„Flying Gizi” – a notorious portrait the lives of homeless women
„ Plenty of adventure, three children, two husbands, one love, altogether almost twenty years in prison – this is the outline of my life. My inventory is ready… Here I am, the old thief and I have nothing but my notoriety. I have become a legend and this might kill me.”
Until her death this year, Flying Gizi was a resident of our services. Éva Hanuta, social worker and photographer made pictures about her during this period.
The exhibition will be placed in the special atmosphere attic of the 100-year-old building. The Attic Gallery can be visited in guided groups which follow each other every 15-25 minutes from the main entrance.