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BUDAPEST PHOTO FESTIVAL 2019

BUDAPEST PHOTO FESTIVAL 2019

Michele Borzoni » Paulo Catrica » Lajos Csontó » Cristina De Middel » Balázs Deim » Imre Drégely » Anna Fabricius » João Grama » Lucien Hervé » Rodolf Hervé » Christina Kahlo » Viola Kaulics » Gábor Kerekes » Bea Kolozsi » Ábel Krulik » Alain Laboile » Lásló Lugo Lugosi » David Lynch » Bruno Morais » Tito Mouraz » Szilvia Mucsy » Liz Nielsen » Tomas Opitz » Gilles Roudière » Lenke Szilágyi » Carla Tabora » Adám Urbán » Misha Vallejo » Robert Vano » Ági Vedres » Ági Vedres » & others

Festival: – 20 Apr 2019

Budapest Photo Festival


Budapest

+36-1-


www.budapestphotofestival.hu

BUDAPEST PHOTO FESTIVAL 2019
© David Lynch SmallStories INTERIOR #5 – Courtesy: Item éditions, Paris

The Budapest Photo Festival is an annual city-wide exhibition series what represents the contemporary and classical values of the photography by the presence of the Hungarian and international art scene. The aim of the Festival is to create Budapest to be the „City of Photography”. The festival has two highlighted exhibitions as a frame: the opening international show and a Hungarian contemporary overview. The emphasis, – next to the two highlighted exhibitions – , is on the presentation of the international contemporary scene, by the program of the International Cultural Institutes, beside the exhibitions of the biggest galleries, museums and art schools of the Hungarian Capital. The Festival involves many public programs also: lectures, workshops, photomarathon, museum educational events, portfolio review and photobook show, what will place at the Festivalcenter Budapest Project Gallery.

BUDAPEST PHOTO FESTIVAL 2019
Paulo Catrica: Stadia / S.Alhandra vs Sanjoanense, Alhandra, 19.10.2003
BUDAPEST PHOTO FESTIVAL 2019
Gilles Roudiere: Istanbul, 2015
BUDAPEST PHOTO FESTIVAL 2019
© David Lynch SmallStories HEAD #2 – Courtesy: Item éditions, Paris
BUDAPEST PHOTO FESTIVAL 2019
© Tito Mouraz