Andrea Éva Győri (1985) studied at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts and the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Stuttgart. In 2016 she was featured at MANIFESTA 11 in Zürich. Following her studies at the HONGIK University of Seoul, she was a resident student at Jan Van Eyck Academy in Maasthricht from 2015 until 2017; she is currently on a grant from the Mondriaan Fund. She lives in the Netherlands, her works have been exhibited at various venues, including the Haus der Kunst, Munich, the Vleeshal Center for Contemporary Art, Middelburg, Witte de With, Rotterdam (Kunstinstituut Melly), and Bonnefantenmuseum Maastricht. She was the recipient of the Esterházy Art Award in 2019.

The video presents Győri's first solo exhibition in acb Gallery.

Andrea Éva Győri: Space for dancing where no one sees it
acb Attachment, 11.13-12.11.2020



Our previous online shows:

I. Hands that make the world go round even in times of quarantine

II. Gymnastics

III. Imre Bak: Situation

IV. Redefinition

V. Short movie on the enamel works of Pécs Workshop