At only 18 years of age, the Hungarian artist Márton Mogyorósy photographed the aerial landscape of Barcelona, a coastal city that has maintained an intimate relationship with the sea for centuries, its reliefs and streets seen from the sky. Far from focusing on tourist attractions, the photographer focuses first on the geometric patterns that urbanization has drawn on the ground. His method? He locates the places he is interested in on Google View, then photographs them using a drone. This gives these geometric clichés, which sometimes we no longer know if it is really the coastal and festive city we know, or a cubic kingdom of another age. His first exhibition will be held in Budapest in May 2019.