Patrícia Jagicza graduated from the Painting Department of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2011. The young artist experiments with different techniques and materials striving to find both her personal and artistic identity. Her creative interest found a focus in the women's roles. The Luchadora Series are self-portraits hidden behind shiny, intensive colored superhero masks, which reflect on the crisis of the fragile identity. In 2011 he won the one year Kogart Scholarship. In the same year she received a Collector's Invitation for the ESSL ART AWARD and her work has been shown at the final exhibition in the Essl Museum. In 2012 one of her work has been nominated for the Arte Laguna Prize and has been exhibited within the Painting Section at the Arsenale, Venice (17 March-1 April 2012).
2005-2011 Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Painting Department, master: Zsigmond Károlyi
2009 Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, Sculpture, Performance and Installation Department, Class of Christian Jankowski
2011 Collector's Invitation, ESSL ART AWARD CEE 2011
2010 Scholarship of the Ludwig Foundation
2009 Self Portrait competition - Museo Stalowa Wola
2009 Academy-Prize, Stuttgart