cities on four continents   Victor Vasarely was invited from the whole world to decorate… Tovább
2024. June 22. 19:00 - 20:00
  • guided tour
Curatorial guided tour of the temporary chamber exhibition “Dóra Maurer's ‘Light-Grammar’ Workshop, 1987–1988” with Veronika Pócs The Vasarely Museum… Tovább
2024. June 22. 20:00 - 21:00
  • guided tour
Meet the Artists  The curator of the international group exhibition “Geometry Now”, Barna Benedek, and the exhibiting artists József Bullás,… Tovább
2024. June 22. 21:00 - 22:30
  • music
French chanson evening with Eszter Kárász A French chanson evening in which well-known and popular Edith Piaf chansons and autobiographical… Tovább
Continuous programme (2024. June 22. 18:00 - 21:00)
  • creative workshop
Continuous workshop and collaborative creation led by Litza Juhász, museum educator for adults, teenagers and children with artist András Wolsky