This is a selection of the works of Endre Nemes, a native of Pécsvárad, that had been donated to Pécs Museum. The exhibition is hosted in a special room of the permanent exhibition of the International Collection of the Modern Hungarian Gallery at 4 Káptalan Street. Nemes studied and worked in Prague in the early 1930, before settling in Sweden in 1940. He died there in 1985. His work is characterised by abstract and surrealist imagery, and his pictures are inhabited by lifeless puppets and unusual figures. The line between spatial and temporal is blurred, the paintings depict a cold and mechanical world, projecting a vivid fear of an inhumane world. The works on display are periodically updated. Since the reopening, Nemes's cubist drawings and paintings, made in the 1930s and 1940s, have been in display.