Gilles Roudiere (1976) is a member of mid-generation contemporary French photography. He’s not a street photographer, neither a documentarist, but he keeps capturing ephemeral intimate and banal moments of countries he travels. With his black and white grainy images he explores the authentic identity of his destinations and shows how people interact with their surroundings […]
For the third consecutive year now, Budapest Photo Festival chose a classic genre as an inspiration for contemporary Hungarian photographers. This time, the organizers were looking for works that interpret or redefine the landscape genre, or continue along well-established, traditional lines. Pictures that fit into the broader concept of landscape photography were welcome for this […]
The BUDAPEST PHOTO FESTIVAL is the biggest photography event in Hungary. In its’ third year in 2019, it opens with a real gem on the 28th of February in MŰCSARNOK, Budapest: with the living legend of American independent movie making, the great director, screenwriter, painter and musician, the one and only David Lynch. The opening […]
Works of French photographer, Alain Laboile will be first time exhibited in Hungary in the collaboration of Budapest Photo Festival and Institut Francais Budapest. His series ‘ La Famille’ shows the bucolic yet timeless ordinary days of his own family, from the angle of a father of six. The black and white photographs reveal the […]
This selection of photography works by Paulo Nozolino and José Manuel Rodrigues represents the lyrical narrative of modern Portuguese photography. Paulo Nozolino is one of the central figures of contemporary photography. The exhibition is held with the cooperation of Instituto Camões in Budapest and the Portuguese Photography Center.
Budapest Photo Festival traditionally invites photographers to think and create in a classical photographic genre – presenting the attitudes of contemporary Hungarian photographers. With our photo competition Still life, we searched for contemporary reflexions on Still life.
If you had any doubts about John Malkovich being able to play the role of a little girl – perhaps two little girls – or impersonating Marilyn Monroe, the American sex symbol on a nude photograph, after seeing the exhibition in Kunsthalle (Műcsarnok), all doubts will banish
One of the priorities of BPF is to introduce the contemporary scene of the international photography to the Hungarian audience. To show a new point of view of the photography to the public and to inspire the professional audience as well…
The exhibition is constituted by the 25 best photos of the International competition “home”, what was presented as part of the event in June of 2016 in Ioannina – Greece and continues its journey to 13 cities around Greece and 3 countries abroad. Theme which offers a wide field of expression, in any approach, is meaningful and with plenty interpretations…
Coloring the program of the Budapest Spring Festival by the art of photograpy the Budapest Photo Festival in the cooperation of the Castle Garden Bazaar represents its highlighted exhibition. Portraits made photography a serious art medium in the 19th century. As it became possible to fix the human presence on photosensitive materials, a new era began in history. Photos of human faces and figures completely changed how people perceive themselves and others. It turned the conventional visual depiction on its head and it made photography a professional vocation.