Brigitta Both is a Barcelona-based visual artist working across various different media. Aside from paintings, she creates collages, photography and video art. In 2021 she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. After successfully overcoming her illness she continued working in her Barcelona based studio. Interested in and inspired by psychology, her works deal with extreme life experiences, complexities of one's identity and connections between human beings. She moved to Oxford, UK from Budapest, Hungary in 2007 and since 2015 she has been living and working in Barcelona, Spain. In 2017 she was awarded the "BBVA de Pintura Ricard Camí" award.
"Her works are profound pieces with a powerful psychological component that fuse the figurative and abstract worlds" - Antigues Caixes Catalanes Foundation.
Winner of the "BBVA de Pintura Ricard Camí" award 2017, Catalonia, Spain.
In permanent collection of Antigues Caixes Catalanes Foundation, Catalonia, Spain.
In private collections in the United States, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Hong Kong and Hungary.
Art residency 2019 – 2023 at EART Experimentem amb l'ART, Barcelona, Spain.
• 2019 Connection, N2 Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
• 2019 Memento, EART - Espai d'Educació Artística i Creació Contemporània,
Tallers Oberts, Barcelona, Spain
• 2018 Monochrome, Centre Cultural Terrassa, Terrassa, Spain
• 2017 Fragile, Olivart Art Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
• 2017 One Collage - One Song (exhibition and concert with Professor Nazneen
Rahman), Olivart Art Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
• 2016 Fearless, Olivart Art Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
• 2020 Cheryl Hazan Gallery, New York, USA
• 2020 BLAUE STUNDE X - ALL STARS - tenth anniversary (video art festival),
• 2019 Art New York (art fair), New York, USA - represented by N2 Gallery
• 2019 Cheryl Hazan Gallery, New York, USA
• 2018 Context Art Miami (art fair), Miami, USA - represented by N2 Gallery
• 2018 Skin, N2 Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
• 2018 Blaue Stunde VIII (video art festival), Alte Feuerwache Köln, Cologne,
• 2017 Premio BBVA de Pintura Ricard Camí, Centre Cultural Terrassa,
• 2017 Pas a pas, Olivart Art Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
• 2016 Art en Femení, Auditori Barradas, L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona,