Exhibition of Évi Ferenczi KMFT photographer from the Highlands in Oradea

In the presence of a large audience (including 12 members of the Helios Photo Club from Révkomárom, Transylvania), the exhibitions of photographic artists were opened at the Exhibition Centre of the Euro Foto Art International Association (EFANE) in the Princely Palace of the Medieval Castle in Oradea (Building E). Among the exhibitions organised under the auspices of the International Federation of Photographic Art (FIAP), Évi Ferenczi exhibited with photographer Tibor Varga at the Vilidár István Gallery. In her opening speech, Évi Ferenczi said, “I have been living and working in the Highlands since I was born. I have a degree in economics and have been working in the insurance business for more than fifteen years. I learned photography as a self-taught photographer, a passion that has driven me from the very beginning. I was introduced to the magical world of photography in 2013 and have been developing this skill ever since. In 2019, I joined the Helios photography club in Komárom, where I found people with a similar passion and interest in photography as myself. Since then we have had many adventures together and participated in many exhibitions, not only in Slovakia, but also in the Czech Republic and Hungary. I am a member of the Hungarian Photographic Society of the Carpathian Basin (KMFT) and I am delighted to have spent a meaningful weekend with them in Óbecsé, in the South of Hungary, in 2022, as part of the first photo camp. My favourite photographic subject is capturing human moments, but I am also open to other subjects. I also like a creative approach to photography and try to incorporate this into my own style. I regularly participate in various international photography competitions and I aim to obtain the AFIAP title in the near future”. István Tóth AFIAP, ESFIAP photographer, President of EFANE and Vice President of KMFT congratulated the exhibiting photographer and presented the EFANE Patronage and FIAP Honorary Diplomas. The exhibitions will be on display until 20 June 2024 at the Exhibition Centre in the Castle and on screens in the modern transport facilities of the Oradea Public Transport Company (OTL).

Pictures taken at the opening of the exhibition: