Tímea Fábry
programme manager
Media Institute
Photography BA
programme manager

Tímea is the department manager of the Photography BA programme at MOME. She herself is an alumnus, having graduated from the graphic design MA programme in 2000.

Fields of research
line drawing


Born in Ajka in 1977,
Tímea comes from a family of applied artists. She completed her studies in book design at the Secondary School and College of Visual and Applied Arts in Budapest, and obtained her MA in 2000 at the graphic art programme of the Hungarian University of Applied Arts. Her mentors: József Baska, painter; Gyula Molnár and György Pálfi, graphic artists In 1995, she was awarded the Lajos Lengyel Award for her book objects, and was invited to the book object exhibition of the Hungarian Institute of Berlin. in 2004, she won first place at Comicart Greece in the illustration category. She also won the EVGE Greek Graphical Prizes Packaging Design of the Year award. In 2000, she received a scholarship from the Hungarian Academy in Rome. Between 2001 and 2012, she lived and worked as a graphic artist in Greece, working primarily on medical graphics. She returned to Hungary in 2012. Tímea’s posters were featured in the judged selection of the 2017 Békéscsaba Graphic Biennale and at the 2018 National Graphic Biennale and her installations were shortlisted in 2014 and 2020 at the Venice Biennale Hungarian Pavilion competition. In 2021, her work was displayed at the Budapest Illustration Biennale. She works primarily as a graphic artist, but she also enjoys book objects and sculpting projects. In 2021, she produced her first bronze public art project, the Wallenberg-Nákó monument at the Buda Castle. She is currently a faculty member at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Media 

1998-1999 Athens School of Fine Arts
1999 Kolozsvár Academy of Fine Arts
2000 Accademia di Belle Arti, Rome
2002 Museum of Modern Arts, Brussels
2003 Munch Museum Oslo
2004 IVAM Institut of Modern Arts, Valencia
2005 Frans Masereel Center of Graphic Art, Kasterlee, Belgium

Select solo exhibitions:
2004 Villa Stella, Athens
2005 Frans Masereel Center of Graphic Art, Kasterlee, Belgium

Select group exhibitions:
1993 Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, Workshop Corner
1996 Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, MŰ-KÉP
1998 Hungarian Institute, Berlin. About the Book; Book Objects
1999 University of Applied Arts, Budapest, Scholarship Recipients
2000 Tölgyfa Gallery, Budapest Diploma 2000
2001 Accademia di Ungheria. Rome
2002 Nautical week, Rafna. Pictures about the Sea
2002 T.E.I Athens, University Library, Postcards from Athens
2004. comicart.gr – caricature exhibition
2004 Intrika Art Café (Drawings from Norway), Exarchia, Athens
2006. 7th Egyptian International Print Triennaele, Giza, Egypt
2006 Pulsar, Syntagma. International Art Exhibition
2007. 4th International Art Festival, Chania, Crete
2008 Embassy of Cyprus. Young Printmakers. Athens
2008 Ex-Libris Triennale, Lefkada
2008 Technopolis Printing Biennale, Athens
2008 Technopolis Modern Art Festival, Athens
2009 Ash in Art Exhibitions Tour. Piraeus, Patmos, Ithaca, Athens
2009 A Tassos Gallery. Young Printmakers. Lefkosia, Cyprus
2009 Drawings about the Sea. Omorfos Cosmos Editions. Rethimno, Crete
2009 Thessaloniki Biennale, Thessaloniki
2009 Ex-Libris. Artower Agora, Athens
2010 The Human Body in Modern Greek Art. Technopolis Athens
2013 Exhibition of the Caricature Division, Stefánia Palace, Budapest
2015 Literature in Caricature, Sajtóház, Budapest
2016 Science and Portraits of Scientists, the exhibition space of the Óbuda University, Budapest
2017 Békéscsaba Graphics Biennale, Mihály Munkácsy Museum, Békéscsaba
2018. National Graphics Biennale, Klebelsberg Kultúrkúria, Budapest
2021 Budapest Illustration Biennale, MOME Budapest
2022 Day of Hungarian Painters, Székesfehérvár

In Hungarian public collections:
Hungarian Academy in Rome
Buda Castle, Úri utca 15. Nákó-Wallenberg monument

Professional works

Awards, recognition

Venice Biennale, 2014 and 2020.

Shortlisted, Hungarian Pavilion competition

Comicart Greece, 2004

1st place

Lajos Lengyel Award, 1995

Member of the European
Network of
Higher Education Institutions
9 Zugligeti St,
Budapest, 1121