Tamás Varga is a photographer from Debrecen. He is looking for people of different nationalities and skin colors for a photoshoot.
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Tamás Varga (Debrecen, 1969) is a doctor and a photographer. He has dealt with historical photographic technics, and in recent years has shot only wet plate collodion pictures. He is a member of the Photography Department of the Association of Hungarian Artists, and he was admitted to the Association of Hungarian Photographers in 2007. His works have been introduced to the public in 9 exclusive independent exhibitions and more than 70 expositions worldwide and Hungary.
Contemporary artists and tendencies affect his photos and him, besides the masters of the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. In his projects, he deals in a recurring manner with the Central-Eastern European existence and its typical features, and he introduces social groups fighting against being stereotyped (vitiligo, healed and recovered cancer patients). His current project is also about overcoming stereotypes.