ARCHITECTURE-HUDEC-SHANGHAI - exhibition opens in Budapest on the 12th of november

The Hudec Cultural Foundation is invited to make an exhibition and a follower program about the works of L. E. Hudec in Shanghai in the Gallery of Barabás Villa from 12 to 30 of november. 

The selection by the curator of the foundation, Virág Csejdy is showing the photographs of Ábel Szalontai DLA (the head of MOME Photography) and several unique documents and photos from the heritage found in Budapest. Visitors can use the application "Interactive Encyclopedia of L. E. Hudec" on computers. This multimedia content makes possible to know more about the architects' cultural background, life story and famous buildings in Shanghai.

Opening: 12th of november, 6pm. 
Greetings by Dr. János Váczi, vice-major of the district, opening speech by Katalin Marótczy PhD architecture historian, colleague of the BME Faculty of History of Architecture and Monuments.

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The follower program is on 19th of november at 6pm

Invited guests:
Júlia Csejdy PhD art historian, the co-writer of the book László Hudec
Judit Éva Nagy communication consultant, the organizer of the Hudec Year in 2008 in Shanghai
Katalin Marótczy Phd architecture hystorian
And the documentary of Réka Pigniczky: The Life of László Hudec (56films.com) will be screened as well.

address: 1122 Budapest, Városmajor utca 44.

"In the Footsteps of the Architect L. E. Hudec" book presentation in Besztercebánya

 

This event was commemorated to the 55. death anniversary of L.E.Hudec where Hudec Cultural Foundation was represented by Dr. Eszter Jánossy, Júlia Csejdy and Virág Csejdy, the Hudec relatives from Budapest. They visited several important buildings related to the Hugyecz/Hudec family and attended the ceremonial presentation of the Slovakian-Hungarian-English book which was published by the Slovakian non-profit organization called Center for Architect L. E. Hudec (CALEH).

Klara Kubickova, the writer and editor, Eva Furdikova, the co-writer of the book, the Slovakian ex-consul general of Shanghai, Pavol Sýkročin, the Major of Besztercebánya, Peter Gogola and the director of the CALEH, Oto Pison celebrated the new book's edition in the City Hall. Júlia Csejdy has greeted the public and put the support of the hungarian foundation in perspective for a Hudec memorial exhibition taking place in Besztercebánya. 

The commemoration visit ended at the family grave in the evangelist grave yard where the family members could place their wreath on the newly renovated sepulchral vault.

 

 photo by Oto Pison

"László Hudec" book presentation in Shanghai on the 26th of October

The presentation took place in the Shanghai Library on the 55. death anniversary of L.E.Hudec. The Tongji University Press has published in Chinese the Hungarian book (written by Luca Poncellini and Júlia Csejdy in 2010) "László Hudec" with a different look and illustrations. The Hungarian Hudec Cultural Foundation has offered several digital copy of archive pictures for this edition too.

 

more in Chinese: 
http://www.library.sh.cn/news/list.asp?id=5999 
http://www.dfdaily.com/html/150/2013/10/31/1083119.shtml

Hudec exhibition starts on 16th of September in the MÜPA (Palace of Arts, Budapest )

 

A HUNGARIAN ARCHITECT IN SHANGHAI, HUDEC (1893-1958) 


September 16. 2013 - September 30. 2013

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presented by: Palace of Arts, mupa.hu
partner: Hudec Cultural Foundation Hungary

Few people know that many of Shanghai’s modernist and art deco buildings were constructed according to the designs of László Ede Hugyecz (or Hudec), a Hungarian architect who escaped to China from wartime Russian captivity. Shanghai’s art deco cityscape is presented in an exhibition of archive and contemporary photographs.

curator: Tünde Topor
contemporary photos: Ábel Szalontai, abelszalontai.com
concept: Virág Csejdy
graphics: Márton Szabó, sabotagegraphics.hu
text: Júlia Csejdy PhD

SHANGHAI LIFE PHOTO EXHIBITION


Monday 16 September 2013 - September 23.

Foyer

Presented by: Shanghai International Culture Association, Shanghai Federation of Artists and Literary Circles, Shanghai Photographers Association 

Shanghai is the focus of two parallel exhibitions. The exhibition entitled Shanghai Life Photo Exhibition reveals the Chinese city to the general public in Hungary through a series of photographs. The black-and-white images provide a glimpse into the life of a relentless metropolis of 25 million people. 

     

HUDEC IN PARIS

There will be three Hudec events happening with coorporatin of Hudec Cultural Foundation in the Institut Hongrois of Paris.


photo of Ábel Szalontai, Grand Theatre, Shanghai

WEBGALLERY of the OPENING 

 

 

from 18-04-2013 to 08-06-2013

The photo and media exhibition titled "L ‘homme qui a bâti Shanghai, L. E. Hudec et son époque". Life and work of L. E. Hudec will be presented on photos of Abel Szalontai, archive pictures and interactive screens. The opening will be held by Pierre-Olivier François journalist and director on the 18th of april at 7 PM.

on 19-04-2018, 7 PM

"Hudec et son œuvre" Presentation of L. E. Hudec and his oeuvre, introduction of the Hudec Heritage Project by Virag Csejdy (in french)

on  25-04-2013, 8 PM

Screening of the film "Life of László Hudec" by Réka Pigniczky. The 26 min. long documentary is made of the archive documents and pictures found in Budapest plus the archive 16 mm shootings of Hudec. (in english). More about the film here.

location: Institut Hongrois
address: 92, rue Bonaparte 75006 Paris

more info in french on the official website: http://parizs.balassiintezet.hu/fr/
or on facebook: facebook.com/ihongrois and Hudec Heritage Project

HMH in the media

Selected media reviews of HMH:

Hungarian TV, NEWS, 8th of January 2013

link to the 2 min long news (in hungarian)
https://vimeo.com/62146805

 

Duna TV, Kultikon, February 2013

link to the 6 min long cultural news (in hungarian):
https://vimeo.com/62146804  

  

 

Thatsmags, Shanghai
"The House of Hudec" 
by Monica Liau
February 2013

photo: Nicky Almasy 

 

Shanghai Live News 
8th of January 2013

link to the 2 min long news:
https://vimeo.com/62146806 

  

 

    

A new book on Hudec published by Tongji University Press

2013 January

The chinese-english book: “Shanghai Hudec Architecture” is a very usefull guide for visting the Hudec buildings in town. The selected 27 buildings have a map, a plan drowing and short description about the history and architectural quality too. Because of the small size and usefull information on visting possibilities and other extras, this book is a smart guide that everybody would like to have in hand. 

Authors: Hua Xiahong and Michelle Qiao
published by: Tongji University Press, 2013

interview with Hua Xiahong in "Global Times"

Hudec Memorial Hall opening ceremony in Shanghai

8th of January, 2013

Formerly the residence of Mr. Hudec, current address is Panyu lu 129., the building has been renovated along specific reconstruction plans to house a permanent exhibition on the life and work of the renowned Hungarian architect. 

  

The opening of the Hudec Memorial Hall was celebrated on the 120th anniversary of Hudec’s birth, on 8th of January.

  

The permanent exhibition was selected from the productions of Hudec Haritage Project: copies of archive materials, the hungarian-english-chinese Hudec Interactive Encyclopedia and the short documentary on Hudec life with chinese voice over and subtitle (Reka Pigniczky: The Life of Laszlo Hudec, in his own words, 2012).

see official website (english-chinese): www.hudec.cn

see more photos by Attila Balogh: http://photo.guczo.com/History/Hudec/

Hudec family members arrived to Shanghai

2013 January

Alessa de Wet, Laszlo Hudec's daughter and Alvin Hudec, grandchild of L. Hudec  and his wife were invited to celebrate the Hudec Memorial Hall opening.

 

The family members has visited sevaral Hudec buildings together with Virag Csejdy, a family member from Budapest.

Anne Hudec, a fine canadian graphic artist and wife of Alvin Hudec, has donated a Limited-Edition Giclée print, title: "L.E. Hudec: Visionary" to the Hudec Cultural Foundation in Hungary. more of her works: www.annehudec.com

20th-Century World Architecture by Phaidon Press

2012 Aug

20th-Century World Architecture portrays, for the first time, an overview of the finest built architecture from around the world completed between 1900 and 1999. Hudec's famous building, the Grand Theatre is also published in this selection. The illustrations of the article are selected from the photos of Abel Szalontai and from the archives of Hudec Heritage Project.

the official website of the book

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