The artistic career of Gabor Lang
began in the mid 1980's. It was the period when a
sudden impulse was felt in the intellectual life of Hungary,
when events began to speed up, and various art groups,
styles, and fashion trends were taking shape.
At the end of the 1990's, Gabor already knew that he would
not be able to live exclusively on art and also he knew that
he would not want to give up his passion. He created
an independent sub existence as an IT professional.
Simultaneously, he worked tirelessly on building his own
world with his own images, proceeding from year to year
along the path he designed for himself.
The last 20 years he worked at different U.S. television
networks as an IT professional. His friends and
his co-workers pushed him to create his own web site for his
Gabor Lang attended high school and college in Budapest.
He began to draw and photograph following his own instincts.
He studied drawing at Spring Drawing Studio in New
York City. He established himself as a successful IT
professional. His biggest support came from a
well-known Hungarian artist Geza Nemeth. Geza
started pushing Gabor to explore different directions and
styles of drawing and photography. His influence led
him to recognize the importance of collaboration of
different style of expression and the computer technology.
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Gabor's love of travel and
his fascination with different emotion and moods drove him
to photography. His images reflect the street and
cities where ordinary existence becomes subject of his
interest. His images capture the street and the people
in it who are living out their own imaginations as clowns
and ballerinas and dancers and musicians. Within his
images of cities, he creates the illusion of familiarity to
the place that makes you feel like a deja–vu. New York
City has given him a big canvas to create images that try to
reflect the mood and emotion of the moment.
His ideas always combine imagination and skills.
His works has been reproduced and displayed in several
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