Agnes Eva Molnar

  • Hungary (b. 1980 in Budapest)
  • Currently in Budapest, Hungary.
  • Agnes Eva Molnar is a media artist, adjunct assistant professor.



Social issues, power relations between the individual and the authorities, gender inequality and gender roles lie in the centre of my artistic interest.


I graduated in 2008 at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest (H) at Visual Communication Department majoring in Photography. In 2009-2010 I spent 8 months in Berlin (D) with the Eötvös Scholarship of the Hungarian State, where I pursued studies at Time-based Institute in the Art and Media Class at Berlin University of the Arts. In 2010 I started my doctoral studies at the Doctoral School of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest (H) and I earned my doctoral degree in Multimedia Art in 2016. Since then I have been teaching as adjunct assistant professor at the Media Art Institute of Kaposvár University (H).


  • Photographic self-representation as artistic program in the oeuvre of contemporary female photographers. Lecture, Hungarian Society for the History of Photography, Female photographers - conference, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest (H)

  • Family Photography as a Tool to Create Illusions. Dissertation, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design


  • Gerda, SZÉPLAKY: A család mint fikció / Family as a Fiction. Élet és Irodalom, Issue #19, 13th May 2016, pp22
  • Balázs Zoltán, TÓTH: Palimpszeszt / Palimpsest, in: FFS: PROGRESSIVE EXPERIMENTS 1977-2012, Hungarian Museum of Photography, 2012, p98-128
  • Sonia BORSATO: menotrentuno_03, giovane violenza, Agnes Eva Molnar: Guerre Civili, Il Fotografo, No.237, Anno 22-12, pp9-13
  • Salvatore LIGIOS – Sonia BORSATO: Menotrentuno_III, giovane violenza. Young European Photography in Sardini, 2012, Soter editrice, pp162-167

  • Stefania BIAMONTI – Sonia BORSATO – Sandro IOVINE – Salvatore LIGIOS – Laura MARCOLINI: menotrentuno_03, giovane violenza, Il Fotografo, No.236, Anno 22-12, pp12-13
  • William A. EWING – Nathalie HERSCHDORFER: regeneration2: tomorrow’s photographers today, 2010, Thames&Hudson, pp4-5, pp142-143