Csilla Klenyánszki thinks in images, blurring perceptions of the familiar
- Ross Bryant
- 19 December 2012
2012 has been a year in which we’ve been spoiled for choice when it comes to great photography. It seems we can’t get enough of it, especially when the subject matter of the work in question creatively fuses fantasy with reality, presenting a body of work that plays with our perceptions of the ordinary. This quality is something Csilla Klenyánszki boasts by the stylised bucket-load, offering viewers a one-way ticket into the portal of her imaginative mind that thinks in images and constantly works to seek out those hidden possibilities in the familiar. Perhaps there isn’t a better (legal) way to trot off into fantasyville than this style of photography beautifully encapsulated here by Csilla. Top stuff.