What happens when a Veszprém shoemaker decides to become obsessed with abstract painting? Out of these amusing beginnings, a true museological curiosity was born in 2003. Situated in the Castle District, a few blocks from the Fire Lookout Tower, László Vass’ collection is one of the most extensive ones in Hungary, containing a wide range of paintings, sculptures and drawings created by European and Hungarian non-figurative and constructivist artists. With its historical setting and charming courtyard location, the neo-avant-garde exhibition is genuinely exciting, but you’ll probably only enjoy it if you think that Malevich’s Black Square holds as much artistic merit as Dalí’s melting watches.