Hungarian wildlife photographer Bence Máté’s travelling exhibition goes on display in the Royal Castle of Gödöllő from today until May 10, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
The series of exhibition have been visited by 307,000 people in Budapest and 123,000 in Debrecen. The display incorporates nature to build environments with the help of ultra-modern giant glass screens.
A total of 333 sqm of glass surfaces will showcase 623 award winning photos. As a side event, Máté aims to promote Hungarian wildlife through a photo competition targeting young photographers, dubbed Fajbook.hu. Stories of Máté’s adventues will be presented by a stand-up humorist.
Admission to the exhibition is free of charge.