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Human Gold: Our Universal Human Values runs until March 6 and will raise money for Southwell Minster choir




Work by Hungarian artists features in an exhibition that opens in Southwell Minster on Tuesday.

The exhibition, called Human Gold: Our Universal Human Values, runs until March 6, and will raise money for the minster choir.

The works focus on the themes of love, peace, truth, respect, honesty, and loyalty.

Mutual Destiny by Hungarian artist Zoltan Grof (28229532)
Mutual Destiny by Hungarian artist Zoltan Grof (28229532)

The organiser, Timea Crowdy, said: “These human values permit us to live together in harmony and contribute to peace.

“They are in our thoughts, words and actions. They help us to develop and these values shape and lead the world. They help to create our future.”

Timea, who originates from Hungary, started dealing with Hungarian art last year and had a lot of enquiries from Hungarian artists interested in showing their work in the UK, so she arranged a series of exhibitions for them.

Previous venues have included Thoresby Gallery at Thoresby Park.

She wanted to organise an exhibition to raise money for the minster choir.

“I have been thinking of an exhibition in the cathedral for a while as I have two sons who have been ­— and one is still ­— a chorister there,” she said “Being given this fantastic opportunity will be a great way to raise funds for the choir.”

The artists whose work will be shown are Zoltan Grof, Marianna Bottyan, Zsuzsanna Harsanyi, Norbert David, Andras Gyorfi, Krisztina Krokker, Mihaly Budai, Andras Kalas, Ervin David, Lajos Ritok, Lorand Sipos, Eva Wilhelm, Timea Hadar, Konrad Biro, Nikoletta Kiraly, Nora Baka, Eszter Santha.

All are welcome to see the exhibition, which will be in the north transept. Entrance is free but donations are appreciated, and artwork will be available to buy.

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