Clifton Stewart, the curator of 2013’s Holographic & Lenticular Art Exhibit as well as the curator of the International Film Festival at Art & Algorithms, has had a series of photos accepted as part of the opening exhibition of a gallery set up in Budapest, Hungary, in memory of esteemed (war) photographer Robert Capa.
From the organizers of the show:
Capa Project – Projected contemporary images
On the occasion of its eponym’s 100th birthday anniversary, the Capa Center organizes an exhibition that, staying true to Robert Capa’s innovative and original vision, aims to celebrate his still pervading spirit by showcasing new works by contemporary artists. The contest-based exhibition is atypical as the exhibition space built by Lajos Ernst is temporarily turned into a screening room where collected and selected pieces from the open contest will be on view from December 3, 2013.
The exhibition is organized to present the somewhat overshadowed medium of projected images, which plays a key role in contemporary visual culture and especially allows for experimentation, as well as the presentation of attitudes reflecting on the medium of photography and moving images.
The opening of the exhibition will take place on December 2, 2013 in the Capa Center (8 Nagymező Street, Budapest). Visitors may find more information about the exhibition, the artists, and further plans of the Center on the Capa Center’s Facebook page , as well as from the publication issued on the occasion of the vernissage
Here is a link to an online article from the Hungarian Government website: here.