Péter Korniss, born in Cluj-Napoca, Romania in 1937, is one of the most highly regarded contemporary Hungarian photographers. Throughout his more than fifty-year career Korniss has used the tools of documentary photography to create compelling, authentic portraits of traditional cultures primarily in Transylvania and Hungary, but also in Slovakia, Serbia, Siberia, South Yemen, and beyond––including on the Navajo and Oglala Sioux...
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