The Lenia Gallery is found in a studiohouse which is situated in the Buda Hills, in a garden among ancient trees. The building was designed by Béla Pintér. Within its walls, the creative work has been going on for fifty years, now, it also serves as an exhibition room.(It can be visited by preliminary registration) The biggest part of the material of the gallery is the life-work of the members of an artist family.

MÁRIA TÚRY (1930—1992)
Painter, double Munkácsy-prize winner, precious artist

GYÖRGY KÁDÁR (1912—2002)
Painter, Kossuth – and Munkácsy-prize winner, excellent and precious artist

Graphic artist

Beside their works, a contemporary collection is the part of the studiohouse, as well. (Fekete László, Győrffy Sándor, Kalmár János, Almásy Aladár, etc.) This collection mainly consists of the works of György Kádár’s friends, colleagues, mates and students. (Kmetty János, Bortnyik Sándor, Szőnyi István, Barcsay Jenő, Gross Arnold, El Kazovszkij, Záborszky Gábor, Kiss György, etc.)

In the collection – thematicaly, by genres or technically – almost everything is accessable from the small graphichs, through the enamels and oil-paintings to the precious gobelin and can be purchased at a favourable price.

In the building, a graphic art studio practise called „Csütörtök” Ltd. which takes on all kinds of graphic works from design to execution.