Photo exhibition of Cultural Diversity
Reportage about Attila Lorant's work
Photo exhibition, The story of the creative
13 June 2013
Photo exhibition of 3x3 52 486 in the framework of the Month of Photography
Congo photo exhibition at Hungarian Geographical Museum
Interview with Attila Lorant
Article about Attila Lorant
Opening of the 'Passion for mission' photo exhibition and book launch of 3x3 52 486
Article about the life of Vaorani indians in South America. Written and phorographed by Attila Lorant
The almost one hour long talk can be viewedhere .
He was asked to talk about his latest project called 3x3 52 486 and the book based on it.
Talking with Attila Lorant about his previous works.
You can view the video of the interview here:
Online article about the 3x3 52 486 project
Soon available in Hungarian bookstores
The National Geographic Hungary's new article about Attila Lóránt , who fulfilled a foster child's dream: getting a look into the work of a nature photographer.
You can find further information, how this project differs from previous works on this theme, and other details under the menu Projects, at Hungarian national parks
Attila Lóránt's 3 app books: Images of Afrika, Images of the Andes and The indians of Amazonas are now available in English on Apple App Store
Written and photographed by: Attila Lóránt
3 books: Images of Africa, the Andes, and Amazonas. 150 pictures / book
As the guest of Reggeli show, Attila Lóránt speaks about his expedition in Congo.
Portrait article about Attila Lóránt
Attila Lóránt's photos illustrate Peter Geszti's new video clip : 72
Article about Attila Lóránt
Written and photographed by: Attila Lóránt
Telki Festival, Telki
ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly, Congress Centre, Budapest, Hungary
Photo exhibition in Gabarron Carriage House Art Centre in New York. During the exhibition Attila Lóránt's photos are displayed on screens in Time Square.
New York, USA
As a member of the jury Attila Lóránt handed over the prize in Animal Behaviour category on the Nature Photographer of the Year Award at theHungarian Natural History Museum
Millenáris Park, Budapest, Hungary
Prague, Czech Republic
Photographed by Attila Lóránt
Nádor Gallery, Pécs, Hungary
photographed by Attila Lóránt
The prize for: Window to the sky 2008
Citymuseum of Narva / Estonia
2009. 02. 20.- 03. 06.
Photoexhibition. Lóránt Attila:
Indians in the rainforest.
Ajka: Regional Culture Center / Hungary
Gallery Zebra: Finnland
Cave Hall - Zoo Budapest / Hungary
12. 12. 2008. One World Party
projected exhibition at the Merlin
Produced by: World Party and Merlin.
Budapest - Hungary. Gerloczy str. 4.
( The Explorer Books, 2008. December.)156 pages 23X22 cm.,
Hardcover with dustcover. (Photobook with poems)
2008. Nov. 05.- Dec. 05.
Photoexhibition: Attila Lorant: Enamat kui Safari...
Tallini Magyar Intézet / Estonia.
Pictures from East Africa
USA (Included Attila Lorant's award winner pictures)
2008. Okt. 02- Nov.03
Photoexhibition by Attila Lorant:
Indians in Brazil.
Produced by: Brazilien Embasy Budapest.
Natural History Museum Budapest / Hungary
2008. Sept. 04- Okt.04
Photo exhibition: Attila Lorant's pictures about Galapagos Islands
Produced by: National Geographic.
IMAX Budapest - Hungary
2008. Júly 17.
Summer University / Horány - Hungary Lecture by Attila lóránt
Natural and environmental questions in the Amazon region.
(About Gold and diamondmining, deforestation, soyfields, roads
oilmining, and social and ethnical questions about natives.)
2008. Júly 11-14.
Photoexhibition and lecture by Attila Lorant. - Indian Cultures in South America
Hegyalja Festival. Tokaj - Hungary
2008. Júly 9.
Lecture about environmental problems of Amazon. South America
Geographical Museum - Hungary
2008. Jun. 27-
Photo exhibition: Beyond the Horizon,
Indian cultures in the Andes and the Amazon.
Cultural Festival - Zalaszentgrót / Hungary
2008. May. 28-.
Photo exhibition: The people of the savannah.
Budapes, Zoo / Savannah Building:
2008. Április. 19.
Photoexhibition: Attila Lorants, East-African pictures
One World Project / Tilos Rádió World Party
Budapest - Gödör
2008. Marc. 28.-
Photoexhibition and lecture: Attila Lorant: Indián Cultures in South America
The XVIII. congress of Hungarian Nature Protection organisations , Pécs:
2008. January. 09- Feb 22.
Photoexhibition: Attila Lorant, Silmapiiri Taga
Estonia, Tartu, University Museum.
2007. Nov. 08- Dec 12th
Photo exhibition: Attila Lorant, Silmapiiri Taga
Estonia, Tallin. The Palm house in the Botanical garden.
2007. 10. November
A one-day festival featuring the themes Culture and Nature!Saturday 10th November at Universeum in Gothenburg, Sweden.
In the Universalen and the K Lab there will be exhilarating, inspirational films and seminars, one after the other.
11.30 La Carretera
Film by Sara Nordangård - Disappearing Cultures Foundation. Followed by a discussion with Enrique Barrera from the Museum of World Culture.
2007 November 6th
Lecture by Attila Lorant in the Estonian National Library.
Amazonas in black and white.
Environmental Problems in the Amazon.
Wapponi by Attila Lóránt (Kossuth Kiadó 2007) is a photo album which includes selected pictures from Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador, Kenya, Peru, Tanzania and Venezuela. It is written in three languages: English, Hungarian and Spanish. Prewords by The President of Hungary, Solyom Lazló.200 pages. 33,5 x 24cm, hardcover.
Wapponi is avialable in our webstore for 29 EUR
Attila Lóránt received National Geographic´s LLE Award for his cover: The people of rituals, in the September issue of National Geographic 2006. The cover was the finalist at the International issues category.
2007 Oct 3rd
Attila Lóránt´s Book: Indian cultures of the Amazon and the Andes, National Geographic Society 2006, won Bronze at the Pro Typo graphia contest in Hungary.
2007 Sept 11-Oct 20th
Photo exhibition: Beyond the Horizon, Indian cultures in the Andes and the Amazon.
Finland, Helsinki. Gallery U
Large-scale photographs represent the 6 continents at the new permanent exhibition at the Geographical museum in Hungary. Attila Lóránt is the photographer of the pictures which are chosen for Africa, America, Asia and Europe.
Attila Lóránt is a 5 times winner in the IPA (International Photo Awards) USA.
2. place in people category. 3rd. place in Book category, and 3 times Honorable Mentions in People category.
2007 August 4th
Slideshow, lecture about environmental problems in the Amazon.
People Team Foundation / National Geographic Camp. Hungary, Kecskemet.
2007 May 31st
Award. Book of the Year 2006. Budapest, Hungary
(Indians along the Amazon and in the Andes)
2007 May 17th
Photo Exhibition: East-Africa
Hungarian Geographical Museum. Érd, Hungary
2007 April 20-21
Slideshow, lecture and photo exhibition about environmental problems in the Amazon.
The biologist and nature activist days at the Bárdos László gymnásium in Tatabánya, Hungary
2007 April 11th
Ethno-Photography conference. Budapest. Lecture
2007 April 10th
Closing ceremony of the photo exhibition: A Journey through South America, by Attila Lóránt. Organized by His Excellency Juan Salazar Sancisi, Ambassador of Ecuador and Gallery ´5´ New York Boscolo Luxury Hotel. Budapest, Hungary
2007 March 07th – April 10th
Photo exhibition: A journey through South America.
Gallery `5` At the New York Boscolo Luxury hotel, Budapest, Hungary
2007 February 25th – September 1st
Photo exhibition:Beyond the Horizon, Indian cultures in the Andes and the Amazon.
Etnografiska museet, Stockholm, Sweden
2006 December 18th
Closing ceremony of “Indian Cultures Beyond the Horizon”
Environmental Problems and Disappearing Cultures in South America.
Lectures, slide show and Film by Attila Lóránt and Sara Nordangard.
2006 December 16th – 2007 February 18th
Länsmuseet Västernorrland and Disappearing Cultures Foundation present: Photography by Attila Lóránt,Indian Cultures Beyond the Horizon.
Opening ceremony December 16th , 13.00 Länsmuseet Västernorrland, Härnösand, Sweden
2006 November 10th
Lecture/Slideshow. Disappearing Cultures by Sara Nordangard.
The Road (Amazonas, Ecuador )
Attila Lóránts expeditions in Bolivia and Peru
Cultural seminar at Söråkers folketshus, Söråker, Sweden
2006 October 21-22
Lecture/Slideshow. Environmental problems in South America by Attila Lóránt. The Hungarian Orchid Society at the Museum of Agriculture, Budapest, Hungary
2006 October 10th
The meeting of two cultures.
Event by the Latin American community in Hungary. Kultúrház, Almássy tér 6. Budapest
Photo exhibition: Attila Lóránt and Disappearing Cultures Foundation.
2006 September 18th
Bank Center Szalóky Anna Galéria, V. kerület Arany János utca. Unpublished photography by Attila Lóránt and Disappearing Cultures Foundation, Opening ceremony 18.30 p.m.
2006 September 12th
Release of the book: Indiánok, az Amazonas mentén és az Andokban, Published by National Geographic.
National Geographic and Disappearing Cultures Foundation present: Photography by Attila Lóránt, Indian Cultures from the Amazon and the Andes
Opening ceremony 15.00 p.m. at The Museum of Natural History, Budapest
2006 September 8th – October 30th
Indian Cultures from the Amazon and the Andes at The Museum of Natural History, Budapest
Photography by Attila Lóránt. Indian Cultures from the Amazon and the Andes
Publication in National Geographic Magazine, Magyarorsag, Enawene Nawe. Coverphoto + p. 38-57 A rítusok népe. Text and photo by: Attila Lóránt
2006 August 13th
Lecture/Slideshow. Environmental problems in South America by Attila Lóránt and Balázs Tömöri, Greenpeace at the Island festival, Budapest, Hungary
2006 August 3rd
Lecture/Slideshow. Environmental problems in South America by Attila Lóránt and Nemes Noémi with Greenpeace at the valley of Arts in Taliándörögd / Más Világ udvar / Óvodakert, Hungary