Lilla Szász is in practice of travelling and exploring lives of special communities in Hungary and all over the world. She has photographed homeless mothers, young criminal girls, and, most recently, Russian Jewish Veterans of the Second World War.
Lilla Szász is a teacher of photography at Kontakt Courses in Art Photography (Hungary) and Mosoly Foundation (Hungary), a photo-journalist, and consults privately with numerous photographers and visual artists. She is best known for the series Mother Michael Goes to Heaven, which examines the life of a family that was formed between three prostitutes living together in Józsefváros neighborhood of Budapest.
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