THE MASTER AND HIS PUPILS. AN EXHIBITION OF JÁNOS EIFERT’S MASTER COURSE
Corvin Cultural Centre, Napfény Gallery
1165 Budapest, Hunyadvár utca 43/c
kulturliget.hu
20 October – 29 November 2020

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Ildikó Sopronfalvi: 3 wishes, 2019, giclée print, 40 x 60 cm

János Eifert is a seminal professional and artist, widely acknowledged in Hungary and abroad. The photographer is also active as an educator, lecturer and author of specialist publications. A few years ago he launched a master course for talented amateur photographers, teaching them in his own home. His programme and pedagogical methods draw on five decades of practice. The focus is on unfolding individual potentials, by sharing technical, aesthetic and practical knowledge. Some of the photographers he taught are now in the vanguard of the international scene.

This exhibition presents new works by the master and his pupils, which run the whole gamut of photographic genres, from portraits through landscape and urban views, still lifes and nudes, to reportage—all in individual styles and varied techniques.

Exhibiting artists: Péter Aczél, Györgyi Antal, Katalin Baán, Csaba Bajkó, Zsolt Bakki, Tamás Bárdos, Tímea Bertalan, Béla Bertók, Alekszandra Burkus, Mária Csicseriné Papp, Károly Csorba, Dóra Csörögi, Margot Judit Dajka, Dénes Darab, Tímea Déri, Emil Dudás, Ircsi Ecsedi, János Eifert, Attila Fakila Fekete, Ágnes Fodor, András Gime Gimesi, János Gyöngyösi, Minna Auróra Kiss, Sándor Kelemen, Dezső Koncz, Gábor Kovács, Ildikó Kovács, Juju Judit Kovács, Kata Kőműves, Sándor Kőrösi, Nóra Kricska, Annamária Kristó, Gyöngyi László, Gyöngyi Lehoczki, László Magyar, Gábor Medgyesy, Attila Meenghan, László Montvai, Eszter Németh, Ágnes Olasz, Tünde Osbáth, László Paiss, László Papp, Éva Pinke, Péter Peti, Kriszta Pivonka, Tibor Polinszky, György Rajkai, Antal Ritter, János Roszkos, Ági Sági, Béla Zsolt Schmatz, Krisztián Seiner, Ildikó Sopronfalvi, Krisztina Szakolczai, Martha Sz Kis, Tibor Szendrei, Brigitta Tóth, Katalin Tóth, Katalin Zih, Péter Vas