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Panni Marosi was born in 1994, in Budapest. She started her art studies in 2009, at the Secondary School of Visual Arts of Budapest. In 2013, she was awarded the Domanovszky Prize of Excellence, and in 2015, she was admitted to the Painting Programme of the University of Pécs. She spent the fall semester of 2018 in Porto (Portugal) with an Erasmus scholarship, and graduated from university in 2020. During her studies, she presented her work in several exhibitions in Budapest, Pécs and Székesfehérvár; and each year since 2016, she has been invited to join several workshops and art colonies. In 2018, she was awarded the Art Prize from Unilever, and in 2021, she was named one of the Artists & Women of the Month by ART from HEART. Since her graduation, she has been actively working in her art studio, which is located in the Nyolcésfél Inspirational Zone in Budapest.  

My work focuses on exploring things that surround us, such as intimate spaces, interiors and objects with personal meanings. My interest is centred around the personal identity and its mapping through objects. I mainly work with oil and acrylic paints -a classical technique- with an emphasis on colours and recurring motifs. I am deeply inspired by the traditional art forms of different people. The repetition of patterns in an alternating rhythm (e.g. North-African, Oriental and similar kinds of motifs that I discovered during my travels) is one of the main characteristics of my work. I continuously make countless sketches and photos of patterns found on tile-works and traditional potteries to expand my collection of motifs. These patterns with various meanings serve as an inspiration for my paintings. For me, these dynamic patterns represent the continuity of being.

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