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Szerző/Author: Eperjesi Ágnes (Budapest Metropolitan University)
E-mail: eperjesi@c3.hu
Rövid életrajz/Bio: Ágnes Eperjesi, visual artist, Associate Professor at the Visual Communication Department at the Budapest Metropolitan University. She received her DLA at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2010. She taught there at the Intermedia Department between 2011–2021. Eperjesi initiated her artistic career with a solo show in 1989 and is exhibiting regularly since then, both in Hungary and in the international art scene, with 44 solo shows in the last 30 years. She had individual exhibitions in New York, Houston, Philadelphia, and in European cities such as Amsterdam and Frankfurt, among others. She participated in group exhibitions hosted by major Hungarian institutions and international venues such as Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne; Centrum Sztuki Wspólczesnej, Warsaw; China Millenium Museum, Beijing; MUMOK, Vienna; the Warsaw National Museum. Her works are featured in several public and private collections at home and internationally. She also collaborated on several artistic projects with others.
How to cite: Theatron Vol. 15, No. 4. (2021): 20–29.
Cím/Title (ENG): The Photogram as a Medium of Art and Education

The focus of this paper is the position of photogram in the avantgarde tradition. I explore the subtle changes in the conception of the photogram as a medium in the course of the avantgarde, neo-avantgarde and post-avantgarde using a lineage of Hungarian artists. For all three phases the photogram is more than just a tool to carry out an artistic program; it stands for an approach to educational methodology as well.