We are pleased to announce we will be showing, Simulacrum, 2018, by M. Judit Horváth, during our international group exhibition at the Light House Media Centre 6-30 January 2020.
M. Judit Horváth, Hungary, Simulacrum, 6, 4, 3, 5, 2 and 16, 2018
Six digital C-type prints on Kodak Endura paper
prints 25.4×38.1cm (10×15 inches), frames 38.1×50.8cm (15×20 inches)£260.00 each
Member of the Association of Hungarian Press Photographers (Magyar Újságírók Szövetsége) and the Association of Hungarian Photo Artists (Magyar Fotóművészek Szövetsége), free-lance photographer. Horváth’s photographs are held at the Hungarian Museum of Photography, the Historical Photographic Archives of the Hungarian National Museum, and the Körmendi-Csák Collection of 20th Century Hungarian Photography.
1969-81 paediatric nurse. 1985 began to photograph professionally. 1990-95 photo editor and photojournalist for Roma magazine, Amaro Drom (Our Path), and three years; editor-in-chief. For the next ten years Horváth and husband György Stalter photographed the life of the Roma in Hungary, culminating in Más Világ (Another World), published 1998. In 2002, they established the Kópia Fotógaléria (Copy Photo Gallery).
Horváth’s 2010 exhibition at Mai Manó, ‘Csalóka Látszat’, (Deceptive Appearances) presented a new dimension in approach on the variegated palette of existence-past-femininity-memory-desire. Between 1998 and 2012, Horváth had six solo shows and took part in twelve group exhibitions, from New York to Sárvár, including Privát Képek (Private Images), in collaboration with Ildi Herman). Simulacrum, her recent photo album, is a collection taken over ten years. This album, albeit significantly different from her previous documentary photographs, still bears numerous similarities.
Simulacrum, 6, 4, 3, 5, 2 and 16, 2018, copyright M. Judit Horváth. All rights reserved.
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