Exhibitions at Hungarian House of Photography
A selection from the Millot-Durrenberger Collection
Margaret Watkins (1884–1969) was a Canadian photographer who is remembered for her innovative contributions to advertising photography. She lived a life of rebellion, rejection of tradition, and individual heroism; she never married, she was a successful career woman in a time when women stayed at home, and she exhibitederoticism and feminism in her art and writing.
The daughter of an Ontario businessman and his Scottish wife, Watkins was born in Hamilton, Ontario on November 8, 1884. Growing… more
Documents of Early Travel Photography 1839-1860
The Genius Experimenter: The Photography of László Moholy- Nagy
Howard Greenberg collection
10 Years of the Budapest Photography Grant
des artistes de VU' La Galerie
Exposition créée en 1994 lors du centenaire de la naissance de Lartigue
Szabolcs Barakonyi, Krisztina Erdei, Balázs Gárdi, Lilla Szász
If I had to divide people into groups, I’d make a category of those who are familiar with Imre Benko’s photos, and another one of those who aren’t. I hope his books and exhibitions increase the number of those who belong to the first group. However, the collection about to be exhibited this time might hold a few surprises for them as well.
Following the footsteps of great predecessors, Benko now decided to focus on portrait, or rather portraits of twins.
And he undertakes the project wit… more
Photo-essays about the Mexican Gypsies entitled Being Always on the Way
Img.: Study ca. 1931 François Kollar © Ministry of Culture, France