Nordic landscapes, undiscovered spots, deserted places, and wild nature are the main subjects of my photographs. I find tranquility in mountains, the ocean, fjords, national parks, lava fields, and in rough nature. In general, it comes naturally to me to immortalize these unusual forms in my work. By preserving these moments, I maintain the essence of what I experience in my surroundings and this is also my way of holding onto these special places.
Dora Kontha is an analogue photographer who specializes in wide open spaces, rough nature, and undiscovered Nordic landscapes. Her work focuses on the form of unreal nature. She creates melancholic and dramatic photographs with traditional film cameras and expired 35mm film in pursuit of feelings of freedom and wanderlust. Dora currently lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Perspectives, Group exhibition at Budapest Photo Festival, Kiscelli Museum, 2019 April-May,
Dreamland, Solo exhibition – TOBE Gallery – Budapest, 2018 September-October
PIÑA, Group exhibition, TOBE Project – Pegazus, Szentbékkálla – 2018 July-August
Trieste Photo Days, Group exhibition – Trieste, Italy – 2018 June-July
Photo London – 2019 May
MIA Photo Fair – 2019 March