ANNA

TIHANYI

From: Budapest, HU

Based in: Budapest, HU

Born: 1979

Main Artistic Theme: Femininity, Self Identity

Web: www.begumchat.com

An award winning fine art photographer, Anna received numerous awards, including the Lucie Award Scholarship by the American Photographic Artists and the Lucie Foundation in 2014. She stages scenes to tell stories, while exploring her own female self, and femininity in general terms.

She has been featured in several
solo and group exhibitions worldwide.

Couple in Bed
The Boy
Still Life
In Vain
Giant
Expecting
crystal-night
In Search for Truth
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ABOUT THE ARTIST

Anna Tihanyi received her MA from communication at the JATE University with the thesis themed in photography “Stills in Motion” Enrolled to Fotografus photography school where she majored in experimental photography. Twice received a grant from the Ministry of Education and Culture of Hungary and became a member of the Studio of Young Hungarian Art Photographers (FFS).

Shortly after her work got selected as a permanent installation for the Youth Olympic Village in Innsbruck, Austria, and won the NARS residency in New York, following by the E.On Creative Award Residency in Berlin.

 

She has been selected to participate and exhibit the series at NordArt International Art Exhibition in Germany, and been nominated for submitting the same series to the prestigious Prix Pictet Award.

Balassi Institue

Solo Show: Berlin bhf

European Lirature

New York, NY

Dumbo Art Center

Group Show: A Thin Line Between Love and Hate

United Photo Industries

Brooklyn, NY

Selected Exhibitions

ANNA TIHANYI'S NEW PROJECT - A WOMAN'S CHAMBER

NEW PROJECT - "A WOMAN'S CHAMBER"

“A woman’s chamber” talks about the female
psyche, roles and identity issues, inner games and outer masks, and the change that
is necessary for us in order to grow.

With this series Anna is making an attempt to put down these grown out personalities and  liberate the others by talking about current, relevant and common feminine situations and
characters founded on her own fears and disappointments. Visualizing transmission she uses death as a symbol, and the acts of assassination show the courage to face our own obstacles in order to reach the creator that exist within each of us.