The exhibition of Iskander Bahget seemingly reveals different worlds which, however, differ only in geographical terms while the human and spiritual dimensions show spaces with identical magnetic force. These spaces are merged into the artist’s perception of the world , and this is his real world which he manages to convey to us vividly in the form of experience by means of photographic art . He uses concise titles for his photographs , indicating the year of taking them : Masks (1974 ) Reaper (1974) , Children’s Portrait (1981) , Link (2009) , Well with a Reel (1975), Fatima (1981) Together (1975) , Winter Landscape (2002) , Stone Desert (1981) Maalula (2008) , Times ( 2010) , the Library of Alexandria (2010 ) Motherhood (2007 ) Buda Ferenc , Ferenc Juhász (2007) , Gyorgy Faludi (2000). Behind the simple titles emerge not only “ an expressive photogenic face „, an extremely beautiful landscape or an interesting object; they emit philosophical spiritual message. For Iskander Bahget, photographic art is not just the art of capturing the moment – it is the art of expressing thought. His photographs are masterfully crafted works accomplished in terms of aesthetics and technology, sized 70×100 cm, delivering utmost pleasure to the lovers and admirers of photographic art . That is why it is worth visiting the exhibition of Iskander Bahget.