As you stand in front of the building, the first thing that may catch your eyes is the sign “The Laboratory of Molnár and Moser”. It refers to an old Hungarian company that used to manufacture cosmetics. The laboratory stopped producing sixty years ago and now the building is home to Vintage Gallery. It’s journey started back in 1996. Gallerist Attila Pőcze’s main aim was to familiarize photography with Hungarian art lovers and the traders. The gallery mainly features the photographs and paintings of Hungarian neo-avantgarde and contemporary artists. Through the galleries exhibitions you can understand the connections between the 20th century and today’s art. There’s something about the atmosphere that makes this “white cube” type of gallery special. It’s so calm in there, and the huge windows give a gorgeous view of the Károlyi garden as well as provide the gallery with natural light.