Tóth Krisztina költő, író, műfordító

Fotó: Bulla Bea     

Review in Süddeutsche Zeitung about Pixel

Categories: Egyéb
Tags: No Tags
Comments: No Comments
Published on: 2014-03-04

A review has been published about Pixel by Cathrin Kahlweit at 27th February, 2014 in  Süddeutsche Zeitung.

The article can be downloaded here.

Review in Die Furche

Categories: Egyéb
Tags: No Tags
Comments: No Comments
Published on: 2014-02-18

A review has been published about Pixel in the austrian Die Furche Journal.

Translations in the Asymptote

Categories: Egyéb
Tags: No Tags
Comments: No Comments
Published on: 2014-01-19

Asymptote, an international journal of literary translations has published some poets of Krisztina Toth. They are translated by Owen Good.

German review about Pixel

Categories: Egyéb
Tags: No Tags
Comments: No Comments
Published on: 2013-12-31

German daily “Die Zeit” was published a review about the translation of Pixel.

Pixel in macedonian language

Categories: Egyéb
Tags: No Tags
Comments: No Comments
Published on: 2013-12-31

The macedonian translation of Pixel was published by ILI-ILI publisher in december, 2013 in Skopje. The translators were  Annamária Czinege-Panzova and Zlatko Panzov.

More information here.

Publication in Der Standard

Categories: Egyéb
Tags: No Tags
Comments: No Comments
Published on: 2013-11-26

Der Standard publishes an article introducing – among others – Pixel from Krisztina Toth.

 

Alte Schmiede, Wien 2013 11.26. 19:00

Categories: Egyéb
Tags: No Tags
Comments: No Comments
Published on: 2013-11-04

Neue Übersetzungen aus der ungarischen Literatur im Nischen Verlag (Wien – Gemeinschaftsveranstaltung)
KRISZTINA TÓTH (Budapest) zweisprachige Lesung aus PIXEL. Roman – unter Mitwirkung des Übersetzers György Buda • GYÖRGY SPIRÓ(Budapest) zweisprachige Lesung aus TRÄUME UND SPUREN. Novellen (Auswahl aus: Kemjelentes;Almodtam veled – Magvető, Budapest – deutsch von Ernő Zeltner) • PÁL DERÉKY (Abteilung für Finno-Ugristik der Universität Wien) Einleitungen und Gespräch

26th September 19h – Ganymed goes Europe

Categories: Esemény
Tags: No Tags
Comments: No Comments
Published on: 2013-09-18

Ganymed goes Europe

Szeptember 26. 19h Szépművészti Múzeum, Budapest, Hősök tere

 

12 paintings, 12 literary texts, 12 actors

Irodalmi művek és képzőművészeti alkotások találkozása a Szépművészeti Múzeumban

On seven occasions from September to November 2013 the public will have the opportunity to see unique theatre productions at the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest, organised by the museum itself in cooperation with the Viennese Kunsthistorisches Museum and the Austrian theatre troupe wenn ez soweit ist (“if the time comes”).

The directors of the Austrian theatre formation, Jacqueline Kornmüller and Peter Wolf, invited twelve well-known Hungarian and foreign writers including

Péter Esterházy, Krisztián Grecsó, Györgyö Dragomán and Krisztina Tóth,

 to create artistic texts for each of the inspiring paintings in the museum’s collection. The pieces performed in front of the paintings by twelve actors (including János Kulka, Géza D. Hegedűs, Dorka Gryllus, Dorottya Udvarosand otherscan be seen by visitors on Thursday evenings on a total of seven occasions from September to November. The pieces, of a few minutes duration, will be performed repetitively in parallel with each other so that people can decide for themselves how much time they wish to spend before each painting.

The project first began in 2009 with the title Ganymed Boarding in Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum. The unusual, exciting and often surprising pieces brought a new kind of event to the museum and the project was hugely successful, attracting hundreds of curious visitors from evening to evening. The title piece, Ganymed Boarding, was written by Paulus Hochgatterer for Correggio’s The Rape of Ganymede. The project won several prestigious awards: in 2011 the famous Viennese Nestroy theatre award and in 2012 the Bank Austria Art Prize.

Encouraged by the success and the positive feedback, the organisers decided to take the production to other countries of Europe. Having won financial support from the EU, they chose the National Museum in Wrocław and the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest as the new venues. The original title,Ganymed Boarding, was changed to Ganymed Goes Europe and consists of three programmes: the first one was organised in Wrocław in spring 2013, the second one can be seen in Budapest in the autumn of the same year, while the third one will be presented in spring 2014 in Vienna, where the experiences of the other two participating museums will also be utilised.

Haza Heimat Home festival

Categories: Egyéb
Tags: No Tags
Comments: No Comments
Published on: 2012-11-24

Krisztina Toth participates in Haza • Heimat • Home international literary festival (29. 11. – 01. 12. 2012, A38 Ship, Budapest).

Detailed program

Event’s Facebook page and its direct Facebook event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interview

Categories: Egyéb
Tags: No Tags
Comments: No Comments
Published on: 2012-11-11

Novosti has published an interview with Krisztina Tóth.  The interviewer was Mića Vujičić, the interview itself can be read in her personal homepage here as well.

Szervezés
tegyi.timea@t-online.hu
Language
Hangoskönyv
promo
Welcome , today is Monday, 2019-05-20