Daniel Halasz | Border Project (ongoing)
Daniel Halasz Photography
Daniel Halasz, photography, award winning, conceptual, documentary, fine art, architecture, interior, Hungary, NYC, village project, eastern europe
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Border Project (ongoing)

Winner of the Budapest Photography Grant

Members of the Jury: Csizek Gabriella kurátor | Fenyvesi Áron kurátor | Gellér Judit, a Capa Központ kurátora | Korniss Péter fotográfus, a díj alapítója | Mucsi Emese, a Capa Központ kurátora | Puskár Krisztián médiamunkás, újságíró, az UH Fest kurátora | Sopronyi Gyula fotográfus

Remarks of the Jury:

Dániel Halász has applied for the Budapest Photography Grant with his Border Project. According to the submitted work plan, in the next year he will walk on the administrative border of Budapest and create his photo series along the almost 150 km long imaginary line. The strength of the Border Project is that it shows the lesser-known parts of Budapest, an intermediate province located between the countryside and the capital, nature and the built environment. According to the jury, based on a balanced professional portfolio of Dániel Halász’s previous works and the preliminary studies enclosed with the application, the Border Project, as a socially sensitive documentary of our times depicting the less-represented frontier sections of the capital, will be a significant artwork.