Evaldas Butkevičius speaks a visual language that is understandable to everyone. For two decades he has been working as a reporter for one of the largest daily newspaper, facing the dynamic daily life of Kaunas. It seems that the city rhythm is nothing more than banality, bits and pieces of which are turned into images and brought to the editorial table for the next issue, so nothing surprising, and yet from the first glance, the wealth of Butkevičius’ photographs strike us.
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