Julian Romero képei
Since I came to Hungary for four nights in the winter of 2016, I felt I was getting into another dimension: the unfathomable language, the cult of the old, the desolate city in the early night, the Magyar's glance looking into the nothingness. Photography is a tool to capture the lost time: the ephemeral instant; photography is a tool for telling phantasmagoric stories of cities and people who once existed: a photograph is a death stamp. I’ve been trapped in this alien land for four years, literally falling in its dark love. Julián Romero.