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Health House

Exhibition opened

Ceremony to lay the foundation stone of the Tolvajos hilltop chapel

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Missing chapters

The Foundation assigned Eszter Götz as editor for the missing 2001-2011 chapter of the Makovecz oeuvre book. The related government decree declared that the oeuvre book’s release as a most urgent item. Completion of editorial work is expected by the autumn of 2014.

Health House

Inauguration of the Egészségház (Health House) in Csenger. László Kövér, Speaker of the Parliament, spoke at the opening; Calvinist bishop László Tőkés endowed the building. In his opening speech, mayor Zsolt Forján said: “We would like to salute the memory of the architect who recently passed away; the architect who gave visual identity to our settlement, who made our town unique and special, and made its name known throughout the country through the masterpieces of organic architecture dreamt by him and his students, buildings that remind us, Csenger residents, of Imre Makovecz and his internationally renowned work on each and every day.”

Exhibition opened

Exhibition titled “Connecting sky and Earth” opened in the refurbished Vigadó building. At the protocol private event on 14 March, Katalin Dávid opened the exhibition with a memorable speech.

The public opening was held on 17 March, featuring a concert by the Zuglo Philharmonic Orchestra, who played Arvo Pärt’s Arbos. Opening speeches were delivered by Gábor Mezei, Ervin Nagy and Marianne Szabó.

Ceremony to lay the foundation stone of the Tolvajos hilltop chapel

Marking the first step in constructing the Chapel under the Heart of Jesus Lookout, the event was attended by the parish priests of neighbouring villages; the mayor of Farkaslaka; Marianne Szabó [Mrs. Imre Makovecz]; and several supporters and members of the general public. “…the duty of an architect is to connect the sky and the ground. In his life, my husband built this bridge many times, but at this consecrated place we enjoy the privilege of seeing the bridgehead on the other shore, too, in the form of a Christ sculpture …” said Marianne Szabó in her opening words. “Let the near-end bridgehead be built as well and let it guide the lost wandering souls to wherever they can find what they are seeking!”

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