Free programs of photography on Nagymező Street at the Capa Center and the Mai Manó House from Friday to Saturday this week, April 21-23, 2017.
The 3rd Photo Street Festival in Nagymező . . .
The József Pécsi Photography Grant has supported individuals working in the field of photography in starting their careers for 25 years now. The Capa Center commemorates this special anniversary . . .
In 2016, the Capa Center hosts the Hungarian Press Photo Exhibit for the third consecutive time. The most important and prestigious show of Hungarian photojournalism will be staged between March 25 . . .
The exhibition of Marcell Esterházy, Péter Forgács, and Gábor Gerhes in the Capa Center
The jury of the Capa Grand Prize Hungary selected Arion Gábor Kudász for his entry entitled The Human Scale as the first Grand Prize Hungary-winner in 2015.
More than 15 thousand spectators have already visited the exhibition Capa in Color, presented for the first time in Europe here in the Capa Center. Due to the success of the exhibition, the color . . .
The Capa Center presents the color photographs of Robert Capa - for the first time in Europe.
In March, Hungarian Press Photo Exhibition again at the Capa Center! The most important and prestigious show of Hungarian photojournalism will be staged between March 20 and May 17. The curator of . . .
An exhibition by the Studio of Young Photographers in the Capa Center
A joint interactive exhibition of the Capa Center and Kitchen Budapest entitled Imagining Vision will open on 17 November at the Capa Center.
Photography Grand Prize founded by the Capa Center with prizes totalling HUF 5 million
Eight female photographers – Ami Vitale, Claire Martin, Claudia Guadarrama, Emily Schiffer, Jessica Dimmock, Kathryn Cook, Lurdes R. Basolí, Olivia Arthur – embark on an epic photographic road . . .
Programs of photography in the autumn at the Capa Center and the 120-year-old Mai Manó House
Second Skin. Visual Codes of Social Constructions
Curator: Kata Oltai
The greatest show of Hungarian photojournalism was opened on 27 March at a new site, the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center. As part of the Budapest Spring Festival, the 32nd Hungarian Press . . .
The Capa Center could rent the Tivoli Cinema which has been empty for two years – as approved by the General Assembly of Budapest on its 30 June session. The property is located on the ground floor . . .
Did they fail? Was it just a coincidence that some of them went wrong? How many people would have died because of those bombs which were fired but never exploded? Does art have any means to solve the . . .
How many people would have been killed by the bombs which have been fired but never exploded? What could be the common objective of an American, an Indian and a Russian woman? And how does it feel to . . .
More than twenty thousand people have seen the Magnum Photos agency's world-class exhibitions in Nagymező Street so far. Due to the high interest, the Contact Sheets exhibition can be seen at . . .
The Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center was opened on December 2, 2013 with its first special exhibition. Selected by an international jury, award-winners of the Capa Center’s contest were . . .
Photographs without a camera. An exhibition space turning into a darkroom with the help of a seventy-year-old bicycle. Transformed buildings. The upcoming, unconventional exhibition of the Capa . . .
The photography exhibitions of the year in Budapest. Legendary photographs of the most famous photo agency in the world at the Capa Center and at the Mai Manó House.