Tamás Varga presents his works with the world’s second-oldest photo process. Tamás Varga does not accept the relatively common forms of photography of today.
He does not use small compact machines that auto-post everything online but rather he is rather committed to using traditional technology.
The so-called wet collodion process is the second oldest photographic process, used back in the second half of the 1800s, between 1851 and 1880, especially during the period of the America Civil War, making up most of the surviving photographs.
In April 2019, Tamás Varga exhibited his photos in Budapest and now, his exhibition is being shown by the B32 Gallery and Cultural Space.
More information about the exhibition is available here >>>