Images used in photojournalism today look, to me, like fragments of reality snatched from a complex world which is essentially indescribable. […] Photojournalism today is a heroic thing. It is an old song, a last raised voice.
Lenke Szilágyi is an established Hungarian photographer, who is well known for her black and white pictures, showing the everyday life of her surroundings with unique and sharp regard. She never stages, never puts herself into the director’s chair, because the stimuli of the pure human life in Eastern Europe and its environment, are more than enough for her. She does the simplest thing with the most sensitive approach – watches, listens, feels… and takes pictures.
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