Budapest Photo Weekend


October 3-6, 2019

BUDAPEST PHOTO WEEKEND festival came to life with the aim of promoting Hungarian
contemporary photography and presenting Budapest as a significant center of photo art. The complex and high quaity program series taking place in October 2019 draws the attention of the international audience interested in photography to Budapest and also offers special content from all over the world for the Hungarians.

BUDAPEST PHOTO WEEKEND is a satellite event of Art Photo Budapest, the only photography fair in Central and Eastern Europe



OCTOBER 6, 2019
12.00 Oleg KULIK – photo artist, sculptor, curator, performance artist
Millenáris, Building D – Inside Art auditorium


OCTOBER 6, 2019, 4PM
PHOTOGRAPHY AS ART / Underrated or overrated? Is popularity a devaluating factor?
Dr. Doris GASSERT – Research Curator, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur
Lois LAMMERHUBER –photographer, Director, Festival La Gacilly – Baden Photo, Baden
Karen NOBLE – Manager of Collections and Exhibitions, Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego
Timothy PERSONS – Founder, Gallery Taik Persons, Berlin – Helsinki,
Duncan WOOLDRIDGE – Course Director for BA (Hons) Fine Art Photography, Camberwell College of
Art, London
Moderated by:
KOLLMANN Szilvia – Founder and Managing Director, Műtá, Budapest
Millenáris, Building D – Inside Art auditorium


2019. OCTOBER 3, 2019, 3PM
Zerkalo (Mirror)
The book is presented by:
Igor LEBEDEV – Curator, State Museum and Exhibition Center ROSPHOTO, St. Petersburg
Millenáris, Building D – Inside Art auditorium
2019. OCTOBER 6, 2019, 2PM
R18 – book presentation by the photography group RANDOM
Millenáris, Building D – Inside Art auditorium


2019. OCTOBER 3–6, 2019
Central and Eastern Europe’s only international photography fair
Millenáris, Building D


2019. OCTOBER 6–NOVEMB ER 3, 2019
Stay True – Emigration in Soviet Photography in the ‘70s—’90s
Guest exhibition of The State Russian Museum and Exhibition Center ROSPHOTOTO
KiscellI Museum (III. Budapest, Kiscelli u. 108.)
2019. OCTOBER 3–6, 2019
Bauhaus Contemporary
Photographic reflections to the Bauhaus and its Hungarian actors
Millenáris, Building C, P801
2019. OCTOBER 3–6, 2019
New Visegrad Photography
Selection of works by fresh graduate photographers from the V4 region
Millenáris, Building D, P601-602
2019. OCTOBER 2–6, 2019
Russia Sweet and Slow
Outdoor photoexhibition of Emil Gataullin
Millenáris Park