“The works chosen for the title Identity deal with the issues of individual and collective identity, self-awareness, self-reflection, and personal stories.” – Get to know the section called Identity of the Zeitgeist exhibition.
“The works displayed in the Anthropocene section are not activist initiatives. Avoiding didactic solution proposals, they seek to tell stories, shape attitudes and raise awareness of individual responsibility with the help of sensual effects and visual representation.” – Get to know the section called Anthropocene of the Zeitgeist exhibition.
“The series exhibited in this section typically investigate everyday spiritual or ritual routines that constitute integral parts of our contemporary life.” – Get to know the section called Mystique of the Zeitgeist exhibition.
“In these works, artists are playing with and playing off the documentary function of photography, questioning its credibility while also testing the gullibility of the viewer.” – Get to know the section called Post-truth and Pseudo-science of the Zeitgeist exhibition.
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Summer. Hanging around, drinking beer, enjoying the holiday. Swimming in the water, sunbathing on the pier. The searing heat, the sound of the crickets, the sunsets. The photo series of Szabolcs Barakonyi, Zsófia Pályi and István Bielik show the familiar faces and scenes of our summers.
“The world is the playing field of the photographer who can play in various ways – he can be severe, laughing, analyzing, instinctive, tactical or jeopardizing. The works offer a playful variety of photographic games.” In his writing titled Let’s Imagine the Game, Balázs Gáspár reflects on the photoseries, which was made during the CAPAZINE – LET’S PLAY workshop.
“A constant topic of discussion of our era and that of our youngest generations is our enthralment to technology, and how our connection to reality is slowly fading away.” In his writing titled Pictures on Speed, Endre Cserna reflects on the photoseries, which was made during the CAPAZINE – LET’S PLAY workshop.