John Sadovy (1925–2010), a Czech-born photojournalist, reporting for the American illustrated weekly Life, witnessed and photographed events of the Hungarian Revolution between 29 October and 1 November 1956. The Hungarian National Museum and the Committee of National Remembrance, Hungary, in collaboration with the photographer’s two daughters, Liza Jane Sadovy and Yvonne Sadovy de Mitcheson, present a selection of John Sadovy’s 1956 photographs in a temporary exhibition. In addition to the photojournalist’s world-famous pictures, a number of unseen images are also displayed which offer a glimpse into the lives of the freedom fighters during ceasefire, and into the world of refugee Hungarians waiting in an Austrian refugee camp.
Registration by purchasing the ticket.
Entrance fee: 1500 HUF.
max. 20 person
Meeting point: HNM Cashier desk
Date: 10.21. szombat, 11:00