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Portrait of Humanity 2020

Until October 10, 2020

The Portrait of Humanity 2020 exhibition showing the winning images of a worldwide collaborative contest born from a mission to prove there is more that unites us than sets us apart

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38th Hungarian Press Photo Exhibition

Until November 15, 2020

The press photo exhibition has been an excellent occasion for a joint recollection of memories for almost four decades. Through the works of the photojournalists, we can recall the most important political events, joyful and sad stories, and the global and local environmental changes of increasing importance from the previous year. We can remember the most prominent sports competitions and achievements, the most memorable cultural events. At the same time, we must also face some saddening and unresolved social issues again, or we can be just pleased to see some improvements emerging in the pictures.

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Lilla Szántói: Tactile Vision

Until October 11, 2020

The photographs and photo books of Lilla Szántói reveal delicate whiffles and observations, through which we do not only get a chance to see the various forms and motions but can also realize their importance and necessity: to feel what we sense.

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The Photojournalist Robert Capa

Until December 31, 2020

Robert Capa is considered the unique visual chronicler of several 20th-century wars (the Spanish Civil War, the Second Sino-Japanese War, the Second World War, the First Arab-Israeli War, and the First Indochina War) both in the world and the Hungarian history of photography. The Hungarian photographer, who covered five wars directly from the battlefield, made his mark in photography in the course of his tragically short life. His photographs taken in the frontlines and in the heartland brought about a visual world establishing a new school, and he showed the power of images constructed from a deep sense of humanism to generations to come, up till today.

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Until September 30, 2020
Other location: Budapest Park

Through 105 images, the exhibition gives the world-famous photojournalist of Hungarian origin an insight into his activities as well as his private life.