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Szabolcs SÜLI-ZAKAR
1976, Debrecen (Hungary)

Project-oriented artist, interested in the social and political aspects of urban space
and society of the boundaries of science and art.

Qualifications, Memberships:

2014 Dla, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Doctorate School
  supervisor: Miklós Peternák CSc
2007-2009 University of Pécs, Hungary, DLA (Doctor of Liberal Arts) program,
        supervisor: Ernő Tolvaly
2005 University of Pécs, Hungary, visual education teacher, (MA)
2000 University of Szeged, geography - Szeged, Hungary, (MSc)
2000 Gyula Juhász Teacher's college, Szeged, Hungary, (BA)
2012- senior member of Studio of Young Artists Association
2008-2012 member of Studio of Young Artists Association
2004 member of the Association of Hungarian Creative Artists

Prizes, Scholarships:

2015 Hungarian Academy of Rome, Italy, Scholarship
2014 National Cultural Fund of Hungary, Scholarship
2010-2012, 2013 “Gyula Derkovits” National Art Award
2010 AIR, Space Gallery, Bratislava
2009 National Cultural Fund of Hungary, Scholarship
2004 “Young Art” in Europe Award, Grand Prize, Paderborn, Germany

Selected Solo Exhibitions:

2012 Critical aspects of social co-existence, Stúdió Lajos Vajda, Szentendre,with
        Éva Ludman
2011 Autodafe, Small Synagogue Contemporary Gallery, Eger Hungary - with Attila
        Szabó
2009 Breath, Public sound- and video installation, MODEM, Debrecen - with Sándor
        Imreh
        Monument & Denatural, Lajos Vajda Studio, Szentendre - with Attila Szabó
        Horizon, Medgyessy Museum and Contemporary Gallery, Debrecen
2008 Horizon, Magyar Műhely Galéria, Budapest, curator: Erika Baglyas

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2015 Re-planning, Selection from the Antal-Lusztig Collection, MODEM, Debrecen,
        Hungary, curator: Katalin T. Nagy
        Align, originals from fakes, Gallery of Szolnok, curator: Katalin T. Nagy
2014 Balance, MODEM, Debrecen, Hungary, curator: Zsófia Farkas
        VAD, Institute of Art, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2013 Lonely landscape, Déri Museum, Debrecen, curator: Lilla Szoboszlai
        Recalculating, Triangle Gallery, Chealsea, London
        Derkovits NOW, Kunsthalle, Budapest, curator: József Készman
2012 Good Sign - Gallery by Night, Studio of Young Artists Association, Budapest,
        curator: Balázs Beöthy, Luca Ménesi
        Anatomy of Integration, Sculpture Quadrennial Riga, curators: Aigars Bikše,
        Inese Baranovska, Ivars Drulle
        Crazycurators Biennale IIII. SPACE Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia, curators:
        Juraj Čarný, Stano Masár, Diana Majdáková, Katarína Slaninová
2011 Csepel Works, Hungarian University of Fine Arts and the University of the Arts
        London CCW, Labor, Budapest
        Space Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia, curators: Juraj Čarný, Katarína Slaninová
       Young Contemporary Statements II., Zsolnay Manufactory, Pécs, curator:
        Sári Stenczer
2010 Visible & Invisible, Artmill, Szentendre, curator: Máté Csató
        "Qui Vive?" 2nd Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Russia,
         curator: Daria Pyrkina
        12th Nord Art, Büdelsdorf, Germany, curator:  Wolfgang Gramm
2009 1st Danubiana Biennale, Damubiana Meulensteen Art Museum, Slovakia
        1+1+1+14, Medgyessy Museum and Contemporary Gallery, Debrecen
        Blocked Disbursement, acb Gallery, Budapest, curator: Anna Lénárd
        Young Contemporary Statements, Zsolnay Manufactory, Pécs, curator:
        Sári Stenczer
2008 Street '08, "Club Gödör", Budapest, curator: Anna Lénárd, Attila Szabó
        Space-collage, Performance and Industrial Music Festival, Artmill, Szentendre,
        Transmit and transparent, 13th International Biennial Print Exhibition, ROC,  
        Taiwan, curators: Pao-Hsia Hsueh, Ling-Hui Hung, Yu-Chin Huang
        Under the Bridge festival, Münich, Germany, curator: Dia Bódics
        Partition_, MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts, Debrecen,
        curator: Eike, Attila Szabó
        Optional, Studio of Young Artists Association, Budapest
2007 Prix Ars Electronica 2007 (CyberArts 2007), Linz, Austria,
        Athens Video Art Festival 07, Athens, Greece, curator: Hlias  
        Chatzichristodoulou
2006 Pouffee (public intervention) at the official opening of the MODEM
2005 International Graphic Biennial, Novosibirsk State Art Museum, Russia,  
        curators: Vladimir Nazanckij, Andrej Martinov

Residencies and Curatorial Programs:

2013- Less is More, European Interdisciplinary Program, MODEM Centre for Modern
         and Contemporary Arts (co-curator)
2010-2012 Et-Lettera, European Cultural Project and Et-Lettera exhibition, Déri  
        Museum, Debrecen (co-curator)
2010 AIR Space Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia, three-month-residency, (resident)
        curators: Juraj Čarný, Katarína Slaninová
2007-2010 Animaliter (Et-lettera) European Illustration Project, (co-curator)
2008, 2009, 2011 Workshop in Krapanj, Croatia, (resident), curator: Tibor Gyenis
2007 Intermodem, MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts, Debrecen,  
        (resident) curator: Eike, Attila Szabó
2006-2009 Debrecen International Colony of Artists, artistic director (DNM)
1997-2002 Art-East Studio International Workshop for Artists, Kéked, Hungary
        (co-organizer)

Presentations, Conference:

2013 Recalculating, University of the Arts London CCW, London
2010 - 2013 Milbank-Csepel project, Doctoral School of the Hungrarian University of
        Fine Arts, Budapest and University of the Arts London CCW, Budapest -
        London
2012 Et-Lettera, European Cultural Project and conference, Déri Museum, Debrecen
2011 International Network for Trans-disciplinary (post-doctoral) Research, Budapest
        Horison, RES Artis Conference, MODEM Centre for Modern and
        Contemporary Arts, Debrecen
2009 Transcultural Exchange Conference and Mentoring session, Boston, MA, USA
2007 Transcultural Exchange Conference and Mentoring session, Boston, MA, USA

Works in Public Collections:

Antal-Lusztig Collection
MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts, Debrecen
Novosibirsk State Art Museum, Russia
National Fine Arts Museum of Taiwan, Republic of China (Taiwan)
Fine Art of Baia Mare, Romania