George Legrady is a digital media and installation artist.
Born in Hungary and raised in Montreal, Legrady lives in California where he is a professor of Interactive Media at UC Santa Barbara.
solo exhibitions have been presented at the Centre Pompidou
in Paris; The Museum of Contemporary Art
in Los Angeles; the Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels; and the National Gallery
of Canada. Legrady
was awarded a grant in 2000 from the Daniel Langlois Foundation
, a 1995 NEA Visual Arts Fellowship, and several Computer Integrated Media Awards from the Canada Council
He has lectured on digital media and related topics at museums and universities across the United States, Canada, and Europe, and he holds an MFA degree from the San Francisco Art Institute.
presents with Creative Capital
in Louisville, KY
receives Honorary Mention in Interactive Arts for Ars Electronica Festival
featured in "Stage Presence" at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Nov 05 - Dec 31 2011
presents "Refraction" at Edward Cella Art + Architecture
in Los Angeles