László Gábor Belicza – Diary

The essays and diaries of László Gábor Belicza are narratives created from independent photographs. Emotional web of relationships, chain of discoveries, impressions and intuition. Perhaps this intimacy connects the living, natural and material world. As an inner observer point of view, the highlighted moments of the photographs record the process of remembrance and lift his art to the level of visual poetry. In parallel, he is able to evoke the present with flying intensively beyond the past, using the evaporating picture as an emotion preserving medium. His artworks are silent, meditative worlds, his portrays are empathetic discoveries with tranquil dignity.

József Gaál, Painter

László Gábor Belicza (b. 1991) has been publishing his photographs since 2016, when he received his Photography MA at Kaposvár University, Hungary. His first photo essay Egész / Whole, 2012–2016 was included in the FotoRoom selection of the ten most outstanding photography projects of the year in 2016. The series was later exhibited in Prague, Warsaw, Bratislava, Cluj-Napoca, and Budapest. His works can be found in the collections of the Rippl-Rónai Museum, the Műcsarnok (Kunsthalle Budapest), and the Petőfi Literary Museum. His first solo photography album, containing 92 portraits of artists of the Hungarian music scene, was published in 2019 under the title 10 év élő zene (10 Years of Live Music). Currently he lives and works in Budapest.