Photography: Hungary’s Greatest Export?
A lecture by Colin Ford, exhibition curator. Colin Ford discusses how the exhibition was conceived, and queries just how much of the nature and quality of the work of these famous five photographers stems from the influence of their homeland of Hungary.
Photographing London: The Hungarian Connection
Mike Seaborne, Senior Curator of Photographs, Museum of London, and their current exhibition London Street Photography looks at documentary and street photography throughout the capital between the two World Wars and the Hungarian influences on their development.
Capturing the Artist: Photographing the Artist’s Studio
Sarah Lea, Royal Academy of Arts, explores the photographs by André Kertész and Brassaï taken in the studios of Mondrian, Matisse and Picasso. She considers the creative interaction between photographers and artists in the avant-garde of 1920s and ‘30s Paris.