Saudade

Zsuzsa Darab „006 (Again)”, fotografia, 2016. Wystawa „Lost in translation”, Galeria Latarka. Budapeszt 2018

 

Zsuzsa Darab „003 (Again)”, fotografia, 2016. Wystawa „Lost in translation”, Galeria Latarka. Budapeszt 2018

 

Andi Gáldi Vinkó „Untitled (Homesickland)”, fotografia, 2016. Wystawa „Lost in translation”, Galeria Latarka. Budapeszt 2018

 

András Ladocsi „Untitled”, fotografia, 2017. Wystawa „Lost in translation”, Galeria Latarka. Budapeszt 2018

 

Réka Hegyháti „Untitled (Metamorphosis)”, fotografia, 2014. Wystawa „Lost in translation”, Galeria Latarka. Budapeszt 2018

 

András Ladocsi „Untitled (Gymnastics)”, fotografia, 2017. Wystawa „Lost in translation”, Galeria Latarka. Budapeszt 2018

„Lost in translation is a photographic exhibition focused on untranslatable words and emotions. It explores how longing manifests itself within a selection of contemporary photographs of young Hungarian artists. Portuguese term ‘saudade’ expresses the feeling of longing for something or someone you love that is lost. It indicates the knowledge that the object of longing may never return and can be described as the love that remains after someone is gone. The concept of ‘saudade’ is similar to Romanian ‘dor’, which refers to a type of longing for the homeland or the romanticized past. It represents a mixture of melancholy, nostalgia, wistfulness and yearning. Portuguese ‘saudade’ and Romanian ‘dor’ are regarded as some of the world’s most fascinating and enchanting terms. Yet, thanks to the complexity of their meanings and connotations, they are still considered untranslatable as they do not have simple linguistic equivalents. (…)”

LOST IN TRANSLATION
Kurator: Patrycja Rup
Artyści: Zsuzsa Darab, Andi Gáldi Vinkó, Réka Hegyháti, András Ladocsi

 

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2 uwagi do wpisu “Saudade

  1. I especially loved Metamorphosis by Réka Hegyháti.
    Thank you also for the linguistic references to ‚saudade’ and ‚dor’, it is amazing how such small words can bear incredible and complex meanings.

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