Andi Galdi Vinko, is an internationally acclaimed artist working in photography. She studied photography at Moholy Nagy University of Art in Budapest and at Esag Penninghen in Paris and art history and aesthetics at ELTE in Budapest.
Her work draws visual analogies between intensely personal and intimate experiences of motherhood and womanhood and universal human experiences of coming of age, ageing, loss, and the conflict between western and eastern European ideologies.
Using both staged and documentary photography, Galdi Vinko is a vivid visual storyteller who assembles her snapshots into unconventional and unexpected narratives, juxtapositions that are playful and humorous but also elicit pathos and absurdity, often published in the form of zines or editorials.
Elisabeth Biondi, a former director of photography at The New Yorker, wrote of Galdi Vinko's series Paradisco, “It captures the underlying quest in her photographic pursuits – to record the general unease experienced by people of her generation as well as their pleasures and joys.”
Galdi Vinko has been commissioned by M Le Monde, Die Zeit, i-D, Dazed, Vice, The New Yorker, Tate etc, among others. Her personal work has been exhibited internationally in group and solo shows. Recent exhibitions include: Birth at TJ Boulting, London; Sorry I Gave Birth I Disappeared But Now I’m Back at FERi Gallery, Budapest; Golden Boundaries, Robert Capa Center, Budapest and Arles Milllenial au feminin at Galerie du Club des DA, Havas Gallery.
for moving image: KINOPRAVDA
in France represented by La Belle Façon
in Hungary represented by Deák Erika Gallery
Publications, interviews // Print and online
The New Yorker, VICE, Dazed, iD, vogue.it, M le Monde, L’officiel, Liberation, The Calvert Journal, Amuse, Ubikwist, The Opera, ExtraExtra, Photograph Mag, Harper’s, Numero Russia, Papermag, The Wild Magazine, Interview Germany, Le Monde, C-Photo, It’s Nice That, SPBH, NEON, Blood of The Young Zine, Papersea Australia, Vandals, Hunger Magazine, Dry Magazine, PS, Tank Magazine, Causette, Fotóművészet, Népszabadság, ArtMagazin, Business Punk, LABEAST, Balkon, Ex Symposion