The House of Arts Veszprém’s group exhibition Rorschach Image, open until mid-June, presents a selection of Hungarian photographic works from the last fifty years. The exhibition in three separate exhibition spaces deals with questions of mirrors and mirroring and is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the death of Swiss psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach. He used the inkblot test named after him to map the personality structure of his patients.
The group exhibition in the three separate exhibition spaces of the Dubniczay Palace in Veszprém features works by Imre Bak, Ákos Czigány, Máté Dobokay, Ágnes Eperjesi, Miklós Erdély, Gábor Gerhes, Zsigmond Károlyi, Dóra Maurer, László Méhes, Hajnal Németh—Balázs Beöthy, Gábor Palotai, Géza Perneczky, Sándor Pinczehelyi, Zsuzsi Ujj, János Vető and András Zalavári, all of whom have used analogue, digital and off-camera methods. In addition, Dezső Szabó’s latest “cameraless” series, Copy, will be shown in its entirety for the first time.
Some of the photographs explore aspects of composition and illusion, while other works focus on the mirror as an object. In other artworks, the concept of the copy and its visual representation is realized through the physicochemical properties of black and white photographic paper.
The exhibition was realized with the support of acb Gallery, Dániel Erdély, Kisterem, Neon Gallery, Várfok Gallery and Vintage Gallery.
Open: April 29, 2022 – June 12, 2022.
House of Arts Veszprém, Dubniczay Palace 8200 Veszprém, Vár Street 29.
Opening hours: Monday – Friday: closed, Saturday: 17:00 – 21:00, Sunday: 10:00 – 20:00
Cover photo: Gábor Gerhes, Dance Macabre — I-VI, photograph, glass printing, 34×44 cm
Source: Press Release