For commission, portfolio or any other requests,
please use the contact details below.

+36 70 612 8578
laszlogaborbelicza@gmail.com

2022
NINU NINA – Leila Antakly: Postcards from the sea, Photographer László Gábor Belicza (interview)
MAP6 Photography Collective – Guest Feature – László Gábor Belicza
Pearl Press – Issue XI. Shared Spaces
The Pupilsphere – Wes Foster – László Gábor Belicza, The Sky Above Kóspallag
Viszont.hu – István Bielik – strangeness and home experience, The Sky Above Kóspallag
 
Life Framer – a selection from the work: The Sky Above Kóspallag
Fujifilm Hungary: My Fuji story (interview)

2021
Paper Journal – Diary by László Gábor Belicza

PUNKT.hu – László Baki, Éva Bonczidai – everyday life in a village in Börzsöny – The Sky Above Kóspallag
Pearl Press – Issue IV. Courtship
Turista Magazine – Péter Lánczi: The Sky Above Kóspallag – a Börzsöny village with details that come to life (interview)

2020
IN Coversation With – Gettind BY – Kristina Sergeeva and Michaela Nagyidaiová

ColorTag magazine – Colors of qurantine
Gleanmag – László Gábor Belicza – diary 2020
Artdoc Magazine – New World online
Kultúra.hu – „The main thing is their weekday personality” – Photos of László Gábor Belicza

2019
Kultura.hu – Ayhan Gökhan: Eight lightminutest far from the Present, Kultura.hu (interview)
Kunsthalle blog – Judit Hangyál: Only the man!

2017
Fotoroom – The Ten Best New Series that Premiered on FotoFirst

Scopio editions – Diana Carvalho: Whole (2012–2016)
thingscreatedbypeople – Sara Miller: Whole (2012–2016 ) by László Gábor Belicza
Phosmag – Chiara Raffo: László Gábor Belicza: Whole (2012-2016) Book
ignant – Whole (2012–2016)

2016
Stilblog – Petra Hoffmann: Family history on photos

For–Example – Nick Sellek: László Gábor Belicza on For–Example
Paper Journal – Patricia Karallis: Whole! on Paper Journal
Booooooom! – Jeff Hamada: Photographer Spotlight
Art OpologyVincent Urbani: Photo essay by László Gábor Belicza
thisispaper – Tasya Kudryk: Family Diary (interview)
FotoRoom – Graziano Ferri: Interview, FotoFirst – László Gábor Belicza Captures His Nephew’s Mourning for the loss of His Father (interview)
Neighbourart – Lili Zentai: László Gábor Belicza, photographer (interview)
F–stop MagazineIssue, The Human Body – 76 photographers from all over the world selected by: Sarah Hadley

I planned to become a painter, but at the university entrance exam they said, „László, you can’t draw at all.” Since my portfolio folder contained 3 prints by complete coincidence, I was offered to major in photography. That’s how photography found me. I later graduated in Photography and Design at the University of Kaposvár and published my works for the first time in 2016. The first one was my photo essay (Whole 2012-2016) about a tragedy within a family, a series that was selected as one of the 10 most outstanding photo projects by Fotoroom that year. The personal themes have stayed with me, I can best express myself in diary-like photo essays. After graduating from university, I worked for many years as a portrait photographer, and since 2019 I have been teaching photography and working on my own series with national grants (National Cultural Fund for Photography, Hungarian Academy of Arts grant). My works are currently in the collections of the Rippl-Rónai Museum, the Kunsthalle (Institution of the Hungarian Academy of Arts), the Herman Ottó Museum, and the Petőfi Literary Museum. 

For commission, portfolio or any other requests,
please use the contact details below.

+36 70 612 8578
laszlogaborbelicza@gmail.com

2022
NINU NINA – Leila Antakly: Postcards from the sea, Photographer László Gábor Belicza (interview)
MAP6 Photography Collective – Guest Feature – László Gábor Belicza
Pearl Press – Issue XI. Shared Spaces
The Pupilsphere – Wes Foster – László Gábor Belicza, The Sky Above Kóspallag
Viszont.hu – István Bielik – strangeness and home experience, The Sky Above Kóspallag
 
Life Framer – a selection from the work: The Sky Above Kóspallag
Fujifilm Hungary: My Fuji story (interview)

2021
Paper Journal – Diary by László Gábor Belicza

PUNKT.hu – László Baki, Éva Bonczidai – everyday life in a village in Börzsöny – The Sky Above Kóspallag
Pearl Press – Issue IV. Courtship
Turista Magazine – Péter Lánczi: The Sky Above Kóspallag – a Börzsöny village with details that come to life (interview)

2020
IN Coversation With – Gettind BY – Kristina Sergeeva and Michaela Nagyidaiová

ColorTag magazine – Colors of qurantine
Gleanmag – László Gábor Belicza – diary 2020
Artdoc Magazine – New World online
Kultúra.hu – „The main thing is their weekday personality” – Photos of László Gábor Belicza

2019
Kultura.hu – Ayhan Gökhan: Eight lightminutest far from the Present, Kultura.hu (interview)
Kunsthalle blog – Judit Hangyál: Only the man!

2017
Fotoroom – The Ten Best New Series that Premiered on FotoFirst

Scopio editions – Diana Carvalho: Whole (2012–2016)
thingscreatedbypeople – Sara Miller: Whole (2012–2016 ) by László Gábor Belicza
Phosmag – Chiara Raffo: László Gábor Belicza: Whole (2012-2016) Book
ignant – Whole (2012–2016)

2016
Stilblog – Petra Hoffmann: Family history on photos

For–Example – Nick Sellek: László Gábor Belicza on For–Example
Paper Journal – Patricia Karallis: Whole! on Paper Journal
Booooooom! – Jeff Hamada: Photographer Spotlight
Art OpologyVincent Urbani: Photo essay by László Gábor Belicza
thisispaper – Tasya Kudryk: Family Diary (interview)
FotoRoom – Graziano Ferri: Interview, FotoFirst – László Gábor Belicza Captures His Nephew’s Mourning for the loss of His Father (interview)
Neighbourart – Lili Zentai: László Gábor Belicza, photographer (interview)
F–stop MagazineIssue, The Human Body – 76 photographers from all over the world selected by: Sarah Hadley

I planned to become a painter, but at the university entrance exam they said, „László, you can’t draw at all.” Since my portfolio folder contained 3 prints by complete coincidence, I was offered to major in photography. That’s how photography found me. I later graduated in Photography and Design at the University of Kaposvár and published my works for the first time in 2016. The first one was my photo essay (Whole 2012-2016) about a tragedy within a family, a series that was selected as one of the 10 most outstanding photo projects by Fotoroom that year. The personal themes have stayed with me, I can best express myself in diary-like photo essays. After graduating from university, I worked for many years as a portrait photographer, and since 2019 I have been teaching photography and working on my own series with national grants (National Cultural Fund for Photography, Hungarian Academy of Arts grant). My works are currently in the collections of the Rippl-Rónai Museum, the Kunsthalle (Institution of the Hungarian Academy of Arts), the Herman Ottó Museum, and the Petőfi Literary Museum.