My ongoing project, King of My Castle is on show now through Monday, 9 April 2018 at the Robert Capa Center for Contemporary Photography in Budapest, Hungary!

Lyukóvölgy, Flight, 2017 (from: Marton Magocsi: King of My Castle)


Marton Magocsi was born in Budapest in 1979. He has been working in photojournalism since 2009 as a photojournalist, photo editor, editor in chief for photography, multimedia editor and teacher, not necessarily in this order, and of course not all at the same time. He managed to collect a diploma in media studies, vocational qualification as a photojournalist, and hopefully more friends than enemies so far. His photo and multimedia reportage has won respective Hungarian awards on multiple occasions. His works are not yet collected by anyone, although he doesn’t rule out the possibility. King of My Castle is his first work not at all wanting to be bound by photojournalism (he denies any terrible self-portraits which may surface from his adolesence).




King of My Castle: Own one!

Limited edition of 5 giclée prints of each image in the series are available in 75x50cm size. Hahnemühle matte archival paper on Gatorboard framed in white, hand-painted Tilia. Anti-reflex glass available upon request. E-mail me for details!
King of My Castle: Share a legend!

Do you have an own family legend that comes to mind viewing these images? Please support this ongoing project by sharing it with me!
King of My Castle: See the slideshow!

A slideshow of extra photos from the series and from my own and my father's archive accompanies the exhibition. I will be sharing one each day on my Facebook-page with the background story.