member since: 2018
Anett Hamori is a contemporary painter from Hungary. She was born in Miskolc, a city in northeastern Hungary, and currently lives and works in Budapest. She graduated from University of Pécs (Faculty of music and visual arts, DLA) in 2013 and Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2010. Anett's portfolio includes around 50 solo and group exhibitions in different countries, including Italy, Denmark, France, Austria, South Korea, Spain, etc. Her works can be found in private collections in Hungary, Austria and France. The primal subject of Anett's observation is human being and the interpersonal relationships and communication. She is interested in how people live, feel, move, the way they change and above all their impressions. It is a kind of emotional and personal interaction that inspires her in the artistic practice. Stories and events are in the focus as the visual transformation of everydayness. Anett believes that aquarelle is the most adequate medium for the representaion of current issues. The internet and other medias, such as newspaper articles and press photos are the basic sourcees of her selection. She chooses interesting images, arranges them in a specific order and paints them in the end of this process, therefore it turns into a formally and contextually meaningful story. Lately, Anett's interests fully turned to the disasters sourrounding us every day. Following current events, she mixes them with her inner impulses, pushing the viewer to face the truth and think about what is going on in our universe.
2013 - University of Pécs, Faculty of music and visual arts, DLA 2006 - 2010 Hungarian University of Fine Arts - Teacher Department 2009 spring semester: École Nationale Supérieure dArt, Nice - France-Painter Department 2005- 2010 Hungarian University of Fine Arts - Painter Department 2003-2005 Academy of Károly Eszterházy - Eger (drawing - visual communication department)
Solo Exhibitions 2015 Entrapped, Faur Zsófi Gallery, Budapest, H 2013 Politically Correct, Faur Zsófi Gallery, Budapest, H Child Soldiers, Óbudai Társaskör Gallery, Budapest, H 2011 ON THE THRESHOLD, Jiri Svestka Gallery, Berlin, GR 2008 Duality. CDFŰ Culture cellar and Gallery, Budapest, H Selected Group Exhibitions 2014 "Free-hand" Exhibition, MODEM, Debrecen, H Artshow Busan 2014, Faur Zsófi Gallery, Busan, South Korea 2013 ART SWAB Barcelona, Faur Zsófi Gallery, Barlelona ART COPENHAGEN, Faur Zsófi Gallery, Copenhagen DLA Intro, Re:public Gallery, Zsolnay Cultural Quarter, Pécs, H 2012 The day of the Painting, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, H Giornata del Contemporaneo Associazione. Dei Musei Darte Contemporaneo Italiani, Rome, IT Re-painted Reality, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, HU Contemporaries, Rippl Rónai Hall, Kaposvár, HU VIG Special Invitation, Wien, A "Events, relics, reflections", Accademia dUngheria in Roma, IT God bless you!, Faur Zsófi Gallery, Budapest, H ART PARIS, Faur Zsófi Contemporary Gallery, Grand Palais, Paris, FR Animalicious, Faur Zsófi Contemporary Gallery, Budapest, HU 2011 Paperwork, Faur Zsófi Contemporary Gallery, Budapest, HU Esterházy Art Award, Museum of Fine arts, Budapest, HU ESSL ART AWARD CEE 2011, Winners Exhibition, Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg/Wien, A ESSL Art Award Nominees 2011, Centrális Gallery/OSA, Budapest, HU Artist Residency Exhibition of Street of Elnök, Budapest, HU Paper Panoram, Judit Virág Gallery, Budapest, HU 2010 The Day of Hungarian Culture, City Gallery, Nyíregyháza, HU Skype exhibition with Peter Gazdik, Kálvária, Epreskert, Budapest, HU IMDK winners, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, HU Amadeus Art Award, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, HU Degree 2010, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, HU Fresh 2010, Kogart House, Budapest, HU Giornata del Contemporaneo Associazione. Dei Musei D'arte Contemporaneo Italiani, Rome, IT 2009 Amadeus Art Award, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, HU Painters drawings, The Day of Hungarian Painting- Fonó, Musée Sinkovics, Budapest, HU Textus-Kontextus-Indian Exhibition with Chintan Upadhyay, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, HU 2008 Amadeus Art Award, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, HU New Body, The Day of Hungarian Painting, Kopaszi-gát - Budapest, HU Jiking- Gábor Karátson and his followers, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, HU 2007 Amadeus Art Award, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, HU Baudelaire: Les Fleurs du mal, Literary Museum of Petőfi, Budapest, HU Master and Followers, Gallery of Társaskör Wekerle, Budapest, HU XVI. Faces and Fate Nationwide Portrait Biennale, Gallery of Győző Moldvay,Hatvan, HU 2006 Budapest Art Expo, Szentendre, HU Trafo Club, Gödöllő, HU
Rita Somosi: Paper soldiers ready to fight. Anett Hamoris Child Soldiers serie in Óbudai Társaskör Gallery. Új Művészet, 2013/ Február Mihály Surányi: Dont commiseration! Aquarell serie for intermission and some tone- Anett Hamoris Child Soldiers exhibition, Artportal 2013 ARTFOLIO 2012-Hungarian artists in International Contemporary Art Fairs, (Anett Hamori: Art Paris 2012, Paris) HUNGARIAN FLASH ART: Jánosi-Halász Rita: Secrets from the realm of the aquarell 2012/1. nr 4., 46.page. VOGUE Italia: MARIA GARZIA MEDA: GUILLAUME PIENS: Art Paris 2012, 2012/3 Good Life Magazine, page 264-265 Paris 2012, Fr Flash Art Hungary, Animalicious, Faur Zsófi Contemporary Gallery, Budapest 2012/1 ESSL ART AWARD 2011, page 98-105. Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg/Wien, A JÓZSEF GAÁL: Artist Residency Exhibition of Street of Elnök, Budapest, Élet és Irodalom, 2011/4 BIANCA IVÁNYI: PPP Popular Panoramic Paper. Új Művészet, 2011/5., page 33 KOZÁK CSABA: Páratlan diadalmenet, Panoramic Paper, Szalon, 2011/3., page 59 BLACK & DECKER: Moving, Panoramic Paper. Balkon, 2011/4. drMÁRIÁS: Paper Gods, Élet és Irodalom, 2011/3 ENDRE LEHEL PAKSI: Movement of a generation HUFA Painter Diploma. Új Művészet, 2010/9. NOÉMI FORIÁN SZABÓ: Diploma Catalogue 2010, HUFA, 2010, page18-19. BORBÁLA MAUL, ZSÓFIA KUCSERA, KATALIN NAGY: The modernism in the world literature /book, Educatio Ltd., Budapest, 2008, page 10-11.