Emőd Veress is law professor, but has been active as a photographer for three decades. As the Roman Law is the base of modern legal doctrine, it is no wonder that the photographer is enchanted by the former Roman Empire – or by Roman ruins, majestic even in their current condition. The photographer traveled on three continents, visited dozens of countries and the Roman ruins while making hundreds of photographs. The exhibition offers a selection of these.

The exhibition is opened by Dr. Tamás Nótári, specialist of Roman Law and a classical scholar who is also the translator of Cicero’s pleadings into Hungarian.

16 September, 19:00,  INdiVINO Wine Studio

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