Daniel Halasz Fischer | NYC
Daniel Halasz Photography
Daniel Halasz, photography, award winning, conceptual, documentary, fine art, architecture, interior, Hungary, NYC, village project, eastern europe
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Bernadett ALPERN – Daniel HALÁSZ

Digital C-prints, 50×60 cm
Video installation

In our series, we visited some of the major Hungarian figures of the New York art scene and interviewed them about their beginnings in the U.S. city and about their relationship with Hungary. Besides the portraits, we also made a video report, asking the artists what they missed from Hungary in New York. They got a minute to think about the answer.
The video only shows this one-minute silence.

Project participants:

Tamas Banovich, Ágnes Berecz, András Böröcz, Anikó Erdősi, Rebecca Major, Miklós Müller, Marianne Nobovatzky, Jakab László Orsós, Klári Palotai, Shandor Hassan, Suzanne K. Walther, András Szántó, Mónika Sziládi, Tamás Vészi

Exhibited in 2014 at Home Away, Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center, Budapest, Hungary.