Hungarian House of Photography - Mai Mano House
A two story photography exhibition space. We recommend to check what the current exhibitions are.
Hungarian House of Photography - Mai Mano House. Visit for a good, authentic or contemporary exhibition!
Always special and interesting photo exhibitions and the next door cafe (Mai Manó) is best during the warmer months, when you can laze on the terrace, enjoying the view of the hustle and bustle of Nagymező street.
“The artwork depicting four women under frazzled umbrellas is situated in the heart of Óbuda's historical center. Mueums, coffee houses, restaurants are some minutes walk from here. The statues are object of debate until today: what are they dedicated to? Originally entitled 'Expectants' are obviously tarts on sentry-go, waiting for clients. The sculptor got inspired during his journey in Paris.”
“ Postcards, notebooks, printed artworks, bags, clothes, accessories in wide and wild variety all designed by Hungarian artists. Those who are searching for something really unique should visit Fian Shop.”
“As you can see now, this part of Budapest, called Óbuda hold so many things. The Goldberger Textile Museum is one of these great sights. History of Hungarian textile industry from the late 18th century to the millennium dominated by one great dynasty, the Goldbergers. Strenuous in following newest trends, investing in modern equipment, having the knowledge, courage and responsibility to grow made the Goldbergers leaders of Hungarian textile industry. In the building of their former factory an interactive exhibition waits for you to tell you more about the history of those 200 years through the lens of textile industry. Interesting for children, too!”
“Get to know more about Hungarian Avant-garde through the life and artworks of Lajos Kassák, leading figure of this style and era. Works of art, publications and manuscripts form the basis of the collection that is put on show. His artistic activity responses to social and political challenges of his time. If you decided to visit Old Buda, it is worth to add Kassák Museum to your must visit list.”
“Situated right behind Memento Park it calls for binding the two programs together. Bring along a backpack with some sandwich and drink and start exploring. It is a karst plateau on the highest peak of the neighbourhood with extreme amount of sunny hours from early spring on. The only 3 km long trail takes you through various landscapes, flora and fauna. Follow numbered signs put all your way long.”