Hungry Hungarians Book Launch

Radiator Gallery Special Event
Friday, February 19 6:00 – 8:00p
Julia Standovar will prepare one of the recipes from the book and visitors will have the chance to taste the meal. Standovar will read out loud one chapter from Hungry Hungarians and will present few photo prints from the project. Her project representing Standovar’s extreme disappointment with current Hungarian politics in the form of a cookbook. Standovar critiques the political and social changes that have occurred in Hungary over the past years through a presentation of images, Hungarian recipes and cultural stories. The book explores how Hungary’s political system moves further away from the Western democratic and liberal values.About the Artist:
Júlia Standovár was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary. Standovar currently lives and works in New York City. She gained a BA Fine Art Photography degree at the Moholy-Nagy Univrsity of Art and Design Budapest in 2013. She graduated at the MFA Photography, Video and Related Media program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 2015. Standovar’s work was showed at the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art in Budapest, MoMA PS1 / New York Art Book Fair, Budapest Art Market, Telep Gallery and the SVA Chelsea Gallery. Standovar received a scholarship from The Hungary Initatives Foundation 2014, and she got the Thomas Reiss Memorial Award and the Paula Rhodes Memorial Award in 2015.
Her latest work is the Hungry Hungarians photo-art-cookbook about Hungarian culture, food and politics. She loves cooking.The book Hungry Hungarians will be available for purchase at the event.Publisher: Llewelyn ProjectsImages: