John Malkovich – Homage to Photographic Masters – Art Gallery – Budapest

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Art Gallery – 28.02. – 06.03.2018.

District  XIV.,  37.  Dózsa György Rd. -Budapest

Previous visit to Budapest by John Malkovich held an enormous interest. This photo exhibition  has been extended until June, 3. 2018.  Sandro Miller: Malkovich Malkovich Malkovich | Respect for the Camera Masters, this year’s most spectacular photo exhibition in the Art Gallery, where John Malkovich becomes the main hero of photo icons. The series, completed in 2017 with 20 new photos was first seen in Budapest.

The highlight of Budapest Photo Festival 2018 – the project of the renowned American photographer Sandro Miller, and the famous actor John Malkovich is quite a venture: Malkovich Malkovich Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters.

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 Art Gallery (Műcsarnok), all doubts will banish.

The unrestrained but not diffuse, the quite serious but entertaining artistic game involves two “magicians”: actor and photographer.

The fantastic photographs, that are an unusual homage to iconic masters of cinema and photography, finally arrive to Hungary as well. The photo-project is a salute to such artists as the expert of creating tension in motion picture, Alfred Hitchcock, the icon of pop art, Andy Warhol or one of the classics of portrait photography, Annie Leibovitz. Sandro Miller – “Sandro” as he is called – has been a key figure of American photography for more than three decades. He is a photographer of celebrities, whose commercial and fashion works hallmark several famous big companies and whose artistic works have been published in nine photo albums. He and Malkovich are both “colleagues” and friends – they have been working together not only on photographs but on several experimental short films as well. Curator: Klára Szarka

Opening hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Thursday Noon – 8 p.m. Saturday, Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Guided Tours in Hungarian language: May,8., May,29., June,2. all starting at 6 p.m.

Tickets available on the spot at the ticket office.

Update Aggie Reiter

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