Faith-Trust-Secrecy: Religion through the Lenses of the Secret Police
New exhibition “Faith-Trust-Secrecy: Religion through the lenses of the secret police” opens on February 28th at 6pm at the Open Society Archives in Budapest.
In this exhibition, the complex interactions of the communist-era secret police with religious groups and those seeking to research them are presented. Faith and trust, whether sustained or broken, and secrecy are interwoven in the images, narratives and testimonies on display.
Further information: http://hiddengalleries.eu/
The exhibition is curated by Gabriela Nicolescu and James Kapaló of the ERC funded project “Creative Agency and Religious Minorities: ‘Hidden Galleries’ in the Secret Police Archives in Central and Eastern Europe” (hiddengalleries.eu).