Nora Juhasz, a native Hungarian, lives and works in Luxembourg for 5 years now.
In “Me and I” she shows that one can approach topics of street photography in a painterly way. Her scenes take place in public spaces or other places that, themselves, serve the purpose of encounter.
“I focus on the human being. I am particularly interested in how they struggle with their basic existential predicament of isolation. My approach, which involves a minimalist narrative figuration combined with pop art and naive elements, was developed to deal with the connection/isolation paradox that also makes the actions in my images restrained and meditative. In my work, I explore those moments when the protagonists are either connected in some way, but still experience their loneliness, or when they manage to find temporary relationships.” (Nora Juhasz)