Selection of 13 images. 2011.
With Dénes Fekete.

"Ignudi" is the phrase Michelangelo used to describe the twenty seated male nudes he incorporated into the Sistine Chapel ceiling frescoes. This series is however a wink to André Kertész (1894 – 1985), Hungarian-born photographer known for his groundbreaking contributions to photographic composition. One of his relatively less famous images, entitled “Underwater swimmer” (1917) served as inspiration for the impromptu shooting with Hungarian sculptor & friend Dénes Fekete, in Montenegro 2011. A harmless and undoubtedly nostalgic summer jam, reminiscent of times when photography was a young and innocent medium.