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Address:
32 Bogdányi Street, 2000 Szentendre

Opening hours:
from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm.
Tickets can be purchased until 5:30 pm.

Phone:
+36 20 779 6657


Tickets:
Full-price: HUF 1400 Ft | 1700 Ft*
Reduced: 700 Ft | 800 Ft*

*Combined ticket: all FMC exhibitions can be visited with the combined ticket. For further ticket information, please click here!

You can find the details of the Art Capital ticket prices on the Art Capital webpage.

ArtMill

The 19th-century building of the former sawmill is one of the most interesting and special exhibition venues in Hungary. Based on a idea of painters Dezső Korniss and Pál Deim, the gallery was opened to the general public on the initiative of For Szentendre’s Art Foundation in cooperation with the Szentendre Architects’ Club in June 1999. The aim of the founders was to establish a modern artists’ center. The museum currently hosts temporary exhibitions.

It is the atmosphere, the diverse, special spaces, and the over one and a half decades of professional history of the ArtMill that makes it a definitive center for contemporary art not only on a local, but also on an international scale. It is the third most important exhibition space in Hungary thanks to its features and its temporary exhibitions visited by a large number of people.

The 19th-century building of the former sawmill is one of the most interesting and special exhibition venues Hungary. Based on an idea of painters Dezső Korniss and Pál Deim, the gallery was opened to the general public on the initiative of For Szentendre’s Art Foundation in cooperation with the Szentendre Architects’ Club in June 1999 after its inauguration in 1998. The aim of the founders was to establish a modern artists’ center as well as present Szentendre art in temporary exhibitions. The ArtMill was expanded with new wings as part of an EU tender and continued to function in accordance with the founders’ plans under the professional direction of the Ferenczy Museum, a city museum covering the county in 2012. Since 2016 it has belonged to the Ferenczy Museum Center.
It is the four units (northern wing, middle wing, southern wing, closed courtyard), the location within Szentendre, the atmosphere of the ArtMill, its uniqueness, and the over one and a half decades of professional history that makes it a definitive center for contemporary art not only on a local, but also on a Central European scale.

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Current Exhibition(s):

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