Balázs Deim

Balázs Deim (1987) represents a younger generation of Hungarian photographers. In his work, he focuses on the relationship between people, objects and the (urban) environment. He predominantly explores concepts such as absence, memory, control and truth in photography.

He graduated from BA Photography at the Kaspovár University in Hungary in 2013 and exhibited his work in several group and solo exhibitions, both in Hungary and abroad. Deim is also the first-place winner of the Different Worlds 2018 photography competition. In 2019 he exhibited his series Space in Budapest (B32 Gallery), Rovinj (Rovinj Photodays), Ljubljana (Balassi Institute), Rome (Szentendre’s Exhibition, Via dei Cappellari) and in Berlin with Imre Drégely (Collegium Hungaricum Berlin). He currently lives and works in Budapest.


Recent solo exhibitions (selected):

2019: Space, P’art Mozi Galéria, Szentendre, Hungary.
2019: Space, Community of Italians of the city of Rovigno, Rovinj, Croatia,
2019: Space, Balassi Institut, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
2019: Galaxien unseres Alltags, CHB, Berlin, (with Imre Drégely), Germany.
2018: Space, B32 Galéria és Kultúrtér, Budapest, Hungary.
2018: Astronaut – sikátorinstalláció, Vajda Lajos Stúdió melletti sikátor, Szentendre, Hungary.
2018: Surveillance system, Rhy Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland.


Recent group exhibitions (selected):

2019: Távlatok / Kortárs magyar tájkép, Kiscelli Múzeum, Budapest, Hungary.
2019: ZiggY Art Fair, Pintér Galéria és Aukciósház, Budapest, Hungary.
2019: Szentendrei Szabadtéri Tárlat, Via dei Cappellari, Róma, Italy.
2019: Different Worlds, Fotogalerie im Rathaus, Graz, Austria.
2018: Polaroid 70 – Present perfect, Patyolat / PRÓBAüzem, Budapest, Hungary.
2018: Urbánus auráink, Bartók 1 Galéria, Budapest, Hungary.
2018: Different Worlds, Photon Gallery, Ljubljana, Hungary.

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