A periodic exhibition of Imre Makovecz drawings opens in Devecser at the Roman Chatolic Church and the Rotary House on 4 October 2013. The date is declared a Day of Remembrance commemorating the 2011 ‘red sludge’ disaster.
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Az oldal cikkei bevezetőkkel:
“At the same time, this building marks one of the peaks of my professional career. It incorporates all the elements that I have ever found and it also displays some childhood surrealism. The three interwoven domes evoke the first Gotheanum and eat up the ruinous walls of the two side wings that represent the old culture, fall to the side and disappear in a space that they create. Now this space is geometrically simple, but its message is very strong and complex, its effects are almost surreal.”
(Imre Makovecz: Diary, excerpt)
On the second anniversary of the red sludge disaster, the Ecumenical Chapel designed by Imre Makovecz was consecrated. A torch lit procession was also held in remembrance of the victims. The newly built eco housing estate where the chapel sits is named Makovecz park; the nearby community space is called the Máltai kert (Maltese garden).