Exhibitions — October 17, 2023

Tanja Engelberts at Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center in Budapest, Hungary

Group exhibition ENERGY: Redistributing Power and Taming Consumption

On view from 15 October until 26 November, 2023

 

Tanja Engelberts, 500 metres afar, night time, 2020 | Digital print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag, framed | 40 x 22,5 cm | Edition 5 + 2 AP

The exhibition at Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center in Budapest features a group show, an anthology of diverse photography projects focusing on energy, one of the most relevant and complex topics, which everybody has to deal with either as a private or as a public matter. The show comprising over 80 works produced by eight young photographers selected from the FUTURES European Photography Platform’s network, of which Capa Center is the only Hungarian representative in a network of some 20 European partners.

While some projects talk about the destructive forces of energy in warfare or in extractivist society (Tanja Engelberts (NL); Yana Kononova (UA)), others explore existing strategies as possible solutions (Dávid Biró (HU); Umberto Diecinove (IT); Antonio Guerra (ES)), exemplify desirable companionships (Yana Wernicke (DE)) and reflect on healing (Hien Hoang (VE/DE)). Finally, there is a perspective on how the colonial and capitalist structures shaped contemporary cities and how the energy of presence in these spaces could be a form of resistance (Marta Pinto Machado (CV/PT)).

 


Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center

8 Nagymező Street
1065 Budapest, Hungary

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