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Andi Kacziba

Born in Hungary in 1974
She lives and works in Milan


Andi Kacziba, born in Hungary in 1974, completes her studies at the Casus Kortárs Müvészeti Kollégium in Budapest and at the European Institute of Design in Milan and Venice.
In 1992 he began a modeling career and later became Art Director in the fashion sector. The observation and experience that Andi Kacziba will make in those years on the transformation of the woman, her beauty, her body and her youth into a mere product whose value is measured only with money, will become central in artistic research. undertaken by Kacziba since 1997, when he moved to Milan.

The first cycles of works, such as Parthenogenesis, Exsuccus, Daily Measurements and Gemmae, express, also through the effort and sacrifice to which the Artist is forced by the use of the technique of weaving by hand of the rope, strength, tenacity and the capacity of endurance of the woman who, deluded by the feminist movements of the '60s and' 70s to have finally obtained that equal rights and the dignity that is due and for which she had ardently fought, is found today in western contemporary society, transformed into a simple status symbol, accessory and attribute of male vanity. The artistic work becomes a metaphor of the daily struggle that every woman still has to face in the 21st century. Likewise, in the latest series of works by Andi Kacziba, it will be the body itself of the Artist and his "degenerate" over time to make a complaint about the difficult position of the contemporary woman in society.

The conception of the role of the Artist as a figure committed to generating positive social change leads Andi Kacziba to devote himself to young artists, to try to find ways to offer them opportunities for visibility and growth often denied by the main stream. To this end, in 2012 he was one of the founders of the Cramum Association, of which he will be president until 2016, creating four editions of the Cramum prize and co-curating multiple solo and group exhibitions.

Andi Kacziba has exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions, at the Istituto Balassi - Academy of Hungary in Rome, at the Civic Museum Pier Alessandro Garda in Ivrea, at the Italian Cultural Institute in Budapest, at the Fondation Suisse in Paris and at the Studio Museo Francesco Messina of Milan where he realized,
on the occasion of the international day against violence against women, an important site-specific project and personal exhibition entitled "VĚOLA".


Andi Kacziba
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