Costică Acsinte (stage-name of Constantin Axinte, born on 4th of July 1897, Perieți, Ialomița county — deceased on 7th of January 1984, Slobozia) was a romanian war photographer active in World War I and after.
— From Wikipedia article „Costică Acsinte“.
This is the official website of Costică Acsinte Archive project who’s main objective is the digitization and long term storage of Costică Acsinte’s photographic work: around 5.000 glass plates negative, a much smaller number of film negative and an unknown number of phorographic prints. The gross of the archive is in the custody of Ialomița County Museum.
My name is Cezar Popescu and i run the project by myself.
This website exists because of these people.
Andrei is a chemist, first class philatelist and a passionate photographer. He is also a very good friend of mine.
Several friends send us prints made by Acsinte, from their personal collection.
If you have such a prints, please do contact us, we would be more than happy to add them to Costică Acsinte Archive.
Clementina contributed to the archive 15 prints from her family album. Mulțumesc mult, Cleme!
Occasional scribbler, researcher of dreams and semiotics amateur, often imagines a world of straightforward happiness. Has helped with translations, editing and proofreading.
Mirela Dacici provided free of charge prints that were given away at „Martor la mai multe sfârșituri de lume. Colecția Costică Acsinte, sursă pentru o istorie socială a secolului al XX-lea“ talk, organized on March 31st, 2014 by Facultatea de Istorie București and Asociația Română de Istorie Socială.