Monthly Archives: August 2009

Wanderer: Solo exhibition by Hungarian artist Peter Lendvai

A wonderful exhibition has opened at the Lesa Gallery of Peter Lendvai, a Hungarian artist living in New Zealand.  If you live in Wellington check it out!  One of the great things about this exhibition is that it is five … Continue reading

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June in Hungarian History

The month of June in Hungarian history focusing on Imre Nagy, Trianon, Horthy and briefly the lives of Zoltán Latinovits, Árpád Feszty” and the ceramist Margit Kovács. Continue reading

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Symétrie

Symétrie Originally uploaded by Airflore Another great photo of the Petone Wharf (or Ponton à Petone as originally described ). I particular like the sense of distance this photo evokes. Whenever I take a lunchtime walk along the wharf, I … Continue reading

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Dunedin Harbour.

Dunedin Harbour. Originally uploaded by Branxholm I love this photo of my old home town. The sweep of the clouds across the harbour gives the photo a wonderful sense of distance and makes the city seem almost dwarfed by the … Continue reading

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January in Hungarian History

January 6 is an important day in the history of the Székely people. The Székelys, also known as Szeklers, came into Transylvania either with or before the Magyars. By the 11th century, however, they had adopted Magyar speech and they … Continue reading

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