Piers are quite strange things. Neither ships nor buildings they are, connect the moving elements with the static riverbank. They have axes to two entirely different worlds, but they are independent from both as well. They are akin to the boat people, who always had some freedom compared to common inhabitants. But they are still parts of the city panorama, without them the riversides would be lifeless and sad.

The proportions of the photograph are 16:9.


Signed, Numbered Edition (24)

Medium: High-end black and white photography print on fine art archival paper.

  • 60cm x 33cm / 23" x 13" (without white borders)
  • 90cm x 50cm / 35" x 20" (without white borders)
  • 120cm x 67cm / 47" x 26"  (without white borders)
  • 150cm x 84cm / 59" x 33"  (without white borders)


The black and white Budapest panorama collection by Gabor HELYES is a result of more than three decades of artistic efforts and research for the hidden miracles of Budapest. Each print is editioned to only twenty-four reproductions regardless of the size. The artist sets pricing as the edition sells, making this portfolio of prints investment pieces. 


Born and living in Budapest, Hungary, Gabor HELYES is a professional Architect and Photographer, who follows the organic principles of his American master, Frank Lloyd Wright. In his photographs, Gabor extends his creative 3D architectural approach to the fourth dimension, Time. He says: 'I am a born Architect, and I remain to be as such a creator in anything I work with. For me designing a whole new building or photographing something existing has no difference: both are once-in-a-lifetime highly personal love experiences. The final fruit of this affair, the Art Piece should reach the highest level both in technical and artistical sense.'


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