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VIS-À-VILLE

Charlie Chaplin disait que « ce n’est pas la réalité qui compte dans un film, mais ce que l’imagination peut en faire », et cette constatation est également valable pour l’art de Zoltán Vancsó. Ses travaux sont saisissants du fait que tout ce qu’il formule par l’intermédiaire de ses images, tout ce qu’il déploie à travers elles, n’est pas présenté comme la vérité absolue mais, bien au contraire, incite chacun à y rechercher sa propre réalité. (Júlia Cserba)

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TWINCITY

According to Chaplin, "reality does not matter in film, but rather what one's imagination makes of it" and this observation is perfectly applicable to Zoltan Vancso's photography. This is the reason why his art is enthralling. Everything he formulates in his photographs, all that he lays before us is not presented as unquestionable truth, but quite the opposite: he urges us to find our own reality in them. (Júlia Cserba)

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VÁROS-PÁROS

Chaplin szerint « a filmen nem a valóság számít, hanem az, amit a képzelet képes belőle formálni », és ez a megállapítás teljes mértékben érvényes Vancsó művészetére is. Munkái éppen azért megragadóak, mert mindazt, amit képeiben megfogalmaz, amit elénk tár, nem megkérdőjelezhetetlen igazságként tünteti fel, hanem éppen ellenkezőleg, arra ösztönöz bennünket, hogy a magunk valóságát keressük bennük. (Cserba Júlia)

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About the Author

Zoltan Vancso
vancso Budapest, Hungary
Regarding his professional career, two personalities of a photographer have come to life in him. One tries to reflect reality as clearly and comprehensibly as possible. The other one, in contrast, acts in the opposite way; it takes pleasure in discovering the improbability of reality, and funny enough, it conveys this experience with an objective tool – with photography. His works of art are related to the classic trends of photography. His photos encourage reflection, and they raise innocent and meaningless situations of reality to the heights of extraordinary and mystic dimensions. He has held nearly 40 exhibitions in Budapest, he regularly publishes albums, and his professional and lay audience is constantly expanding. His photo movie Oceans of Sigh – Cuba was shown in Budapest cinemas with great success as a short movie to accompany Wim Wenders‘ film. He has received several professional rewards. In 2004, he had an exhibition with William Klein in Budapest.

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