Dr. Peter Mayer, Photo Exhibit, Budapest Unitarian Church

  • 6 Jun 2018 12:58 PM
Dr. Peter Mayer, Photo Exhibit, Budapest Unitarian Church
Now on until 15 September: “The Visual Richness of African-Americans” candid close-ups now on display.

“When it comes to people, all people, there is so much to see and learn and so much to enjoy.

Take the opportunity to meet visually and emotionally a large number of African-Americans as portrayed in close-ups as they are to themselves living in their environment.” Dr. Peter Mayer

Dr. Peter Mayer has had exhibits about Roma people at the American International School, an exhibit entitled “Uncommon Photos of Common People” at the Merlin Theatre, two shows entitled “We Hungarians” one in Budapest at the Parliament’s Office building and at the other at the Hungarian Embassy in New York City, “The Visual  Richness of African Americans” (two exhibits, one at the Szentendre Military Academy and one currently on display) and “Ode to Hands” at the BP XIIIth Ditr, Mayor’s Office.

Visiting hours: Mon & Thurs 9.00 to 13.00, Sun 10.00 to 13.00 or by appointment, contact, Ms. Nora Zita 06-70-221-1770

Budapest Unitarian Church exhibit hall, 1st floor.  
1055 Budapest, Nagy Ignac u 2-4.
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