About Tamas Paczai

Born in Marosvásárhely, Romania, 1981. Currently based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Photo editor for the monthly Képmás magazine (Hungary), freelancer journalist, photographer.

Exhibitions (Selection)

"In the path of Arminius Vambery" (solo exhibition), Cafe Analogue, Budapest, Hungary, 2014-15.

"In the path of Arminius Vambery" (solo exhibition), Kelet Café and gallery, Szatyor Bár gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 2014.

"In the path of Arminius Vambery" (solo exhibition), Danube Museum, Esztergom, Hungary, 2014.

"In the path of Arminius Vambery" (solo exhibition), Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism, Hungary, 19.09.13.-27.10.13.

"Extraordinary", (group outdoor exhibition, organized by Noorderlicht), Drenthe, Netherlands, 08.06.13.-11.08.13.

"Bozgor" (Solo exhibition), Hungarian House of Photographers, Budapest, Hungary, 2011.

"Phodar Biennal' 11" (Group exhibition), Pleven, Bulgaria, 2011.

"Co-existence" (group exhibition); Kossuth square, Hungary , 2011.

"Attention" (group exhibition); Art-Bázis, Hungary , 2011.

”Untitled”, (group exhibition); Trace Gallery, United Kingdom, 2010.

”The Pursuit of Happiness”, Noorderlicht International Photofestival, (group exhibition); The Netherlands, 2009.

XXV. Hungarian Press Photo (group exhibition); Hungary, 2007.

"Faces" Raiffeisen Gallery (solo exhibition); Hungary, 2006.

"Dialogue" (group exhibition); Hungary, 2005.

Publications (selection)

Monocle, UK, 2014.

Der Spiegel, Germany, 2014.

Day4 10, UK, 2013.

Vision magazine, China, 2011.

Booooooom: http://www.booooooom.com/2011/05/11/photographer-tamas-paczai/

Private - International Review of Photographs, Italy, 2010.

La Zona Numero 15., Mexico, 2010.

Lensculture.com, France, 2010.

The Pursuit of Happiness – a photoalbum, Noorderlicht, the Netherlands, 2009.

Eduardo Rózsa-Flores: ”Collection of Piggeries”, illustrations for the book, Hungary, 2003.

Prize for the best portfolio, Photoport International Portfolio Review, Hungary, 2010.

Prize for the best portfolio, Raiffeisen "Dialogue" competition, Hungary, 2005.

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