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Liberty, Equality, Sorority, Sensuality – Perspectives on the Female Experience

Until March 26, 2023

Exhibiting artists: Márta Aczél, Marianne Csáky, Orshi Drozdik, Andi Gáldi Vinkó, Katalin Ladik, Júlia Standovár

The exhibition Liberty, Equality, Sorority, Sensuality features images and photo series that have photography seen as a tool and opportunity for women’s emancipation, artistic self-fulfillment, and exercise of solidarity towards each other. In cooperation with Hungarian galleries regularly attending major international photography fairs, we selected works with the purpose of providing an insight into the oeuvre of artists who deliberately take an active role in opening up new perspectives on women’s personal experiences.

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Until April 16, 2023

The fifth issue of CAPAZINE, a journal regularly released by the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center, and the related exhibition got the title LET’S PET! this year. The focus of the LET’S PET! zine and exhibition, as well as the six-month workshop series from which they were born, was the animal, the different senses of animals and humans, the varied forms and relationships between humans and animals, along with the photographic presentation thereof. During the workshops, participants and lecturers used the tools of diverse disciplines to study these topics ranging from animal-human friendship to the fate of farm animals to the kitteh and doggo pictures blowing up the Internet.

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Balázs Somorjai: Panel World

Until June 03, 2023

“1 million 656 thousand. According to 2011 census, that was how many people had been living in panel apartments for just over a decade… every sixth Hungarians living in Hungary. I was one of those sixths.” writes Balázs Somorjai. His photo series Panelvilág (Panelworld), created from this personal motivation, is a special interweaving of portraits and interiors. The images, based on conversations and taken in a considered, then staged and lit space, visualize both the multiple sides of the personality and the private space together and their interaction. The staging and the lighting effects create an opportunity to highlight and condense the important moments.

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André Kertész. His Photographs Donated to Szigetbecse

From July 02, 2022

André Kertész, by his own admission, acquired everything that his art, his vision, and his personality was based on and determined by, here in Szigetbecse and the surrounding landscape, inspiring artworks of nearly eight decades. Now we are showcasing seventy of the images selected by Kertész, based on an agreement with the Municipality of Szigetbecse.