Works by André Kertész, one of of Hungary's most acclaimed photographers, will be showing alongside an exhibition by 15 contemporary Hungarian photographers of the new generation.
The poetic black and white photographs created by a young Kertész during his years in Hungary (1910-1924) offer an insight into the history of central Europe at the beginning of the 20th century.
They are combined with the contemporary photo exhibition RANDOM: 13. With a wide spectrum of approaches ranging from formal to abstract, it represents the multifaceted nature of Hungarian contemporary photography.
Initiated by Joanna Vasdeki and Jeff Vanderpool, Young Kertész & Young Hungarians was first shown at the Long Room Gallery in Pikermi, Greece. Kertész's early works were taken from the collections of the André Kertész Photography Museum and the Memorial House of Szigetbecse.
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