The fellowship-winners of the Capa Grand Prize Hungary 2021: Szabolcs Barakonyi, Fanni Katalin Horváth, Simon Móricz-Sabján.
“The artworks produced at the CAPAZINE – LET’S EAT workshop prove that the visual representation of food is such an extremely complex cultural phenomenon as food itself.”—Máté Wágner participated on the CAPAZINE – LET’S EAT workshop as a writer. His essay called Show us What You Eat and We’ll Capture Who You Are she reflects on the works made during the workshop.
With the second issue of the Review of Hungarian Photography, our goal is to make the works of contemporary Hungarian photographers and photographic experts known in the international arena of photography, to present what is happening in Hungary today in the field of photography.
Read the conversation of curator Eric Lawton and artists Gustavo Balbela, Elsa Gregersdotter, Andrej Lamut, Ida Nissen and André Viking of the exhibition A Forged and Delicate Future, which was realized as part of the PARALLEL – European Photo Based Platform, and was on view at Capa Center.
The exhibition titled A Forged and Delicate Future was created within PARALLEL – European Photo Based Platform as a curatorial project in response to the thematic framework of the program’s 4th cycle: Changing Times: Art Facing a New World.
The exhibition titled Of This World – Envisioning Alternative Cartographies was created within PARALLEL – European Photo Based Platform as a curatorial project in response to the thematic framework of the program’s 4th cycle: Changing Times: Art Facing a New World.
Pictorial 10 features images of thirteen photographers, former and active members of the Pictorial Collective – we are now featuring the series of the exhibition, that can be viewed in full at the Capa Center.