Géza Szöllősi

1977

Budapest, Hungary

Géza Szöllősi at Art+Text Budapest:

Body, Fetish, Death

 

STUDIES

1999 – 2004 M.A. in Visual Communication Design, Moholy- Nagy University of Art, MOME, Budapest, Hungary,

2003 Academic Qualification – Department of Visual Communication University

for the Creative Arts, UCA, Maidstone, U.K.

1997 - 1999 , Photo-media, Fine Art, Graphics Design department

University of Pécs, Hungary, Art Department, Specialization in Fine Art, Painting, Photography and Video

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2014 "The Note Book" The Hungarian Film Festival of Los Angeles, US

2013 “The Note Book” NextArt Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

2012 “New Deities”, NextArt Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

2010 “First Blood” (with Miklós Zoltán Baji), RoHAM Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

2007 “Living Flesh”, Körzőgyár – Oktogon Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

2006 “Suzuka and her friends”, Menü Pont Gallery (Kunsthalle), Budapest, Hungary

2005 “One week exhibitions”, Kuplung Gallery (Lumen Art Association), Budapest, Hungary

VISUAL CONCEPTS

 

FILMS

 

Halottlátó, Bogdán Árpáf feature film (visual designer)

The Lederer Case, Szász János feature film (design and concept)

Disheveled, Gerő Marcell short film (set design)

Le grand cahier, Szász János feature film (design and visual concept)

Opium – Diary of a Madwoman, Szász János feature fim (design and concept) Csendélet hallal és más tragikus momentumokkal, Jánossy Natália short film (set design)

Taxidermia, Pálfi György feature film (design and concept)

PLAYS Tasnádi István: Kupidó (visual concept)

Eszenyi Enikő: Gyönyörben nincs középút (visual designer)

Böhm György: Bonny és Cliyde (visual designer and graphics)

Szász János: Hair, Oslo, Norvégia (video-animation design)

Szász János: Lear, Gyulai Várszínház (set design)

Horváth Csaba: A testek felszínének esetleges állapotairól (videoanimation design)

AWARDS

2006 Hungarian Film Week, Best set design Award in group for Taxidermia,

a feature movie by György Pálfi Digital Art Sponsorship, Vizuális Művek Egyesület, NKA,

National Cultural Institute

2005 Hungary Prize of MFT, National Graphics Biennial, XIV., Hungary Excellent Diploma prize, Department of Visual Communication, MOME, Hungary

2004 Digital Art Sponsorship, NKA, National Cultural Institute, Hungary

2003 , Erasmus Scholarship, United Kingdom

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