Disappearing Cultures Foundation
Cinege u. 1-3/c23
Tel: +36 1 27 456 88
President - Author
Mobile: +36 30 941 87 08
Attila Lóránt, Hungarian photographer, author and founder of Disappearing Cultures Foundation began building up a visual document about various native cultures in the year of 2002. In his previous works he offers us glimpses of the life of Nilo-Hamite cultures of East Africa and also cultures from the Swahili coast region. In 2003 Attila Lóránt published the book: East Africa more then a safari. His other project about Indian cultures in South America started 2003 and as the result National Geographic has published a 312 pages book titled: Indiánok az Amazonas mentén és az Andokban. Attila studied Fine Arts at Ecole de l’art in Paris and graphical design in Budapest. Besides making books and writing articles he is the Art director of Post Edison Computer Graphics and he also directs TV-commercials.
Your donation to Disappearing Cultures Foundation will help us to continue our work to make a visual document about traditional cultures near extinction around the world. Donations can be made to account nr: 10700024-27445600-51100005 CIB Bank