After St. Petersbourg, the exhibition titled “Connecting Sky and Earth” was opened in Chelyabinsk. In a similar approach to the former editions, the exhibition presented the oeuvre and key life events of the Kossuth-prize winner architect, founding chairman and honorary chairman of the HAA Imre Makovecz using scale models, photos, drawings, writings and personal objects.
The exhibition was staged at the South Uralian Historic State Museum. At the opening ceremony, the audience was addressed by Vladimir Bogdanovsky. director of the Museum and first class counsel to the Hungarian Embassy in Moscow; by Anita Hegyi, director of the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Moscow; by Hungary’s chief consul to Yekaterinburg Sergei Szűcs; and Viktor Loschenko, honorary consul to Chelyabinsk. The curator of the exhibition was Lőrinc Csernyus who also held a guided exhibition tour for attendees.