Three members of the Pictorial Collective won prizes in the 40th Hungarian Press Photo Competition
In addition to two first places and a second place, Simon Móricz-Sabján won the Károly Escher Award for Best News Picture and the Márton Munkácsi Award for Best Collection at the 40th Hungarian Press Photo Competition.
The details are: Simon Móricz-Sabján: The Period Of The Coronavirus – News, Event Photo, 1st place
Simon Móricz-Sabján: Second Life – Reportage, 1st place
Ádám Urbán: Circus Behind the Curtain – Art (series), 2nd place
Simon Móricz-Sabján: The Period of the New Norm – Social Representation, Documentary Photography (Series), 2nd place
Ákos Stiller: Digital Education Realities – Social Representation, Documentary Photography (Series), 3rd place
Róbert László Bácsi’s exhibition ‘Gestures of Freedom’ opened in Szentendre
The exhibition of Róbert László Bácsi – Gestures of Freedom opened on February 12, 2022 at the Vajda Museum in Szentendre. The exhibition space, dedicated to photography, presents photographic exhibitions that change every two to three months, selected from long-term projects by leading artists. The art concept of the first year is Szentendre-focused, providing an opportunity for outstanding photographers working in Szentendre or its surroundings, primarily in the form of a solo or double exhibition. The first solo exhibition focused on 5 long-term photo projects around the theme of living individual freedom.
Pictorial Collective: Decade – Book Presentation
On Wednesday, December 22, 2021, from 5.30 pm, the members of the Pictorial Collective – Róbert László Bácsi, András D. Hajdú, Bálint Hirling , Balázs Mohai, Simon Móricz-Sabján , Ákos Stiller, Ádám Urbán, László Végh -, Gabriella Csizek, the editor of the book, Orsolya Mohai-Nagy, the graphic designer of the book, and Katalin Kopin present the photo book of Pictorial Collective: Decade.
Ten years, one book. As a conclusion and as a first step to continue, putting themselves and their images so far in a position. The individual series, selected from the now active eight members, the eight thematic selections from the work of each, and the three jointly elaborated themes alternate in the book, showcasing the community and its members as well.