André Kertész Hall
George Eastman Hall
The Exhibition EXTENDED
to 2nd October 2011
10 Years of the Budapest Photography Grant
Imre Benkő, Tamás Dezső, Balázs Gárdi, Norbert Hartyányi, Dániel Kovalovszky, Gábor Arion Kudász, Márk Simon, Gyula Sopronyi, György Stalter, Zoltán Vancsó
Curator: Sári Stenczer
Opening remarks by Enikő Eszenyi actress, Director of Vígszínház
Open to the public: 1st July to 2nd October 2011
on Weekdays: 14.00 - 19.00
at Weekends 11.00 - 19.00
b. 1972, Budapest
Whether on a Cuban beach or in Paris, or in the capital of Hungary, in all cases, Zoltán Vancsó explores the broad frontier between document and fiction. His black and white photographs are primarily founded on shapes and moods, carefully recording moments sought and found in reality, without making socially oriented statements. His works are infused with a uniquely personal, emotional style, taking the spectator on a light journey across his photographs, in the footsteps of the wandering photographer.
Vancsó made his series Budapest Street in 2007, supported by the Budapest Photography Grant.
Hungarian House of Photography in Mai Manó House
H-1065 Budapest-Terézváros, Nagymezõ utca 20.