Szász, a modernist photographer from Hungary, worked from the 1950s to 70s. His photos featured the life and landscapes of his home country. His photos used radical perspective, formal composition and start black and white printing. This exhibit is part of Robert Koch Gallery's laudable bringing to light of work by lesser known, but significant, photographers. Szász was edcated as a lawyer who was not allowed to practice in Communist Hungary. He worked as a photographer and a sign painter. He also worked documenting buildings in the region and published a book on folk architecture that won a number of awards.