Amazing photo manipulations by Flóra Borsi

Flóra Borsi

Flora is a youthful compelling artistic photographer from Hungary. She utilizes perfect photograph control to make dreamlike pictures that are specifically centered around personality, connections, feelings and dreams. Her faultless skill and unpretentious calculated thoughts make lovely summoning of widespread feelings, from desire and want to sadness and misfortune.

Flora without a moment’s delay catches the perplexing quality and delicacy of the human mind. She expertly imagines dim dreams and barometric dreams, using the uncanny and sharp illustration, while opening thinking, feel, dream and express in the urban world.

Her work regularly includes the female body and she plays with covering up and uncovering the eyes or face to leave just the ladylike frame, investigating inquiries of female portrayal and the connection between body and self. Flora has showcased globally with solo displays in Europe and the USA, and has most eminently participated in the “Continental Shift” group presentation at Saatchi Gallery. She has likewise presented at the Louver, France.


Surrealism is the magical surprise of finding a lion in a wardrobe, where you were ‘sure’ of finding shirts
– Frida Kahlo

The forgotten dream

Her ethereal tasteful work has won different craftsmanship prizes and earned basic recognition from press including The Guardian’s Observer and BBC Culture. Her craftsmanship was the preface of Adobe Photoshop in 2014.


Recent Artwork I

You can find all her artworks directly from her official website: Flóra Borsi


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