An assortment of interiors, objects and places coloured in warm oranges, reds and pinks, Rédling’s images explore how old memories can provide comfort, while also generating an aching sense of loss
Half a century since he took to the streets, Sándor Kereki’s extensive archive of 1,850 images is now available to view online
Milach’s new book triptych, I Am Warning You, provides an architectural survey of three fortified borders: the US-Mexican wall, the Hungarian border fence, and the Berlin Wall
At 28, Zsolt Ficsór is part of this new generation, using his collective, MAMA Photobooks, to help promote local artists’ self-published work. In October Ficsór brought MAMA to Photo Book London at The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, for example, while in September, he was invited to take part in the five-day Magnum workshop at the Capa Contemporary Photography Centre in Budapest. Lead by celebrated Magnum photographers Antoine d’Agata and Matt Black, this workshop was a masterclass in developing his style of urban documentary photography, he says, which stems from his fascination with “interacting with this surreal and unreal world that we are living in right here here, right now”.