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Tamas Bernath - Filling the Gaps, Self published, 2016, Budapest






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Pages: 56
Place: Budapest
Year: 2016
Publisher: Self published
Size: 20 x 14 cm (approx.)

Softcover, 50 copies/each edition, laser print, first edition: May 2015, second edition: February 2016. Desgin, text by Tamas Bernath

"The camera allows me to follow my intuition, to capture what is meaningful to me. As a result, I don't look for locations to photograph. Instead, I photograph where I actually am.

From 2010 to 2011, having finished our studies, and feeling the need to get away for a while before settling down, my girlfriend and I spent a year in a life-sharing community in Ireland. We lived and worked with people with special needs.These photos are a record of that year.

They are selected from my personal visual diary of that place and time, as we tried to fill the gaps between our past and our future."

http://tamasbernath.com/zine


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