Gabriella Solti is a Hungarian-Canadian artist, whose multidisciplinary practice encompasses drawing, printmaking, book art, participatory projects and accessible technology that explore the role and value of labour and skill in the formation of identity and community. Her artist books won numerous awards including the prestigious Alcuin Society 2009 Awards for Excellence in Book Design in Canada. In 2015 her work, “The Book of Hours” was honoured by the MCBA Prize Juror’s Recognition of Merit Award at the International Book Art Biennial, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, USA. Gabriella Solti holds a Master of Computer Science degree from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario. She has exhibited in Italy, Germany, US, Japan, UK and Canada. Her artist books/prints are in museums and special collection libraries across Canada and Europe.
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