Photography is a practice for me to understand the role of the fractions of moment within the flow of time. Transmitting thoughts through visual imprints is my preferred way of self expression.

I am a creator type photographer. I prefer to plan and control the scene that I see later on my prints.

I am searching for visual poetry.

During the past years, discovering art by realizing and photographing singular art concepts has became a habit of mine. The more I advance in creation the more complex ideas come to my mind and will be photographed. Although complexity is not my main interest in image creation, I often aim to show multiply layers of thoughtfulness.

András Dobi, is a Germany based fine art photographer, born in Hungary. András comes from the field of performing arts as he was educated as a professional ballet dancer. As part of his art education he studied contemporary dance, fine arts, art history, philosophy and film aesthetics among other art related subjects. After his professional dance career, he applied his artistic experience to fine art photography. Since he participated as a performer in various forms of performing arts and installations, he strongly believes in mixed media art format. In the past years, he has been focusing on creating imagery that relies on unusual camera use. He studied and developed unique photographic methods to achieve a singular aesthetics. Often using a combination of moving subjects, remote flash and even camera movements during one single exposure. His current interest is around two subjects, the self and its acceptance as well as the camera as a measurement tool.. All these elements make his images look abstract and formalist at the same time. In 2020, András Dobi was a finalist for the Siena Creative Photo award. He is the recipient of international photo awards such as Fine Art Photography Awards, International Photo Awards, ND Awards, among others. In 2021, within an artistic collaboration, he was a co-author of the performance book titled Variation on the represented. This project was shortlisted at Belfast Photo Festival in 2022. Most recently, András become one of the 5 recipients of the Global Fujifilm GFX Challenge Grant.

Awards and grants

2022

Global grant winner, Fujifilm GFX Challenge Grant

Shortlisted, Belfast Photo Festival

Nominee, (2X) Fine Art Photography Awards

2021

Honorable mention, (2X) Chromatic Awards

Honorable mention, (3X) ND Awards

2020

Finalist with two images, Creative Photo Awards Siena

Honorable mention, (2X) Monovision Photography Awards

Nominee, (3X) Fine Art Photography Awards

2019

Gold medal, 3rd Sophiane International Photo Salon

Honorable mention, International Photo Awards

Nominee, Fine Art Photography Awards

2018

Honorable mention, (2X) International Photo Awards

Nominee, Fine Art Photography Awards

2017

Honorable mention, (2X) Monovision Photography Awards

Nominee, Fine Art Photography Awards

Group Exhibitions and
art fairs

– FUJIFILM OSAKA Gallery, Japan

– FUJIFILM SQUARE, Japan

– 44. Ostallgäuer Kunstausstellung, Germany

– Artmuc, Germany

– Qlick Gallery, Netherlands

– International Photo Salon, Hungary

– Chania International Photo Festival, Greece

– blank wall gallery, Greece

© 2017-2023 Andras Dobi

Photo by Mátyás Sarvady

Photography is a practice for me to understand the role of the fractions of moment within the flow of time. Transmitting thoughts through visual imprints my preferred way of self expression.

I am a creator type photographer. I prefer to plan and control the scene that I see later on my prints.

I am searching for visual poetry.

During the past years, discovering art by realizing and photographing singular art concepts has became a habit of mine. The more I advance in creation the more complex ideas come to my mind and will be photographed. Although complexity is not my main interest in image creation, I often aim to show multiply layers of thoughtfulness.

András Dobi, is a Germany based fine art photographer, born in Hungary. András comes from the field of performing arts as he was educated as a professional ballet dancer. As part of his art education he studied contemporary dance, fine arts, art history, philosophy and film aesthetics among other art related subjects. After his professional dance career, he applied his artistic experience to fine art photography. Since he participated as a performer in various forms of performing arts and installations, he strongly believes in mixed media art format. In the past years, he has been focusing on creating imagery that relies on unusual camera use. He studied and developed unique photographic methods to achieve a singular aesthetics. Often using a combination of moving subjects, remote flash and even camera movements during one single exposure. His current interest is around two subjects, the self and its acceptance as well as the camera as a measurement tool. . All these elements make his images look abstract and formalist at the same time. In 2020, András Dobi was a finalist for the Siena Creative Photo award. He is the recipient of international photo awards such as Fine Art Photography Awards, International Photo Awards, ND Awards, among others. In 2021, within an artistic collaboration, he was a co-author of the performance book titled Variation on the represented. This project was shortlisted at Belfast Photo Festival in 2022. Most recently, András become one of the 5 recipients of the Global Fujifilm GFX Challenge Grant.

Awards and grants

2022

Global grant winner, Fujifilm GFX Challenge Grant

Shortlisted, Belfast Photo Festival

Nominee, (2X) Fine Art Photography Awards

2021

Honorable mention, (2X) Chromatic Awards

Honorable mention, (3X) ND Awards

2020

Finalist with two images, Creative Photo Awards Siena

Honorable mention, (2X) Monovision Photography Awards

Nominee, (3X) Fine Art Photography Awards

2019

Gold medal, 3rd Sophiane International Photo Salon

Honorable mention, International Photo Awards

Nominee, Fine Art Photography Awards

2018

Honorable mention, (2X) International Photo Awards

Nominee, Fine Art Photography Awards

2017

Honorable mention, (2X) Monovision Photography Awards

Nominee, Fine Art Photography Awards

Group Exhibitions and
art fairs

– FUJIFILM OSAKA Gallery, Japan

– FUJIFILM SQUARE, Japan

– 44. Ostallgäuer Kunstausstellung, Germany

– Artmuc, Germany

– Qlick Gallery, Netherlands

– International Photo Salon, Hungary

– Chania International Photo Festival, Greece

– blank wall gallery, Greece

© 2017-2023 Andras Dobi