The Others

Dear All,

These black-and-white photos are posted in the permanent exhibition of the Hungarian National Museum and part of the outstanding Photo Collection of it. I am writing my MA thesis on the permanent exhibition of this museum, with the intention to find out what kind of message does it have, if any, in concerning with identity, Hungarian national idea etc. At the exhibition there are approximately 10 photos about “the significant others” for the Hungarians, the Germans and the Soviets as oppressing powers.
In my photo essay I am researching the similar characteristics among these photos in describing that group of people. I am looking for the visual techniques and images that provide hint for a certain evaluation of the group as well as if there is any motif or hidden intention that connect them (why and how these photos were chosen to exhibit and not others).

Melinda

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