I came across Isoif Kiraly’s work and loved these taped together images–reminiscent of Hockney’s approach, but messier and less about beauty and more about the fragmented world of Romania. He has several interesting series. Be sure to look at Tinseltown, if for nothing other than to see the unusual and controversial Gypsy architecture built by Rroma craftsmen.
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