Subjective Budapest Maps Exhibition

“The last two decades have brought wide-ranging changes in the life of Budapest: in the wake of the social and economic transformation that was brought about by the transition to democracy, urban and social space has been restructured. During the transition, the emergence of the private sector and the infusion of foreign capital radically altered the city. All these had an effect on Budapest’s development, on all aspects of the changes. Throughout the period, artists have reacted to these processes with acute sensitivity.”

Open from October 20 – 2 December

OSA

+ just found out that we have a colleague exhibiting so it is even more recommended.

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