Eastern Mirror (2012) by Tamás Hajdu is a documentary project about everyday life in Baia Mare, Romania, where Tamás lives and works. Although seemingly focused on the trivia and candid, visually striking compositions, the photographs go much deeper than that, revealing interesting social and cultural phenomena so common in Baia Mare (and probably elsewhere too) that otherwise they would go unnoticed.
To send you the very last (virtual) rays of sunshine this summer, we’d like to share a new project – Hungarian Sea – produced in 2010 – 2011 by a Polish […]
documentEAST is delighted to announce a new collaboration with Everyday Eastern Europe – a collective mobile phone photography project documenting daily life in the region. We were looking for a […]
Hungarian Cubes by Katharina Roters, a German-Hungarian photographer, is a visual study of facades and ornamentation of single-family housing from the Communist era that can still be found in the Hungarian […]
‘Where Europe Ends’ (2012) is an interesting project by an Italian photographer Camilla De Maffei, in which she examines the symbolic borders of Europe. De Maffei follows the Danube, Europe’s longest river, […]
Notes for an Epilogue (2011 – ongoing), by a Hungarian photographer Tamas Dezso, is a visual story of rural and post-industrial Romania suspended in time. Dezso wants us to see how […]