Zsuzsa Darab
Photographer

Born in Miskolc in 1989, Zsuzsa Darab graduated from the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest (MOME), in photography BA. In 2012, she obtained a scholarship to study painting and fine art in Denmark. Since 2013, she has been attending to Photography MA at MOME. In 2014, she studied at Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture in Finland under the ERASMUS programme. Recently, she graduated from MOME, in photography MA. At the moment, she is studying in design and visual art teacher MA programme at MOME, Budapest.

She has been a member of the Hungarian Assocation Of Young Art Photographers since 2011 and the RANDOM – Association Of Contemporary Photographers since 2013.

Her works are usually personal, conceptual, staged and also experimental. She has already exhibited severel times in Budapest and abroad as well, e.g. Luxembourg, Vienna, Helsinki, Moravská Trebová, Istanbul and Greenville. In 2013, she participated in the Present Continuous art project at the Mai Manó House, which is an ongoing art programme launched 7 years ago.

As a part of her professional work, she ran several workshops in the DEMO children programme, and she also was a guest teacher in Denmark.

Zsuzsa Darab
Photographer

Born in Miskolc in 1989, Zsuzsa Darab graduated from the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest (MOME), in photography BA. In 2012, she obtained a scholarship to study painting and fine art in Denmark. Since 2013, she has been attending to Photography MA at MOME. In 2014, she studied at Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture in Finland under the ERASMUS programme. Recently, she graduated from MOME, in photography MA. At the moment, she is studying in design and visual art teacher MA programme at MOME, Budapest.

She has been a member of the Hungarian Assocation Of Young Art Photographers since 2011 and the RANDOM – Association Of Contemporary Photographers since 2013.

Her works are usually personal, conceptual, staged and also experimental. She has already exhibited severel times in Budapest and abroad as well, e.g. Luxembourg, Vienna, Helsinki, Moravská Trebová, Istanbul and Greenville. In 2013, she participated in the Present Continuous art project at the Mai Manó House, which is an ongoing art programme launched 7 years ago.

As a part of her professional work, she ran several workshops in the DEMO children programme, and she also was a guest teacher in Denmark.

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