An exhibition of photos by renowned Hungarian-born photographer André Kertész opened in the Charleroi Museum of Photography in Belgium on Saturday.
An exhibition showing 200 photos by Hungarian hunter, traveller, writer Count Zsigmond Széchenyi will open in the Budapest Capa Centre of contemporary photography on September 27, the curator of the show said on Wednesday.
Willie Garson, one of the favorite characters in Sex and New York, has passed away at the age of 57.
The 5th Zsigmond Vilmos International Film Festival will get under way in Szeged, in southern Hungary, next Monday, the festival’s director told a press conference.
Béla Bartók’s handwritten letters to the legendary violinist Zoltán Székely, who led the Hungarian Quartet, have been deposited with the Bartók Archive at the Institute of Musicology (BTK) in Budapest.
French actor and producer, Jean-Paul Belmondo died at the age of eighty-eight. His death was announced by his lawyer, Telex writes.
Thirty-two young pianists selected from 20 countries will compete at the 15th Ferenc Liszt International Piano Competition held in Budapest between September 12 and 19 which will feature such acclaimed artists performing as Olga Kern and János Balázs, the organisers have said.
The choir of Rome’s Sistine Chapel will perform in Budapest on Saturday during the Night of Organs festival, which will see 100 events held nationwide.
The Hungarian state has purchased a collection of 520 documents pertaining to the aristocratic Hungarian Batthyány family, stored for the past 75 years in Vienna, for 5.6 million euros.
L. Simon had been a lawmaker since 2010.