The Vinyl Shop Effect Opening

Some of the photos of my series Blue Line will be part of a collective show called “The Vinyl Shop Effect” that will open on Friday at Mymuseum Gallery. Hope to see you there!

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Exhibiting artists:

Tibor NAGY
Isabel VAL


Why do people like old stuff? How old is old enough to have a revival? Why do people feel a connection to objects, why do they collect them and what is nostalgia? These questions are the underlying drivers of the group show entitled The Vinyl Shop Effect which presents the duality within the beauty of deteriorated buildings and retro furniture through artworks by Kristóf Murányi, Tibor Nagy, Péter Trembeczki and Isabel Val. The exhibition aims to raise understanding about the concept of nostalgia and the attraction towards old objects as well as to help experience their benefits.
The Vinyl Shop Effect plays with the jovial vibe of nostalgia and at the same time draws people’s attention to the importance of having a balanced relationship with one’s past. The works on show humorously pinpoint details that build up people’s collective memory, and make it visible that there is a psychological task hidden in the feeling of nostalgia, that is to process the bittersome face of the past. The show provides an opportunity to have the identity forming nature of nostalgia analysed and experienced.

Find me in Airbnb! / ¡Encuéntrame en Airbnb!

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Recently I have joined Airbnb to offer my workshop for travellers to those who are visiting Budapest.

If you feel that your photos always look like somebody else's or just like postcards, this workshop is for definitely for you!

This workshop has been designed for travellers who already know how to use their camera (or phone) but are in need of a creative breakthrough.

For 2 hours, we will approach photography as a game that will awake your senses and your unique style. Through small exercises and a few composition tips, you will learn how to pay attention to details and find beauty in the unexpected.

You can book it here. It is available in English, Spanish and Catalan.

Hope to meet you soon! :)

Me he unido a Airbnb para poder ofrecer mi workshop para viajeros a todos aquellos que visiten Budapest.

Si siempre tienes la sensación de que tus fotos se parecen a las de otra persona o que son como postales, este taller es sin duda para ti. He diseñado este taller para viajeros que saben manejar su cámara (o teléfono) pero necesitan un empujón creativo. Durante 2 horas, utilizaremos la fotografía como un juego a través del cual despertaremos nuestros sentidos y nuestro estilo único como fotógrafos. Mediante pequeños ejercicios y trucos de composición, aprenderemos a prestar atención a los detalles y a encontrar la belleza en lo inesperado.

Puedes hacer tu reserva aquí.

¡Nos vemos pronto! :)

upcoming Workshop in Budapest

On the 26th of September I will be leading my workshop "Collecting the City - Visual Storytelling through Objects" as part of the program of the Bokréta Festival in Budapest.

In this workshop, we will approach photography as a way to reconnect with the city and we will develop a body of work based on the concepts of series and repetition. We will explore our surroundings, paying special attention to all these ordinary objects we can find in the public space and the story we can tell through them. Our main topic will be the relation between past and present in Bokréta utca.


MiraDoor, the organizers of this festival are on a mission to bring an intelcultural community together trough all kind of cultural and artistic initiatives. The whole programme of the festival is quite cool, so I really recommend you to have a look!

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If you are interested in this workshop but you cannot attend, check other possibilities or write to me at

Another neon sign is gone

A few days ago , another neon sign was removed in Budapest. I was sorry for it, as it was one of the first I took photos of when I started Lights of Budapest back in 2015. Forgotten on the top of a big building during decades, I found it funny that its message was kind of revolutionary again: DO NOT LITTER!


You can read an article about it and check the photos of the dismantling here

And if you will also miss this neon sign, you can get a limited copy in Mymuseum