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For over 110 years, the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest has represented the diversity of the visual arts of the highest standards. Spanning artistic movements and centuries of history, the museum brought countless masterpieces to Budapest, and has mounted the most visited exhibitions in the country thanks to the unwavering support of the business community. Today, generous corporate support helps the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest to continue fulfilling its mission by funding popular exhibitions, special events. We thank all our corporate friends for their commitment to our institution and for their lasting contribution to Hungarian culture.
For their outstanding support we would like to acknowledge the generosity of MVM Group and OTP Bank, who have been serving an instrumental role in financing the popular Múzeum+ series and several successful exhibitions at the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest and the Hungarian National Gallery.
As main sponsors of the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest and the Hungarian National Gallery, Gránit Bank and MFB Hungarian Development Bank have been loyal partners in bringing to life our memorable exhibitions.
In 2018 the Museum of Fine Arts created the Corporate Membership in order to improve the art programs. We are grateful to our members for their generous and exemplary support.
In the end of 2021 a new permanent exhibition of the Old Master Paintings collection presenting the Baroque art was opened in the newly renovated wing in the City Park as closing chapter of the comprehensive reconstruction of the Museum. Corporate partners of the rearranged exhibition’s Dutch and Flemish halls are
The generous contribution of corporate partners has assisted us not only in implementing large-scale international exhibitions, but in making them a complete experience for our visitors.
Our expert media network has been helping the museum to reach out to a growing audience and deliver its message throughout various media outlets.
We are proud of our longstanding partnership with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Hungary and extremely grateful for the generous support they have been providing for the restoration of particular artworks from the Museum’s Dutch & Flemish collection for over a decade
The Museum of Fine Arts is maintained by the Ministry of Human Capacities