Dear Visitor,

I’m Viktor Jáger, musician, photographer and geologist PhD. 

Femininity and mistique. The contrast of ambiguity with erotic moments is one of my favourite playground and starting point of my concept art. With my model friends, I would like to create alternative worlds with unclear borders between possible and impossible, certain and uncertain, happened and unhappened or between dream and reality and even between reality and a possible reality. But the choice and decision begins in your conscience. I take photos with medium format analogue equipment because analog sign is continuous like our surrounding world and not discontinuous with loss of information like the unnatural digital sign. This is a theoretical point of view of my film photography. 

"It’s wrong to say that the invention of film photography was the only driving force that encouraged painters to break with tradition, and create the many modern art movements of the 20th Century; if anything a lot of painters used photography to help take painting into new directions. The parallel between then and now is that with the presence of an invention which does it quicker, cheaper and easier; film photographers now are more aware that they have the option to explore photography on a more personal level, where there is no ‘correct’ form photography. Subject and photographic technique are there to be manipulated for the sake of concept, and traditional methods can be mixed with modern methods to achieve this goal." /Simon Fernandez/

Thanks your visiting!

For questions regarding my photographs, please use the form below or contact me via e-mail.
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Viktor Jáger

Dear Visitor,

Maximum of three copies of each artwork will be made, which you can order by sending an email to: 

News from the art photography word



 The art of photography, Barcelona, Spain, 2022,


Alchimia Feminea -  solo exhibition, Trezor, 4 november, 2020, Pécs


The art of photography - group exhibition, PH21 Gallery & KrimArt Gallery, Rome (one artwork)


Imagination - group exhibition, PH21 Gallery, Budapest (2 artwork from a series)


Feminine/Masculine - group exhibition, PH21 Gallery, Budapest (one artwork)


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