An exhibition showing hundreds of drawings by acclaimed graphic artist and director Marcell Jankovics opened in Budapest on Friday at the Pesti Vigadó.
The exhibition marks the centenary of the Trianon Peace Treaty by displaying Jankovics’s drawings about major events in Hungarian history from the start of Ottoman Turkish occupation in 1526 to the signing of the treaty in 1920.
In his opening address, House Speaker László Kövér said, “Hungary is in the midst of a change in mentality to learn to be ourselves.”
The exhibition, currently only available online, will show until July 26 in Pesti Vigadó.
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