Born in 1973, in Hungary
Eszter Lázár graduated in Art History (MA) and Cultural Anthropology (MA) at the ELTE University in Budapest.
She is a curator and member of the exhibition committee at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts and at the kArton Gallery & Museum in Budapest, and a board member of Labor, a joint initiative of C3 Centre for Culture & Communication Foundation, Studio of Young Artists Association (FKSE) and Hungarian University of Fine Arts established in 2007.
She received Ernő Kállai art critic scholarship between 1999-2001. Curated several group and solo exhibitions include Reading in Absence at Trafo Gallery Budapest (2005), Intimations of the Past in 2006 (Mario Rizzi (I), Anna Konik (Pl), Anri Sala (AI/F), Adrian Paci (AI/I), Chantal Akerman (B), Luca Gőbölyös (H), Pál Gerber (H), Tibor Gyenis (H) and Models for a Fictional Academy (Clémentine Deliss (UK),Fundacja 36,6 (PL), Christian Jankowski (D), Arturas Raila (LIT), Copenhagen Free University (DK), Michal Moravcik (SK), Ádám Lendvai (H), Beata Veszely (H), Mischa Kuball (D) and the students from the ZKM). In 2007 she curated Satellite Tunes – Art from the Post Soviet States at the Barcsay Hall in the Hungarian University of Fine Arts and Visibility Works exhibition and workshop series in the framework of Lowfest (Flemish – Dutch Festival) related to art education.
Her writings have been published in: Balkon, exindex, Műértő, Magyar Lettre Internationale, and in a number of art catalogues. She is a PhD candidate in the Programme of Culture Science in Pécs, Hungary.
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