Lili Zoe Ermezei

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Lili Zoe Ermezei (born as Érmezei Lili Zoé in Hungary, 1988) is a portrait and conceptual photographer. Her father is the Hungarian conceptual artist, painter and sculptor Érmezei Zoltán (1955–1991). She lives and works in Helsinki and Budapest, and is a member of the Hungarian Studio of Young Photographers and the Union of Artist Photographers in Finland.

Ermezei holds a MA from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest and also attended the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera of Milan.


In 2008 her group won the Epson Art Photo Award from among 150 arts universities around the world and was subsequently exhibited at Art Cologne.[citation needed] Also in 2008, Ermezei's work in collaboration with Daniel Halasz was selected to be shown at the National Design and Fashion Gallery in Vilnius, Lithuania.[citation needed] In 2012 Ermezei won the Finnish Fund for Art Exchange (FRAME) to participate in New York Photo Festival.[citation needed] Ermezei's photograph "Judith" was selected as one of the 100 finalist photographs of the Renaissance Photography Prize 2012 and exhibited at Mall Galleries.[citation needed] In 2012 Ermezei became a finalist in the London International Creative Competition (LICC), for her photo series "Body Borders - Skype Project".[citation needed]

Selected Solo Exhibitions[edit]

Selected Group Exhibitions[edit]

  • 2009
  • 2010 - Light by Night, Gozsdu Udvar, Budapest[citation needed]
  • 2011
  • 2012
    • Progressive Pathways: Studio of Young Photographers 1977-2012, Hungarian Museum of Photography[citation needed]
    • Ermezei-Heikkilä-Pätilä, Kaapelithedus, Helsinki[citation needed]
    • Renaissance Art Photography Prize, Mall Galleries, London[citation needed]
    • New Wave Photofestival, Crypt Gallery, London[citation needed]
    • New Wave Photofestival, Pawilon Wyspianskiego, Krakkow[citation needed]
  • 2013
    • Present Continuous, Hungarian House of Photography, Budapest[citation needed]
    • BODYObjective - Representation of the Body in Contemporary Art, MűvészetMalom Modern and Contemporary Art Centre, Szentendre[citation needed]


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