An exhibition of Marcell Esterházy, Péter Forgács, and Gábor Gerhes
The three artists do not form a collective; MEANING juxtaposes three solo exhibitions in order to explore the connections between the three artistic practices, to get them read together, and to testify their common ways of thinking. The exhibition will be on view at the Capa Center still March 13.
An exhibition of Beatrix Kőrösparti and András Vég
The series titled Walks from Beatrix Kőrösparti processes the relationship between mother and daughter. The series of András Vég is titled Dual Portraits. The series of the two artists created along intentions, aims, and tools absolutely independent from each other meet for the first time in the exhibition titled Attachments. The exhibition is free and it’s open to the public at the Capa Center’s Project Room from February 2.
Peter Puklus’s exhibition at Berlin
With the professional cooperation of the Capa Center Peter Puklus's exhibition Unsafe to Dance opens on 6 February at the C/O Berlin. With photography Peter Puklus uses a medium that is primarily documentary. However, his method of working is not photographic but rather comparable to that of a sculptor or performer.