“I try to use symbols and concepts that are easy to understand for anyone, and this way to reflect upon issues like violence, poverty, death, faith, hope.” – Get to know Adél Koleszár, one of the Futures talent of Capa Center in 2019.
“For me, the role of the medium varies from project to project. Sometimes I use it to document things, other times I work with the process itself. I use the apparatus as a time-absorbing tool, for creating impressions.” – Get to know Olga Kocsi, one of the Futures talent of Capa Center in 2019.
“Photography is a kind of language for me, through which I can better express myself than through words. This is usually also how my series are structured: I have a thesis, which I unfold bit by bit with the help of images.” – Get to know Kata Geibl, one of the Futures talent of Capa Center in 2019.
“I consider photography to be an exploratory tool, an opportunity to discover myself and my environment, and to understand how things work.” – Get to know Krystyna Bilak, one of the Futures talent of Capa Center in 2019.
“I consider myself a mixer creating various interartistic cocktails in the theater or in the exhibition space, mixing up different media.” – Get to know Anna Ádám, one of the Futures talent of Capa Center in 2019.
“I am drawn towards artists making more conceptual work and work that questions the role of photography in truth and storytelling.” – Get to know Emma Bowkett, a member of this year’s jury of Capa Grand Prize.
“The impact PARALLEL can have [for the participants] besides extending their personal network and even friendships, that they also consolidate strong professional contacts and stay stable after such an intense experience like PARALLEL.” – Read an interview with Maria Salgado, who is the Network Communication Manager of PARALLEL. We asked her about the past and the future of the PARALLEL Platform and the different aspects of art and photography.
“Like no other, photography is able to touch people in their innermost, to open new horizons and perspectives and, of course, to change the world a little bit each time.” – Get to know Katharina Mouratidi, a member of this year’s jury of Capa Grand Prize.