As if its Summer Exhibition weren't enough, tomorrow the Royal Academy of Arts opens Eyewitness: Hungarian Photography in the 20th Century, which celebrates the Hungarian Presidency of the EU 2011. Politics! The exhibition displays about 200 photos by Hungarian photographers who made their mark on the international scene between 1914 and 1989 (title link). This example of boys running into Lake Tanganyika was taken by Martin Munkacsi in 1930. The show certainly isn't worth £10.00 adults, £8.00 silver surfers, plus a £1.50 booking fee. Don't these clots know there's a recession?