Zsolt Hlinka is a photographer fascinated by the geometrical shapes that can be found in urban landscapes. In this series named “Corner Symmetry”, he explores Budapest’s architecture and positions himself at the corner of the buildings to reflect the elegance of the Hungarian capital. But more thant celebrating his hometown through his photographs; he cleverly distils a touch of onirism in his work by showing the public perfectly symmetrical buildings and inviting the spectator to escape, thanks to the surreal atmosphere he gives to the sky of the metropolis.