Green Silence has been published in Harvard Design Magazine. NO 45. Issue - Into the Forest, Text by Rosetta S. Elkin, Cambridge, USA
Green Silence has been published on Analog Magazine. Interview by Daniel Espinoza, Swiss, Zurich.
Green Silence is exhibited at the Ferenczy Museum, Szentendre, Hungary.
Forest Hideout : Robert Csikszentmihalyi - Daniel Kovalovszky
2000 Szentendre, Fő tér 2-5
Regular Opening Hours:
from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm
Scenes of an Infernal Play has been featured on Vulgaris Magazine, edited by James Lewicki, Canada
Green Silence has been featured on PHROOM Magazine, edited by Giangiacomo Cirla, Italy
Green Silence has been featured on Phases Magazine, edited by Alexis Vasilikos, GREECE
Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center, Budapest
Viewfinders – Hungarian photography from the past half century 1967-2017
Curated by Gabriella Csizek
Opening remarks by Orsolya Kőrösi
8th of October – 19th of November, 2017
Green Silence at the National Museum in Warsaw.
The Way They See. An Overview of Hungarian Photography
Curated by Gabriella Csizek
13th of June – 10th of September, 2017
" Our exhibition focuses on world-renowned artists by showcasing the work of such fundamental names as André Kertész, Robert Capa, Márton Munkácsi, László Moholy-Nagy, György Kepes, Brassaï, Lucien Hervé and Éva Besnyő and more. It places these prominent artists into the – so far – less well-expounded contexts of their ancestors, earlier masters, contemporaries and peers, presenting the factors influencing them in their journeys towards becoming exceptional image-makers. "
Green Silence has been published on iGNANT, text by Nina Blace, Berlin, Germany
Green Silence has been published in the Issue 8 of Don't Take Pictures , edited by Kat Kiernan, text by Oliver Leach, USA
Green Silence at the Prospekto Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania 03.02.2016 - 05.03.2016
13 MIRRORS - CONTEMPORARY HUNGARIAN PHOTOGRAPHY
The last 25 years had a very significant impact on the field of photography all over the World. There are four reasons why this period wasparticularly interesting in the history of the photography and especially in the CEE countries like Hungary.Three different technical innovation appeared in 1989 besides the change of the political systems in the socialist countries. The 3 technical milestones were: the appearance of first digital cameras in the shops, the standard of the web was published at Christmas 1989 and the publication of the GSM standards by the European Telecommunication Union. Our exhibition focuses on the question: how the different generations, different artists reacted on the changes, how their approach, topics and medium changed.
Benedek BOGNÁR, Ákos CZIGÁNY, Imre DRÉGELY, Ágnes EPERJESI, Gábor GERHES, Luca GŐBÖLYÖS, Gábor KEREKES, Gábor Arion KUDÁSZ, Dániel KOVALOVSZKY, Ildikó PÉTER, Lenke SZILÁGYI, Dezső SZABÓ, Balázs TELEK
Curators: Rita SOMOSI & Mihály SURÁNYI
Green Bushes is the Photo of the Day on Don't Take Pictures, edited by Kat Kiernan, USA
Green Silence has been featured on Lenscratch, edited by Aline Smithson, Los Angeles, USA
Insiders has been chosen as one of the runners-ups on JGS Photography Contest, Forward Thinking Museum, USA
Insiders on Lenscratch, edited by Aline Smithson, Los Angeles, USA
Insiders on AINT- BAD MAGAZINE, edited by Kory Kingsley, Savannah, Georgia, USA
Insiders on F-Stop Photography Magazine, curated by Christy Karpinski, USA
Call for Submissions : Photos of the Wilderness
Green Silence on Global Yodel, edited by Jesse Weinberg and Helen Ann Travis , published on 19 August 2014.
Green Silence on PDN online, edited by Amy Wolff , published on 10 July 2014.
Green Silence project on Phaidon online, edited by Mat Smith, published on 18 March 2014.
Green Silence on Creative Review, text by Antonia Wilson, published on 10 March 2014.
Green Silence on Dodho Magazine, edited by Máximo Panés, published on 10 February 2014.
Green Silence on Journal du Design, published on 4 February 2014.
Green Silence on Features Shoot, text by Jenna Garrett , published on 17 January 2014
Hungarian Art Photography in the New Millenium group exhibition in the Hungarian National Museum.
Artist Exhibited : Barta Zsolt Péter, Czigány Ákos, Dezső Tamás, Eperjesi Ágnes, Esterházy Marcell, Fabricius Anna, Gábor Enikő, Gerhes Gábor, Gyenis Tibor, Kerekes Gábor, Korniss Péter, Koronczi Endre, Kovalovszky Dániel, Kudász Gábor Arion, Magyar Ádám, Misetics Mátyás, Ősz Gábor, Pecsics Mária, Péter Ildikó, Szabó Dezső és Tóth György
Curator : Peter Baki
Venue : Hungarian National Gallery, Buda Palace, Building A
The exhibition will be open to the public daily, with the exception of Mondays,
from 10 May until 14 July 2013, from 10 am to 6 pm
photo : Balazs Mitter
Green Silence project on the OTHER WORLDS Exhibition - 12 photographer from the fromer soviet states
THE GALLERY at Flannels . Leeds
May 17th - July 15th
f100: Peter Kollanyi and Daniel Kovalovszky
Foto8 Summer Show 2011
Photographic Exhibition, Award and Print Fair
open to all photographers
8 July - 12 August 2011
HOST Gallery, London UK
2011 Artist Level Runners-Up: Photography Contest – Forward Thinking Museum