September-October, 2021
Saari Residence, Finland

4th of September, 2020 / 6 pm
Kodály körönd, Budapest
Standby - Készenlét
curated by Éva Szilléry and Raden Hannawati
5th of September - 30th of September, 2020

7th of July, 2020 / 6 pm
Capa Center, Budapest
Eight Weeks, Hungarian photographers during the pandemic
artists: Vera A Fehér, Orsi Ajpek, Emese Altnőder, Máté Bartha, László Gábor Belicza, János Bődey, Sándor Csudai, Judit Dombóvári, Andi Gáldi Vinkó, Luca Gőbölyös, András D. Hajdú, Enikő Hodosy, Márton Kállai, Csilla Klenyánszki, Endre Koronczi, Dániel Kovalovszky, Gábor Arion Kudász, Péter Máté, Márton Mónus, Barnabás Neogrády-Kiss, Zsófia Pályi, Péter Puklus, András Ravasz, Bálint Rádóczy, Benedek Regős, Sára Révai, Bianka Rostás, Zsófia Sivák, Ákos Stiller, Bernadett Szabó, Krisztina Szalay, Gergely Szatmári, Katalin Száraz, Lilla Szász, Éva Szombat, Mátyás Szöllősi, Sára Erzsébet Timár, Dorottya Vékony, Boglárka Éva Zellei
Curated by Judit Gellér, Balázs Gáspár
7th of July - 16th of August, 2020

3rd of July, 2020 / 6 pm
Gallery of Photography B&B, Bielsko-Biała
Hungarian Photography
artists: Gábor Arion Kudász, Ádám Urbán, Tamás Urbán
curated by Inez Baturo
3rd - 30th of July, 2020

10th of March, 2020 / 6 pm
Godot Galéria, Budapest
Pop-up Exhibition of Nyílt Tér artists's retreat of Mezőszemere
artists: Roland Kazi, Gábor Arion Kudász, Ágnes-Éva Molnár, Sára Richter, Ottó Robottó Szabó, Dorottya Vékony
curated by Imre Bukta and Réka Kónya
opening remarks: József Tasnádi
10th - 14th of March, 2020

9th of March, 2020 / 6 pm
Faur Zsófi Gallery, Budapest
WORKOUT - a fine sense of patriotism / solo show
In the stadium thousands of leotards move in unison to form a rose, a heart, a falcon, a flag. Boys lift girls in the air, they hold hands or embrace one another executing whatever the choreography demands. Their overheated cheeks are not visible from the bleachers. Signs and motifs alternate with slogans of dubious ideologies and commands yelled over the mobilizing beat. From the distance everything seems dynamic and eternal, young and conservative, global and patriotic, nonsensical and meaningful. This is the 100th anniversary of the forming of Czechoslovakia, on the hottest summer on record in Prague. The Sokol slet is the flocking of falcons.
9th of March - 4th of April, 2020

17th of February, 2020 / 6 pm
Capa Center, Budapest
József Pécsi Photography Scholarship 2019 exhibition
opening speech by Gábor Arion Kudász (in Hungarian)
curated by Gabriella Csizek
17th of February - 16th of March, 2020

4th of October, 2019 / 4 pm
BredaPhoto, Grote Kerk, Breda
THIRTYTHREE - A New Horizon of Photography / group show
artists: Antal Bánhegyesy, Máté Bartha, Dávid Biró, Benedek Bognár, Sári Ember, Anna Fabricius, Viola Fátyol, Zsolt Ficsór, Miklós Gulyás, Eszter Herczeg, Adél Koleszár, Alida Kovács, Katalin Kovács, Attila Kozó, Gábor Arion Kudász, István Lábady, András Ladocsi, Máté Lakos, Balázs Máté, Gábor Máté, Mátyás Misetics, Zoltán Molnár, Ágnes Éva Molnár, Máté, Móró, Ildikó Péter, Marcell Piti, Péter Puklus, Milán Rácmolnár, Hanna Rédling, Zsófia Sivák, Krisztina Szalay, Ábel Szalontai, Gergely Szatmári, Éva Szombat, András Törcsi, Barnabás Tóth, Sári Zagyvai, Krisztián Zana, Boglárka Éva Zellei
5th of October - 27th of October, 2019

21st of August - 1st of September, 2019
19th Nyílt Tér Artist’s retreat at Mezőszemere (Hu) hosted by Imre Bukta, Réka Kónya and János Szirtes artists: Roland Kazi, Gábor Arion Kudász, Ágnes-Éva Molnár, Sára Richter, Ottó Robottó Szabó, Dorottya Vékony

Human in the collection of Hungarian National Gallery
It’s a great honour that the contemporary collection of the Hungarian National Gallery purcashsed a set of photographs from my recent series HUMAN.

24th of May to 14th of June, 2019
Paperlust Photobook Fest, Krakków
Collaboration Now! / photo book workshop and dummy review
30th of May - 2nd of June, 2019

13th to 17th of May, 2019 Fachhochscule Bielefeld, Faculty of Design, International Week
Truth as Added-value / workshop
Artist-talk: 16th of May, 2019 / 5pm

Book review of HUMAN on Lensculture
“In this study of sharp contrasts and sculptural abstractions, the story of the banal brick becomes a reflection on the history of human civilization.”
text by Cat Lachowskyj

5th of October, 2018 / 6 pm
Fabrica Friday Lates, Brighton Photo Biennial 2018 A New Europe - Photobookshow Brighton / group show

8th of October, 2018 / 6 pm
Capa Center, Budapest
THIRTYTHREE / group show
artists: Ács Alíz Veronika, Bánhegyesy Antal, Bartha Máté, Biró Dávid, Bognár Benedek, Drégely Imre, Ember Sári, Fabricius Anna, Fátyol Viola, Ficsór Zsolt, Gáldi Vinkó Andrea, Gulyás Miklós, Herczeg Eszter, Hermann Ildi, Hodosy Enikő, Koleszár Adél, Kovács Alida, Kovács Katalin, Kozó Attila, Kudász Gábor Arion, Lábady István, Ladocsi András, Lakos Máté, Máté Balázs, Máté Gábor, Misetics Mátyás, Molnár Zoltán, Molnár Ágnes Éva, Móró Máté, Nyíri Julianna, Péter Ildikó, Piti Marcell, Puklus Péter, Rácmolnár Milán, Rédling Hanna, Sivák Zsófia, Szalay Krisztina, Szalontai Ábel, Szatmári Gergely, Szombat Éva, Timár Sára Erzsébet, Törcsi András, Tóth Barnabás, Zagyvai Sári, Zana Krisztián, Zellei Boglárka Éva
curated by Róna Kopeczky
9th of October – 9th of December, 2018

British Journal of Photography / issue #7871
In their 2018 May issue BJP is focusing on works presented during Hamburg Triennial of Photography.
“From the 320 artists included in the festival’s open submissions, we bring you our favourites – including Salvatore Vitale and his project on Switzerland’s obsession with security, which scrutinises the ways in which it shapes not only the environment, but also the Swiss mentality. Sarker Protick draws our focus towards Bangladesh’s Padma River, offering a stark warning of rising water levels, while Gábor Arion Kudász’s Human is a study of mankind via the metaphor of a humble brick.”
words by Cat Lachowskyj

1st of June, 2018 / 7 pm
Studio Jacob Reischel, Berlin
Fototreff #24 / lecture
in conversation with Felix Hoffmann

12th of March, 2018 / 6 pm
Faur Zsófi Gallery, Budapest HUMAN / book launch
in conversation with Ádám Albert

7th of June, 2018
Triennale der Photographie, Hamburg
[Enter] on a breaking point and necessity to change / group show
“Humanity is at breaking point. Seismic change now seems unavoidable. In the face of increased global challenges, from climate change to the migrant crisis, political unrest, cyber-attacks and the threat of terrorism, photography has the ability to bring focus to these issues. The exhibition is a showcase of 15 artists whose work digs deep into social, political, and environmental narratives defining our global world. With strength and determination, they make work that unflinchingly challenges social structures and abuses of power.”
artists: Valentina Abenavoli, Matthieu Asselin, Mandy Barker, Ewa Ciechanowska & Artur Urbanski, Lucas Foglia, Nick Hannes, Tamara Kametani, Katrin Koenning, Gábor Arion Kudász, Sarker Protick, Claudius Schulze, Martin Errichiello & Filippo Menichetti, Salvatore Vitale
curated by Emma Bowkett and Krzysztof Candrowicz
7th of June - 17th of June, 2018

7th of February, 2018 / 7 pm
Faur Zsófi Gallery, Budapest
HUMAN / solo show
7th of February - 12th of March, 2018

7th of October, 2017 / 6 pm
Capa Center, Budapest
Viewfinders – Hungarian photography from the past half century 1967-2017
curated by Gabriella Csizek
opening remarks by Orsolya Kőrösi
8th of October – 19th of November, 2017

12th of June, 2017 / 5 pm
National Museum, Warsaw
The Way They See. An Overview of Hungarian Photography
Curated by Gabriella Csizek
13th of June – 10th of September, 2017,29.html

29th of June, 2017 / 6 pm
Belfast Exposed, Belfast
Memorabilia / solo show
curated by Hannah Watson
29th of June - 19th of August, 2017

Conscientious Magazine
conversation with Jörg M. Colberg

16th of February, 2017 / 6 pm
Carte Scoperte Art Gallery, Milan
Transforming Spaces / group show with Bence Bakonyi and Tibor Gyenis
opening remarks: Judit Timaffy
16th of February - 9th of March, 2017

Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2016
winners: Katrin Koenning, Gábor Arion Kudász, Andrejs Strokins
HUMAN was selected by Felix Hoffmann: “The series contains different aspects of thinking. There is a documentary approach to a site where people are working with clay. There is a surrealistic approach, a reflection of the material and physicality of the objects. And there is a scientific interaction in these pictures where the viewer doesn’t know any longer why they might have been taken. The project is an interesting mixture of different directions in photography, involving us as viewers.”

1st to 30th of October, 2016
HUMAN / public space exhibition

20th of October, 2016 / 6 pm
Hungarian Institute, Paris
HUMAN / Solo show
opening speech: Virág Böröczfy
21th of October - 20th of November, 2016

4th to 10th of October, 2016
Collegium Hungaricum, Berlin
Human Scale and ambition / workshop
Installations on display through the European Month of Photography in Berlin

11th of July, 2016 / 5 pm
Capa Center, Budapest Human Scale – from brick to the horizon of the technological era / DLA dissertation defense
Supervising professors: Gábor Kopek DLA, Habil and Ágnes Kapitány DSc
Committee: Gábor Turányi DLA, Balázs Czeizel and Ábel Szalontai DLA
Opponents: Attila Horányi PhD and Sándor Hornyik PhD

17th of June, 2016 / 6 pm
De Markten, Brussels
Cities and (Velo)cities / Group show
Ádám Magyar, Gergely Szatmári, Vladimí Turner, Viktor Vejvoda, Paul Chaney, Kateřina Šedá, Jan Maštera, Václav Kopecký, Jiří Thýn, Valentýna Janů, Aleksandra Vajd & Hynek Alt, Vojtěch Fröhlich, Ondřej Mladý, Jan Šimánek, Vladimír Turner, Yeoryia Aslanidou, Maciej Jeziorek, Tomasz Wiech, Szymon Rogiński, Gábor Arion Kudász
curated by Zsófi Faur, Monika Szewczyk, Kuba Dąbrowski, Václav Janoščík
18th of June - 28th of August, 2016

13rd of June, 2016 / 6 pm
Faur Zsófi Gallery, Budapest
Idegen a tájban (Stranger in the Landscape) / Solo show
14th of June - 14th of August, 2016

25th of May, 2016 / 7 pm
Capa Center, Budapest
HUMAN / Solo show
Curated by Gábor Kopek
25th of May - 11th of July, 2016

23rd of June, 2016 / 6 pm
Alma Gallery, New York
Echoes - City, Society, Conflict & Self in Hungarian Photography / Group show
curated by Gary van Wik
24th of June - 30th of July, 2016

22nd of April, 2016 / 5 pm
Kunsthalle, Budapest
National Salon - Photographic Art and Beyond / Group show
The exhibition aims to give a cross section of contemporary Hungarian photography and media art, among more than one hundred artists I will show a selection of images from Waste Union.
Opening speaches: György Fekete, Gergely Prőhle, György Szegő, Kimmo Lehtonen
curated by Klára Szarka
23rd of April - 26th of June, 2016

Raw View Magazine #5
Looking Close, Looking Back
projects: Ana Casas Broda, Román Ynán, Phillip Toledano, Joe Vitone, Sachiko Kawanabe, Francesca Catastini, Alessandro Vincenzi, Gábor Arion Kudász
curated by Arianna Rinaldo

Human in Der Greif Magazine
guest-blogger week: March, 2016

Human in Fotografia Magazine
On Bricks and Humans – Why the Invention of the Brick Was One of the Most Crucial for Mankind

28th of April - 2nd of May, 2016
MIA Photo Fair / Milan
Faur Zsófi Gallery

Traces: The Identity Issue
text by Benedict Eisenhardt

3rd of February, 2016
Prospekto Galerija, Vilnius
13 Mirrors / Group show
artists: Benedek Bognár, Ákos Czigány, Dániel Kovalovszky, Imre Drégely, Ágnes Eperjesi, Gábor Gerhes, Luca Göbölyös, Balázs Telek, Ildikó Péter, Gábor Arion Kudász, Dezső Szabó, Lenke Szilágyi
curated by Rita Somosi and Mihály Surányi

9th of December, 2015
Coup de coeur at Prix Le Bal
HUMAN shortlisted on Prix Le Bal de la Jeune Création avec l’ADAGP was selected as coup de coeur
jury: Diane Dufour, Hugues Aubry, Mohamed Bourouissa, Alain Fleischer, Vincent Josse, Patrick Le Bescont, Laurent Le Bon and Meret Meyer.
finalist: David de Beyter, Rébecca Digne, David Fathi, Wiame Haddad, Gábor Arion Kudász, Matthieu Raffard.

Interview on Designisso
It is important, but not enough to take good pictures…

21st of October, 2015
Capa Center, Budapest
Capa Grand Prize 2015 / Award ceremony
“The jury of the Capa Grand Prize Hungary selected Gábor Arion Kudász for his entry HUMAN as the first Grand Prize winner in 2015.
The Robert Capa Photography Grand Prize Hungary was founded in October 2014 by the Capa Center in order to recognize the work of artists who produce an outstanding achievement in the field of Hungarian photography. The awards were decided in two stages by the jury of Hungarian and international professionals, Regina Anzenberger, Dimitri Beck, Clare Grafik, Attila Horányi, Peter Korniss and Mónika Perenyei.
In May the jury selected three candidates – and awarded each of them with a fellowship to complete their projects. The jury appreciated Gábor Arion Kudász’s work completed in the last six month, so they selected him as the first Grand Prize Hungary-winning photographer in 2015. Gábor Arion Kudász received the award on the eve of Robert Capa’s 102nd birthday.”

9th of October, 2015 / 1 pm
Art Market Budapest, Millenáris
Presentations of the Capa Grand Prize finalists

Indian Summer on Designisso
How to make a bow out of a windshield wiper? Easy!

17th of September, 2015 / 7 pm
Karton Gallery, Budapest
Kötelékek - Family Ties / Group show
artists: Marianne Csáky, Bazil Duliskovich, Sári Ember, Eszter Galambos, Eszter Herczeg, Olívia Kovács, Gábor Arion Kudász, Éva Magyarósi, Judit Flóra Schuller, Péter Trembeczki, Ágnes Verebics
opening Speech: Délia Vékony
curated by Zsuzsanna Benkő
18th of September - 30th of October, 2015

4th of September, 2015 / 6 pm
New Budapest Gallery, Budapest
Leopold Bloom Art Award
artists: Albert Ádám, Kerezsi Nemere, Kokesch Ádám, Kudász Gábor Arion, Puklus Péter, Katarina Šević
Opening speeches: Dr. Declan Long, John Ward and József Szurcsik
Curated by Nóra Hanka, Zsuzsanna Szegedy-Maszák
4th of September - 15 of November, 2015

5ht of September, 2015 / 4 pm
Kaunas Photo, Raudondvaris castle, Museum of Kaunas district
The Amber Road Show / Group show
5ht of September - 20th of October

4th of September, 2015
Leopold Bloom Art Award / Announcement
finalists: Ádám Albert, Katarina Šević, Nemere Kerezsi, Gábor Arion Kudász, Ádám Kokesch, Peter Puklus
jury: Dr. Declan Long, Susanne Altmann, Mark Rappolt

20-21st of June, 2015
Vienna Photo Book Festival / Brotfabric

18th of June, 2015 / 6pm
FUGA, Budapest Center of Architecture
Document.Copy.Forgery. / MOME MA student show
Curators: Dóra Balla, Gábor Arion Kudász, Gabriella Uhl

19th of June, 2015 / 6 pm
Institute of Contemporary Art, Dunaújváros
Vacation Simulator / Group show
artists: Baranyai Levente, Blahó Borbála, Bondor Csilla, Chilf Mária, Czene Márta, Duliskovich Bazil, Fehér László, Felsmann István, Füredi Tamás, Galambos Áron, Hatházi László, Kudász Gábor Arion, Móder Rezső, Páhi Péter, Pályi Zsófia, Pintér Gábor, Szűcs Attila, Várnai Gyula
curated by Zsinka Gabriella and Tamás Fehérvári
19th of June - 31st of July, 2015

26th of April, 2015
Robert Capa Fellowship 2015
fellows: Gábor Arion Kudász, Gyula Sopronyi and Ákos Stiller jury: Attila Horányi, Clare Grafik, Regina Anzenberger, Dimitri Beck, Péter Korniss and Monika Perenyei

21st of April, 2015 / 5 pm
Österreichisches Kulturforum, Budapest
Closed Cities / Gregor Sailer and Gábor Arion Kudász
Opening speech: Zsolt Petrányi

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