"A search for my son's roots and the bond between us"
A fluid feeling of life, be it a river or a sea.
The photographer watches his nephew grow up.
At a moment of no particular significance one says: "Don't move" or "Un instant, s'il te plaît!" And takes a photograph.
Surreality is a wordplay used to describe the fluid border between reality and something that goes beyond first impression — transcendence.
Eternal youth, playfulness and sense of adventure.
Maurienne’s mountains are marked with ambiguities, contradictions, oppositions.
Fascinated by the communist past of her homeland Romania, Kincső takes images that are moved by the secrets and repression that were preserved for decades.
"It is in Athens that this series came into being... It is a belligerent urgency of life, of challenging and of self-assertion."
"It was a kind of spatiotemporal movement as if I went back to where my soul had been. There were memories full of love and sadness."
The series draws on the complexities of the coexistence of European and Latin American reality within one particular family.
The beauty of a clear and strong photographic vision without the burden of explanation.
“The darker the night, the brighter the stars.”