Mai Manó House (Hungarian House of Photography) is the centre of contemporary photography in
As a true intellectual workshop it provides opportunity to various trends in photography for
introducing themselves. Its exhibitory activities are enhanced by professional programs: meetings
of visitors and artist, book-presentations, lectures, screenings, conferences, informal talks. Its
events target people of all ages interested in photography: more than 110 year-old studio-house
offers an exceptional opportunity for museum-pedagogical classes. There are events especially
organized for professional photographers: portfolio-reviews and master-classes. Mai Manó House's
educational activity propagates photographing and the art of photography in an ever widening
3rd September 2014, 5.00 PM
Jean Marquis and the niece of Robert Capa visit the street of photography in Budapest
Guided tour and public discussion with Jean Marquis and his wife, Susy Fischer, Robert Capa’s niece
We welcome two prominent guests in the street of photography when the famous
photographer, Jean Marquis and his wife, Susy Fischer, Robert Capa’s niece visit the
institutions of photography in downtown Budapest.
On Wednesday, September 3 at 5:30pm, Jean Marquis will guide a tour in French at the
Magnum’s First exhibition, where his works are also on display, in the Mai Manó House.
The tour is going to be in French, interpretation to Hungarian is provided.
Following the guided tour we invite you to a public discussion with Susie Fischer and
Jean Marquis in the Capa Center from 7:00pm. The talk is led by Zsuzsanna Balázs
journalist in English.
Register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: guided tour
Hungarian House of Photography – Mai Manó House
Photography Speaker Series in English
Following the success of the Photography Free University series, the
Hungarian House of Photography launches an English speaking lecture series in
2012 to all those interested in photography. The first semester of the series
features experts on various fields of photography with topics ranging from
discussions on past and present Hungarian, as well as international photography,
historical and institutional opportunities and perspectives, as well as artistic
endeavors and possibilities.
Hungarian House of Photography in Mai Manó House
H-1065 Budapest-Terézváros, Nagymező utca 20.