Simple and beautiful. An innocent and creative summer of a kid simple makes you smile and experience nostalgic feelings. Photographer Gábor Arion Kudász spent a summer together with his son in Finland, Vantaa. “My son and I were communicating our fears and desires towards each other using his straightforward sketches and my photographs as a free and immediate correspondance hoping for a better understanding of our relationship.” - says photographer.
Gábor Arion Kudász shows us our lost natural spaces, the landscapes rewritten by humanity following the rules of classic image-making. His landscapes are vast still-lives on the edges of populated land and open areas, with all the material things that may well be seen as the negative effect of humanity on nature. The absurdity of his pictures stems from the subject itself and the manner of representation. Bridges and roundabouts, construction sites and billboards sit in the landscape so organically, it almost hurts. But they certainly force us to reconsider our notions of beauty and what is natural.
View this full amazing photo-project, together with drawing over here.