591 Exhibition: Anita Balogh - Somewhere in Europe

GO to the 591 Exhibition "Somewhere in Europe" by Anita Balogh




I want that the substance would return my approach, with which I could reflect my humanist and anthropocentric interest. I think a picture can't be ends in itself, you take pictures not only for yourself, one of the greatest value of Photography, is to provide aesthetic and emotional experinces for others, by our own insight. 

The most interesting thing, that our experinces, what we store in a picture, will induce a story in our audiences. Photography is fantastic! I think, the people who are curious, will always change and evolve, in their work and in their way of expression. 

- Anita Balogh 

I have many favourite pictures in this show by Hungarian photographer Anita Balogh. There is a street scene depicting children, bicycles, an alley and some elderly people. I really love the mood of that sequence and the cinematic feeling. The pictures speak to me about childhood, the passing time, leaving something behind. Strong and moving. - Mr Urbano





Photos © Anita Balogh

Comments

Michael W said…
Very beautiful!
paolo saccheri said…
brava Anita!!!
Jurek Holzer said…
This is fantastic - the Europe I´ve been looking for and I really enjoy it.
Rhonda said…
so gorgeous!
Tiberio Fanti said…
I'm happy to see Anita's work here on 591. She's been among my "friends" on PP (where it all started from) and never missed to see her samples from her onyrical world.
Balogh Anita said…
Many thanks for all!!!!!! Paolo, I hope we meet again in Hungary! Tiberio ,I am glad that you remember the very beginning...:)
The pleasure is mine!
Gratulálok Anita!

Nagyon szépen használod ki a 6x6 adottságait, a fekete-fehér színvilágot és a képek, amelyeket megmutatsz, egy-egy történetet mesélnek el. Legalábbis így érzem...
paulboo said…
The human condition just flows out of these images, all are delightful.
Balogh Anita said…
Attila nagyon örülök,hogy így érzed! Jól látod ,a felsoroltak nagyon közeliek hozzám...igyekszem jól élni ezekel.

paulboo..Many thanks for your words!!
Mikael said…
Superb work, give us more
Anonymous said…
I love your work, Anita. Best of luck, always.

-Robert
Balogh Anita said…
Mikael..Many thanks! My pleasure...

Robert..Thanks for your attention and kind words!:D..always.
Balázs Zsolt said…
Anita, I love your photos! Human, sensibilities, strong!
Balogh Anita said…
Köszi Zsolt! :)
kkuntze said…
I love your view on life -
close tender disturbing full of emotions.....great work!
k*
Dofka Zsuzsanna said…
gratulálok!
nagyszerű válogatás, jó volt végignézni...
Emme Divi said…
Amazing!!!! Fantastic photos ...