Gabor Arion Kudasz

Human

DiscourseTalk & Discussion

Simone Klein presents the book "Human" by Hungarian photographer Gabor Arion Kudasz. His subjects include human behavior, mechanisms of memory and the environment, and for "Human" he was awarded the Capa Grand Prize. The starting point for his project was a commission from the Austrian company Wienerberger AG, which produces clay building materials and has its own collection of contemporary photography.

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