“Photographs are an indispensable part of our lives”––the book Pictures of 40 Years shows a selection from the Hungarian Press Photo Exhibitions from the last 40 years.
On Saturday, March 5, 2022 David Claerbout and Gábor Ősz, exhibiting artists of the ANTICAMERA exhibition at the Capa Center, gave a presentation about their work in general and their unique artistic methods.
The word ANTICAMERA condenses the disturbing idea that today we are constantly documenting our lives with smartphones and digital cameras, we may have almost completely forgotten how we once perceived reality back when it was not yet so easy to capture the mundane events of our lives.
“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.