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Courtesy Várfok Gallery, Budapest
Despite his young age, Mátyás Misetics (Budapest, 1982) has been a major figure of the Hungarian photography for years, and had several exhibitions in Hungary and abroad. Through his works, one can encounter a consciously and organically evolving oeuvre, the defining notions of which are: the darkness of night and staged scenes. His series ‘Artificial Light’ with its staged night scenes and artificial lights, started a new stream in the scene of contemporary Hungarian photography and its effects can be sensed constantly.
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