Taken in the summer of 2013.
After having an exhibition a few years ago, in which I tried to put older objects in their modern status: between old and new, I have come a few steps further. As a result, I am going to open a new photography exhibition between the 5th and 30th of June in Brasov, Romania. My photos … Continue reading
One week after Easter, each year the “Junii Braşovului” are riding their horses through the town in a parade that attracts many people from both the old city and the new part. The “Junii Braşovului” are seven groups of men that were established long ago. It’s actually unknown how old this tradition is, the oldest record of … Continue reading
Brasov is a great and photogenic city if you want to take photos. Here are some pictures I took in the fall. (2012)
The Hunyad castle is one of Romania`s most beautiful monuments. The Gothic construction was built between the XIVth and, surprisingly, XIXth century. It is filled with history and legends, being a great touristic attraction for both non-Romanians and Romanians. Here are a few snapshots I took when I was there for the 2nd time (2012) … Continue reading
Fotografii făcute în Cluj între 2008- 2012. Aceste imagini arată în mod principal străzile şi pieţele publice din Cluj trecute prin filtrul meu, aşa cum l-am perceput în ultimii 4 ani. Ar fi interesant de psihanalizat un moment de ce nu prea apar oameni sau animale (Clujul e plin de câini şi porumbei). Am făcut … Continue reading
Mă uitam la un film mai demult şi unul din subiectele dezvoltate, care mi-a atras atenţia în mod special a fost credinţa oamenilor din Evul Mediu în personaje ce, conform lumii noastre, nu există. Astfel, poveşti despre tot felul de creaturi circulau în secolele IX- XI ca adevărate, şi erau considerate reale chiar şi de … Continue reading
In the book “Heaven & Hell” by Emmanuel Swedenborg, the author, a prominent 18th century scientist, claims to have had acces to percieve paradise and hell, and talk to angels. Here are the most interesting observations, some of them controversial even to our day, although the book was written in the 1700s. Emmanuel Swedenborg is … Continue reading