VERITAS Research Institute for History and Archives

12 November 2019

The VERITAS Research Institute and Archives ceremoniously opens its permanent exhibition of sculptures and paintings entitled Twenty-three Heroes of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. Deputy Director Endre Marinovich gives welcoming remarks. Mária Wittner, ’56 resistance fighter and heroine who was sentenced to death by the communist authorities, officially opens the exhibition. Sculptors Mátyás László Oláh and Katalin Oláh and painter Adél Kiss discuss their works and the artistic vision behind them. Finally our colleague János Rácz, who has also written biographical summaries for the exhibition, speaks about the significance of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and his experience working together with the artists.  

Location: VERITAS Research Institute and Archives, Zsil utca (Street) 2–4, Budapest

Date: 5 PM on (Tuesday) November 12th, 2019

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