Photographer Miklós Klotz presents an exhibition of photos from a trip to the isolated Maasai villages around Arusha in Tanzania in 2001. This project was made possible by the help of a guide who helped him win the trust and confidence of the local people. The photographs on display are vintage-style prints and have been published in a photo album called Kasserian inkera? which in Maasai means in How are the children?
Miklós Klotz graduated from the Árpád vocational school in Székesfehérvár, majoring in photography. After he moved to Budapest in 1989, he worked as a freelancer photographer, working for MAFILM and Taps, the theatre magazine. He also worked at several film screenings as a photo booth photographer. One of Klotz’s artistic endeavors is to publish compilations from his photographic work in the form of books. Klotz is a regular participant of the D.FLEISS symposium (Germany, Austria, Serbia, China, Hungary, and Romania), the Ludvig nursery of artists (Nagykanizsa, Hungary) and the Inter-Art nursery of artists (Nagyenyed, Románia)
The organizers reserve the right of making changes in the programmes.