Photographer Robert Capa’s works will be presented in the container installation CAPA105. The exhibition opens in Budapest Park today and can be seen until September 31. The Capa Center’s 105-image container installation presents Robert Capa’s oeuvre, giving an insight into his professional activities and private life, including one of his favorite pastimes — reading in the tub. Entrance is free of charge.
For those who love Italian director Federico Fellini, Budapest is home to a cinema and the Roman Culture Bistro honoring the award-winning director of La Dolce Vita and La Strada.
The outdoor stage on Margaret Island also commemorated Fellini’s birth earlier this year (he would be 100 years old). Now, on July 30, the theater will present a film-music concert with various visuals and film excerpts from his works.
This is a one-time event, with Marcello Rota, Nino Rota’s nephew, conducting the Óbuda Danubia Orchestra. The concert will also feature Italian soprano Cristina Mosca.