My father, Tamás Urban photographer, photojournalist – in 1975 he made a photo series for his diploma in the Aszód Juvenile Detention Center and showcased it in the premises of the facility. The exhibition got banned on the spot and were not allowed to show it in public later, in Budapest either. Since then more than four decades passed. Fortuitously I […]
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