Rabóczky Judit

I was born in Eger (Hungary) in 1979.


1998-2002 Eszterházy Károly Teachers’ Training College, art and visual – communication                  
Masters: Földi Péter, Pusztai Ágoston.

2002-2007 Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, sculpture department                 
Masters: Karmó Zoltán, Kő Pál


Association of Hungarian Creative Artists (MAOE), Hungarian Sculptor’s Society

Awards (selected)

2001- 16th Winter Exhibition of Miskolc prize 2003- The Award of the Carmen Würth and Reinhold Foundation

2004- Barcsay anatomical prize

2004- Amadeus artists’ scholarship

2005- Ludwig artists’ scholarship

2006- Erasmus scholarship, Accademia Di Belle Arti Macerata

2007- Diploma prize of the Hungarian Artists Association

2008- 55th Autumn Exhibition of Hódmezővásárhely prize

2008- Junior Prima prize

2012- The Roman Hungarian Academy scholarship

2013- 37th Summer Exhibition of Szeged prize

2013- Artist in residence at Atelier Vienna

2014- Derkovits Gyula scholarship 2016- Hungarian Academy of Arts scholarship

2017- Fourth Sculptor Biennial Prize

Solo Exhibitions (selected)

2006- Exhibition with Verebics Ágnes Budapest

2008 – Exhibition in the Erlin Gallery            Budapest

2009- Grass, Tree, Flower. Exhibiton in the Commerz Bank Gallery

2010- Exhibition in the Hortváth Endre Gallery           Balassagyarmat

2010- MANNER, Exhibition with Mata Attila in the G13 Gallery           Budapest

2011- FLESH, Bur Galery, Margaret island

2011- Luca-chains, Karinthy salon, Budapest

2013- RAVEL, exhibition in the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest

2014- KIDS, Polish Institute, Budapest

2015- Raiffeisen Gallery, Budapest 2016- Rautakissat/ Ironcat, Balassi Institue, Helsinki

2016-The Queen, Nest Gallery, Budapest

2018- “The Origin of the World”, FUGA Budapest Centre of Architecture

2018- Judith, Garden of the Kovács Margit Ceramic Museum, Szentendre Group Exhibitions (selected)

2002- 2009 – 5th, 6th, 7th Hungarian Grotesque Exhibition, Budapest, Kaposvár

2003- 17th Winter Exhibition of Miskolc, Rákóczi-House

2003-2007- 14th, 15th, 16th National Portrait Biennial, Hatvan, Budapest

2003-2007 – Art Camp Exhibition of Master Kő Pál’s Class.                  Heves, Mátészalka, Gyöngyös,    Budapest

2004- 14th Selected National Portrait Biennial

2004- Students of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition, Sopron

2005- Young People’s festival Students of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition            Budapest

2005- 19th National Exhibition of Small Sculptures, Pécs

2005- Exhibition of the Barcsay Application. Budapest, Barcsay Hall

2005- „Bodily in the Fine Arts”, Budapest

2006- „Young Art Europe”           Wien, Museum of Young Art

2006- „Our very impotrant persons in bronze” Dedication the awarded reliefes of the       Semmelweis Medical University and the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts. Budapest

2007, 2008- Plein Art. 19th, 20th Open-air Sculptures Exhibiton in Budapest

2007- Organic Forms, Polish Institute, Budapest 2007- Ferryboat, Szentendre

2007- „ Art and Wine” Budapest, Europe Congressional Centre 2007, 2008- Fresh Europe, Budapest, Wien

2009- Deduktion, First Sculptor Biennial, Szentendre

2009-6th Symposium on Steel Scupltural Art of Kecskemét.           Kecskemét, Szeged, Budapest 2009- EGO, Budapest, Volksbank Gallery

2010- BP psych BP spirit, Budapest, G13 Gallery

2010- ZOOart, Budapest, Zoo and Botanical Garden of Capital

2011- Die Ernte, Klosterneuburg, Galerie Sala Terrena

2011- Giovanni Artisti Ungheresi, Potenza, Galleria Civica di Palazo Loffredo 2011- Spicy Collection Selection, Accademia d’Ungheria in Roma

2012- God bless you, Budapest, Ráday Galery

2012- II. Space-Points, Second Sculptor Biennial, Szentendre

2012- Kő Pál-Lujos Master and his students, Vaszsary Villa, Balatonfüred

2013- Springtime, Balassi Institute, Budapest

2013- 60th Autumn Exhibition of Hódmezővásárhely

2014- derkó.pécsi.2014, Kunsthalle, Budapest

2014- Dance, painting, move, sculpture. Víziváros Gallery, Budapest 2014- Evidence. Third Sculptor Biennial, Szentendre

2015- Exhibition of Artus artitsts. Art IX-XI Gallery, Budapest 2015- 33rd Spring Exhibition of Salgótarján

2015- Aria – Terra – Casa. Accademia d’Ungheria in Roma

2015- Biennale Le Latitudini dell’Arte. Palazzo Ducale, Genova

2015- 9th Ars Sacra Festival. Szent István House of Culture, Székesfehérvár

2016- Fresh, directly from the studo. Kunsthalle, Budapest

2017- Instinct – Ancestor. Polish Institute, Latarka Galery, Budapest

2017- GÉM//GAMEkapocs II. MODEM, Debrecen

2019- Six Kunst. Miskolc, Rákóczi-House

Works in Collections:

K-ARTS Collection Amadeus Art Foundation

KOGART Contemporaray Art Collection Diocese of Székesfehérvár

Contemporary Art Collection Fundamenta Lakáskassza Zrt. Collection

Photos: Szabó Hédi, Visy László.