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Júlia STANDOVÁR

1987, Budapest - Hungary
Lives and works in New York
Represented by TOBE Gallery since 2019
  • Júlia Standovár is a Hungarian artist based in New York. She gained her BA Photography degree at the Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design and her MFA Photo- Video and Related Media degree at the School of Visual Arts in New York. She received the József Pécsi Scholarship in 2018 and 2019. She took part in group shows at Ludwig Museum, Capa Center and TOBE Gallery in Budapest and at the MoMA PS1 Art Photo Book Fair, the Every Woman Biennale, and at the Knockdown Center in New York.

     

     

    IG Júlia Standovár

Academic studies

2015 – School of Visual Arts, New York / MFA Photography Video and Related Media
2013 – Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest / BA Fine Art Photography

 

Solo exhibitions

2021

– Over The Blue Nipple Hills — TOBE Gallery / Budapest (upcoming)
2016

– Hungry Hungarians, Solo Book Launch — Radiator Arts Gallery / New York
2013

– BP Grannies — Telep Galéria / Budapest
2011

– You Can Shoes — Lokál Galéria / Budapest

 

Selected Group exhibitions

2020

– Winter Show: The Nightmare Before Xmas — TOBE Gallery / Budapest

– Pécsi József Fellowship 2019 — Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center / Budapest
2019

– Every Woman Biennial — La MaMa Galleria / New York
– Pécsi József Fellowship 2018 — Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center / Budapest
2018

– THE DAYDREAMERS CLUB — THE LABx, curated by Jerome A. Cowell / New York
2017

– NASTY WOMEN — KNOCKDOWN Center Brooklyn / New York
– Re:Art Gallery – group show and fundraiser against gay gun violence / New York
– Visual AIDS: From the Edge — Metro Pictures / New York
2016

– Hungry Hungarians presented by Yiri Arts Foundation — Taipei Free Art Fair / Taipei
– MAMA photobooks exhibition — Omnivore Galéria / Budapest
– Macesz Exhibition — 2B Galéria / Budapest
– MoMA PS1 Art Book Fair — MOMA PS1 /New York
2015

– Thesis Show — SVA Chelsea Gallery / New York
2013

– Group Show — The Photocopy Club / Hong Kong
– MI ITT! — Art Bázis – FFS (Studio of Young Photographers) / Budapest.
2012

– XY Generation — Ludwig Museum / Budapest
– Cercle — Ratskeller / Luxembourg
2011

– Voyeur Group Exhibition – Luxembourg Photomeeting — Galerie Clairefonteine / Luxembourg

 

Awards and Scholarships

2018, 2019 – Pécsi József Fellowship.
2015

– The Paula Rhodes Memorial Award
– Thomas Reiss Memorial Award (SVA Alumni Society)
2014

– HIF in the US Scholarship from The Hungary Initiatives Foundation

2013

– Alice Beck-Odette Scholarship

 

Publications

2020

– A Kék Melleken Túl (Over The Blue Nipple Hills), published by BEDESTAN / Budapest
2015

– Hungry Hungarians, published by Llewelyn Projects / New York (edition of 100)

 

Selected PRESS

2021

– Lehetőséget biztosítani a párbeszédre és párbeszédet kezdeni nem ugyanaz, Szilágy Róza Tekla / Artmagazin

2020

– Anya beszélgessünk a cicikről! – könyvkritika, Barta Edit / PUNKT

– A kék melleken túl: ilyen, amikor anya és lánya őszintén beszélget a szexről, Botás Enikő / Marie Claire Magyarország

– A képek elrepítettek egy másik világba, Ayhan Gökhan / KULTURA.hu

2019

– Ejnye, kislányom, miért kell így szexelni!” – Anya és lánya közös könyve a szexről, Filákovity Radojka / WMN

2016

– These Hungarian grannies are more hipster than you, Liza Premiyak  / The Calvert Journal

 

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