The Rome Effect
Artists at the Hungarian Academy in Rome 1946-48
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For a few months in 1947-48, the Italian capital became a centre of Hungarian culture, thanks to the scholarships that allowed a number of writers, poets, fine artists, musicians and students of the humanities to travel to Rome as guests of the Collegium Hungaricum. This experience of beauty and freedom shortly before the Iron Curtain went up became a pivotal period for a great many artists and remained an idyllic memory even decades later. The tableau exhibition linked to this year's Bridging Europe festival evokes this lasting Rome effect.
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