MOME Photography MA at the Art Market Budapest

Date: 2022.10.04
This year, the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design has launched its first English-language Photography MA programme, which is designed to train open-minded and highly autonomous artists who are able to respond sensitively and progressively to the challenges of the world.

The students of the Photography MA made their debut at the Art Market Budapest between 6 and 9 October 2022.  

The personal stories emerging from the artworks reflect on the situation drastically shaping our present and the complexity of identity and offer examples of the entwinement of family roots, transgenerational experiences and historical eras. The MOME Photography MA stall has been designed by media and theoretical studies students together. They also contributed the graphics material and texts appearing next to the photographs. In addition to the exhibited works, the portfolios of the Photography MA students will also be available for perusal to provide as comprehensive a picture of the programme as possible. 


Students featured at the fair: 
Anna Bányász, Berrien Elsa, Bianka Csenki, Laura Detre-Czirják, Idil Emiroglu, Lola Eördögh, Barnabás Gajda, Anna Gajewszky, Bálint Gutay, Daniella Grinberg, Zsófia Hevele, Ákos Karácsony, Patricia Koroknai, Gergely Kováts, Franciska Legát, Ornella Mari, Fanni Máli, Doro Novák, Iza Nagy, Lilla Sipos, Judit Spanyár, Tamara Süle, Noémi Szécsi, Laura Szekeres, Lilla Szepsi-Szűcs, Konrád Taródi-Nagy, Hunor Tóth, Richárd Tóth, Domonkos Varga  



Art Market Budapest, Bálna Budapest,  

H-1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 11-12. 

Stall AP205 



Thursday, 6 October: 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. 

Friday, 7 October: 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. 

Saturday, 8 October: 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. 

Sunday, 9 October: 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. 


Franciska Legát: Hellish Eden, 2021-22 

Daniella Grinberg: Red Spots, 2022 

Emília Lola Eördögh: My Good People, My God's People, 2021 

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