András Ladocsi’s (HU, 1992) desire for seeking and finding the truth comes from the subject he observes. All his works reassure and delight the viewer, but are equally capable of discomforting them. In his photos, naturalism and realism is greatly anesthetized and organized into tight compositions. The works vibrate between an intimate and a more distanced approach. The artist’s intent to systematize, and to create is unavoidably present in the pictures, but his neutral use of space and backgrounds being completely free from identity, provide adequate territory for the observer’s personal interpretation. His art also exhibits noticeable cohesion. This does not sprout from a labored stylistic mannerism, but instead from the explicit and successful display of a distinct vision.