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Anna FABRICIUS

1980, Budapest - Hungary
Lives and works in Budapest
Represented by TOBE Gallery since 2021
  • Anna Fabricius is a photographer and video artist who completed her PhD studies at The Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Buapest (2011). She exhibited her work across Europe in collaboration with various renowned curators such as Jovana Stokič, Roman Babjak and Walter Seidl, as well as well-known festivals and fairs such as PhotoEspana, ParisPhoto, Art Paris and Lodz Photo Festival. Her work was shown in the Museum for Contemporary Art Rijeka and in Kunsthalle Budapest. It was featured in various publications such as The Good Life, BeauxArt Magazine, Fotografisk Tidskrift 6, ParisBerlin, IMAGO and VISION. She lives and works in Budapest. In her artistic practice, she predominantly explores the concept of a “group” or a “community”, their construction, how they form and the role of an individual within it.

     

    IG Anna Fabricius

Academic studies

2015 Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME), Budapest / photography DLA

2008-2011 Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME), Budapest / DLA scholarship

2003 Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow / scholarship

2000-2005 University of Applied Arts (now MOME), Budapest / photography BA

 

Academic activity

2020 Metropolitan University, Budapest / External lecturer, photo department

2010 Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME), Budapest / External lecturer, photo department

 

Solo and duo exhibitions

2018

– The Hero, the Loser and The One With Three Lives – Jurányi Ház / Budapest

– Mandarin Woman – Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center / Budapest

2017

– Cselgáncs | joint show with János Lackfi writer – Petőfi Museum of Literature / Budapest

– Desired Reveals the Planned – EIKON Schaufenster – Museums Quartier / Vienna

– Immaterial | joint show with Janek Tomza – Platán Gallery – Polish Institute /Budapest

2016

– Forgotten Footnotes about Non-existent Factories – Wschodnia Galerie / Łódź

– Subject, Predicate, Non-subordinate Names – Faur Zsófi Gallery / Budapest

2013

– Public Time – Faur Zsófi Gallery / Budapest

– Unpredictable Events of the Future – Photon Gallery / Ljubljana
2012

– Unpredictable Events of the Future – Faur Zsófi Gallery / Budapest

2011

– Menotrentuno III. / Ghilarza, Sardinia
- Hungarian Standard / Falkenstein Smitt’n

2010

– Cavalrymen and Equestrienes – Photomonth2010 / Bratislava

2009

– „A“ Group – Ráday Gallery / Budapest

2007

– Hungarian Standard – FOTOFESTIWAL International Photo Festival / Łódź

 

Selected group exhibitions

2020

– 30-Experimental Art Education Project – MODEM / Debrecen
2019

– The Way We See It – self-objection – Ybl Budai Kreatív Ház / Budapest
– Ukiyo-e – Duna Museum / Esztergom
2018

– Group Show – Taipei Artist Village / Taipei
– Future Skills – Austrian Cultural Institute / Budapest
2017

– Economize! – Ludwig Museum / Budapest
– Leopold Bloom Award – shortlisted – Budapest Gallery / Budapest
2016

– Texte in Fotografischen Bildern – Fotoforum / Innsbruck
2015

– Socially Acceptable – InCubeArt Gallery / New York
– Motherhood – Visual Cultural Research Center / Kiev
2014

– Lockout – Visual Cultural Research Center / Kiev
– Backlight Photofestival / Tampere
2013

– Leopold Bloom Award – finalist – Ludwig Museum / Budapest
– STILL-Photography in the museum – MODEM / Debrecen
– Contemporary Hungarian Photography after the years 2000 – Hungarian National
Gallery / Budapest
2012

– What is Hungarian? – Kunsthalle / Budapest
– XY Generation – Ludwig Museum / Budapest
2011

– Out of Left Field – Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art / Rijeka
2010

– Modernización – Festival Europe / Barcelona
– Modernización – PHotoespana Openphoto / Cuenca
– Live Sync – Museum of Contemporary Art / Shanghai
2009

– EUROPE: In between document and fiction / Bucarest
2008

– BACKLIGHT’08 – Galerie FLUSS / Wolkersdorf
– Stalking Utopia – Institute of Contemporary Art / Dunaújváros
– Men at Work – Dom Fotografie / Liptovsky Mikulas
– Zeitgenössische Fotokunst aus Ungarn – Neuer Berliner Kunstverein / Berlin
2007

– Imaginary Paradise – IMPEX / Budapest
– Lodz Photosensitive Space – Lodz Art Center / Łódź
– Contemporary Fineartist from Hungary – Art Center / Moscow
2006

– Privat matter? – Kunsthalle / Budapest
– I Image / Bratislava
2005

– Fieldworks – Írokéz Gallery / Szombathely
2004

– Dokumentum6 – Month of Photography – Hungarian House of Photography /Budapest

 

Presence in Art Fairs

2013

– Scope Art Fair – Faur Zsófi Gallery / New York

2010

– Paris Photo – State section – Faur Zsófi Gallery / Paris

 

Awards, scholarships, residencies

2021

– Ostrale21 – A.I.R. program / Dresden

2018

– A.I.R. program – Taipei Artist Village / Taipei

2017

– Leopold Bloom Award – finalist / Budapest

– Derkovits Gyula Fineart Scholarship / Budapest

2016

– A.I.R. program – Wschodnia Gallery / Łódź

2015

– A.I.R. program – Residency Unlimited/ACAX / New York

– Derkovits Gyula Fineart Scholarship / Budapest

2014

– Plat(t)form 2014 – Fotomuseum / Winterthur

2013

– Leopold Bloom Award – finalist / Budapest
- Member of the Association of Hungarian Photographers

2012

– MQ21 A.I.R. programme / Vienna

2011

– A.I.R. program – GuestRoomMaribor / Maribor

2009-2008

– Art-Universitas Programme with Gyenis Tibor – www.camra.hu

2007

– Lodz Photosensitive Space – residence programme – invited artist / Łódź

– Thessaloniki International Photobiennale Awards – finalist / Thessaloniki

– A.I.R. program – Budapest Gallery / Budapest | Gallery Gjutars / Helsinki

– Pécsi József Photography scholarship / Budapest

2006

– Sittcomm Award – finalist

2005

– Pécsi József Photography scholarship / Budapest

 

Works in collections

Ludwig Museum – Contemporaryphotography Collection / Budapest
Jozef T. Baio – private Collection / New York
Miskolci Galéria – Collection / Miskolc
Kogart – Collection / Budapest
Béla Horváth – private Collection / Budapest

 

Selected PRESS

2014

– Interview with Anna Fabricius, Brigitta Muladi / Artportal

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