The Budapest Art Factory (BAF) is a non-profit, artist-run studio and exhibition space. Located in the heart of a Budapest industrial complex, the factory studio permanently hosts four contemporary artists: Dóra Juhász, Márta Kucsora, Levente Herman and Sándor Szász who since the foundation have put together their energy and creativity to renovate, revitalize and enrich the Factory’s space.
The Budapest Art factory was originally founded by Dianne C. Brown who had managed the organization until 2009.
The BAF organizes art events, exhibitions, studio visits and discussions on contemporary art. Thus, BAF’s primary aim is to make its 800m2 space available to artists, curators, and art critiques worldwide as well as building cooperative relationships with similar non-profit art organizations to introduce their activities to the Hungarian public. Therefore, to enrich its residency programs, BAF is to invite internationally recognized mid-career artists and curators yearly from May to September.