In her series, Quiet Days, Enikõ Hangay unearths painterly details from our chaotic, everyday lives. The hidden coherence of
forms and colours of her view unfolds the omnipresence of nature. It can appear as a commercial poster, or the caress of sunshine
on the parquet, the green of a park, or a white dog behind a railing. Sunshine pouring in, the green of peas, crumble falling on
the snow are all natural parts of her world, like television and Coke for others.
Enikõ Hangay finds her pictures through cognition and reception of the world surrounding her, she never directs them. Her
loveable, modest reality becomes shareable by presenting the personal lives of her family friends, and her own. The harmonization
of secret constellations and seemingly incoherent phenomena gives the subject of her photographs.
Hungarian House of Photography in Mai Manó House
H-1065 Budapest-Terézváros, Nagymezõ utca 20.