Everyday life, made a bit banal

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Tuesday 28 May 2013

Hungarian artist Csilla Klenyanszki has a childlike approach to making art that she says has her playing a game between fantasy and reality — which then ends in something quite unusual but familiar. Such as playing chess on a gingham-lined tablecloth. Or soaking a ear in a cereal bath over breakfast. Her images certainly infuse […]

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Mai Manó House: Europe’s oldest house of photography

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By Aparna Jayakumar in Cool Travel on Friday 4 May 2012

Built in 1894, Mai Manó House in Budapest is officially the oldest dedicated house of photography in Europe. And perhaps the world. It was turned into a commercial and residential building for a few years after the Second World War, but was resurrected as a space for photography in 1998.

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