The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Sofia. It is a kind of mosaic encyclopedia - diary, a personal confession of Hungarian photographer Attila Lorant. He lists in it the visual elements, emotions and thoughts which are influenced his life. The photographs, arranged in a 3x3 matrix are produced in the 52 weeks of the year or a total of 486 documented moments, parts of one painful year in the author’s life.
“Bits of the daily round”, “of a man, who probably makes his last pictures”, tell about the importance of each small object and detail around us.
The exhibition is open until January 10, 2014
He has been involved in photography for 10 years, he writes, publishes, directs films. One of his most important projects within the Foundation established by him "Disappearing cultures" deals with photo-documented of indigenous peoples. Attila Lorant is the first Hungarian whose book with texts and photos is issued by National Geographic Society National Geographic Society. Issued albums: East Africa - more than safari (2003), Indians in the Amazon and the Andes (2006 ), Wapponi ( 2007) , Window in the Sky (2008 ), Window to the Sky ( 2009) , Congo ( 2011) , 3X3 Photo Diary 52 486 (2012), digital publications for its iPad devices out in 2012 and 2013. In 2012 IMAGES publishes approximately 450 of his photographs of the peoples of Africa, the Andes and the Amazon. The application, released in 2013, is a version of his book " 3x3 52 486 " , complete with multimedia and experimental short film . Attila Lorant often publishes on the magazine National Geographic, ELLE and others. He is winner of numerous international awards. Author of more than 50 solo exhibitions abroad (New York, Stockholm, Helsinki, Prague, Sofia, Kinshasa, Budapest, Tallinn, Riga, Seattle). Author of the exhibition, which is opened the "Year of Forests" of the UN. Between the different journeys around the wide world, he works as artistic director, directs films and works on his books.