The Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center launches a new program series called CAPA VISA. Within the framework of the program, leading foreign professionals in the field of contemporary photography – visiting Budapest for professional or private reasons – present their activities, research areas, or hold portfolio consultations and workshops at the Capa Center. The aim of the program series is to create an opportunity for knowledge exchange between international and Hungarian photographers, heads of institutions, curators, independent professionals, writers, and editors. CAPA VISA programs are held in English.
Olivia Arthur will present her two books: Jeddah Diary, exploring the paradoxical world of Saudi Arabia’s coastal city of Jeddah, and stranger, an imagined return to Dubai 50 years into the future. She will also introduce her most recent work In Private Mumbai.
Rafal Milach will discuss about his practice and photography as civic resistance gesture. He will present his work from Poland focused on demonstrations, protests including the book Nearly Every Rose on the Barriers in front of the Parliament.
Date: April 12, 2019, 6pm
Place: Capa Center
No Admission fee.
Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center
Budapest, Nagymező u. 8, 1065 Hungary
April 12, 2019 to April 12, 2019