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Katzen Center’s Exhibits Attract Distinguished Visitors

By Sally Acharya

Antonin Scalia and Cyrus Katzen at latest Katzen exhibition.

(Photo: Jeff Watts)

The AU Museum’s show of photographs from the 1956 Hungarian uprising against the Soviets has been drawing a number of Washington notables.

One recent visitor was U.S. Supreme Court associate justice Antonin Scalia, center, who took in the exhibit with Hungarian ambassador Andras Simonyi, right, and Dr. Cyrus Katzen, left.

Hungarian Revolution, 1956 runs through Oct. 29 in a lineup that includes New Leipzig Paintings from Germany and solo exhibits by Washington, D.C.'s Athena Tacha and Mindy Weisel and Germany’s Eberhard Havekost.