Events / Announcements
ANDRII DOSTLIEV: GO WEST! - Exhibition
Dostliev's artistic research project on “Ostarbeiter,” the forced laborers from Eastern Europe in Nazi Germany.
Announcement - posted on 31/Jan/2023
Gáspár Miklós Tamás1948–2023 (Éva Kapitány Photo Archive, Blinken OSA)
Gáspár Miklós Tamás’ funeral is today. We commemorate the philosopher who passed away on January 15, 2023.
Announcement - posted on 30/Jan/2023
One History – Multiple Explanations. Interpretations of Hungarian History
Blinken OSA invites the public to a lecture series by historian Krisztián Ungváry.
Announcement - posted on 28/Jan/2023
Protection passports in the Júlia Vajda Collection
We observe the remembrance day with short biographies of survivors from the Júlia Vajda Collection.
Announcement - posted on 27/Jan/2023
EMINE ZIYATDINOVA: CRIMEA - exhibition
The exhibition Crimea is a visual sequence that reflects on the photographer’s family and larger Crimean Tatar community
Announcement - posted on 17/Jan/2023
Blog Posts / Podcasts

Matthew Nimetz, a Trustee of Central European University, told the following story on a cold winter’s day in Nádor Street: “In the late...

Blog - posted on 12/Jan/2023

”Westerners ask how Soviet citizens feel about their government's actions in Afghanistan; this question is...

Blog - posted on 13/Dec/2022

“Whose terror was it? . . . The mass consciousness views mass terror the same way it viewed the Plague...

Blog - posted on 9/Dec/2022

“Gerő suggested it, and Rákosi consented, adding that he had talked it over with Soviet comrades. . . . Politically, I think... my...

Blog - posted on 3/Nov/2022

A man smoking cigarette on a bench, arguing with the journalist Henrik Havas, complains that “a fraudulent and brutally undemocratic...

Blog - posted on 19/Oct/2022