PARTNERS & COUPLES

2018-2019

MORPHS & AMORPHS

2018

PORTRAITS FROM THE PAST

2016-2018

CIRCUS

2018

PUPPETS & DOLLS

2017-2018

PORCELAIN SCENES

2016

SELECTED PORTRAITS

2015-2019

ABOUT

Emőke Lőrincz works as an art director, she is a professional graphic and UI designer – and she paints.

Formal education and courses

2014 – Painting technics and theory, master: Csaba Kis Róka
2014 – Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest – Mobile App UX Course
2012 – 2013 Secondary School of Visual Arts, Budapest, Adult education – Watercolor Course
2012 – Traditional Asian Watercolor Painting Course – Chiang Mai, Panisa, master: Auxchanok Chirakul
1993 – 1998 Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest – Bachelor and Master degree in Visual Communication and Graphic Design
1997 – Espoo-Vantaa Polytechnic, Vantaa, Finland – Visual Communication and Graphic Design
1990-1992 – School of Interior Decoration, Budapest – Degree in Decoration Design

Professional experience

2012 – present – P92 RDI / MOON42 Ltd. – Art Director
2010 – 2012 Liligo – Art Director, Graphic and UI designer
2008 – 2010 – freelance graphic artist
2001 – 2008 – Mirai Interactive/Arcus Interactive Group – Art Director, Graphic and UI designer

Exhibitions and awards

2018 Donating an oil painting to the annual XpatLoop Charity Auction to benefit UNICEF Hungary and Young People in Need Non-Profit Org.
2018 Gallery ART&ME – ACTA EST FABULA | The Game is Over – Solo exhibition
2016 "Hommage á Malonyai Dezső", Danube Palace, Budapest – Group exhibition
2010 Dr. Hepp Ferenc Elementary School, Békés – Building-painting Competition, 1st prize
1999 National Gallery, Budapest – Contemporary Hungarian Graphic Design and Typography – Group exhibition 1999 Olof Palme House, Budapest – National Biennale of Graphic Design – Group exhibition
1998 Gallery Tölgyfa, Budapest – Best Diplomas – Group exhibition 1998 Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle Budapest – “Posters” – Group exhibition
1997 Békéscsaba – National Biennale of Graphic Design – Group exhibition

Hashtags

#grotesque #circus #daguerreotype #nostalgia #reconsiderationofpast