Welcome to a world of grace, minimalism and deep reflection : this is the world of Hungarian photographer and photomanipulation magician Flóra Borsi. After studying Arts, Design and Photography in Budapest, this 21 year old woman launched her freelance career, releasing a series of self-portraits with cunning criticisms of our society (in particular, her series ‘Photoshop in real life’) that soon fascinated audiences and earned her various awards.
All of Flóra’s conceptual photographs are strikingly simple yet meticulous and perfectly harmonious. She questions our relationship with the female body, alluding to sensuality with an hide and seek game of artistic exploration, including mediums such as paint in her work. Her body seems to be caught in a weightless dance, freed from the burden of reality. Indeed the emotional charge of her work goes beyond nudity. Her photographs are almost inhabited, in a spiritual sense. Flóra’s ability is to show the boundaries between real and fantasy alludes to the magic inside of us all.
After an acclaimed group exhibition at the famous Saatchi gallery, and many solo shows, you could see the work of Flóra Borsi at the Leontia Gallery of London, UK from the 19th of September, in the group exhibition ‘Flesh’. Miss Borsi’s exquisite art is certainly worth following.