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The intellectual heritage of Imre Makovecz

“Laying the foundation stone” ceremony at Zalaegerszeg

Songs of new times

Exhibition in Yekaterinburg, Russia

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The intellectual heritage of Imre Makovecz

A monthly cultural magazine on channel M5 of Hungarian National Television aired a video report presenting the Imre Makovecz Centre and Archives building. Interviewees include Pál Makovecz, the son of the late architect; Lőrinc Csernyus, Ybl-prize winner architect and a former student of Makovecz; and Lilla Berta, an architect associate of the Foundation.

The full interview can be viewed at: Video

“Laying the foundation stone” ceremony at Zalaegerszeg

This is the first time that a Makovecz building that only existed on paper before (there are nearly 300 building designs like that) will now be brought to life. Implementation will take place under the framework of Government Decree no. 2022/2015 and will be financed from the Imre Makovecz Tender Fund.

As the first step, a ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the Holy Mary Chapel took place near Zalaegerszeg, on the shore of Gébárti lake on 18.07.2018.

Further information on the event is available at the following (Hungarian language) link:
Zalaegerszegi Televízió, Zala megyei hírportál, Zala média

Songs of new times

A series of interviews titled “New songs of new times” presents artists and creations of various art forms in a new, fresh approach. The interviews scrutinize the creative process and how artists feel while it is happening.

The latest edition presents the Városkút house designed by Imre Makovecz. Interviewees include Pál Makovecz, the son of the late architect; Lőrinc Csernyus, Ybl-prize winner architect and a former student of Makovecz; and Lilla Berta, an architect associate of the Foundation.

A video of the interview is available at: Film

Exhibition in Yekaterinburg, Russia

Yekaterinburg is the fifth Russian city to host the Imre Makovecz exhibition “Connecting Sky and Earth…”. The exhibition was opened by chief consul Sergei Szűcs and HAA secretary general dr. Tamás Kucsera in representation of Hungary, and by Sophia Habibullina, deputy dean of the Ural State University for Architecture and Arts and Yelena Stubova, director of the Museum of Architecture and Design in representation of Russia. The exhibition was curated by Lőrinc Csernyus, member of the Imre Makovecz Foundation’s board of trustees. After the opening ceremony, Lőrinc Csernyus held a guided tour of the exhibition.

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