Dora Budor

The artist will use cinematic doubling to question perception and reality


Dora Budor, Allergic to the 20th Century, 2015. Archival inkjet print in artist frame. Dimensions: 41 x 28 x  1 ½ inches. Photography in collaboration with Robert Kulisek. Courtesy the artist and New Galerie

Dora Budor, Allergic to the 20th Century, 2015, archival inkjet print. Courtesy: the artist and New Galerie, Paris; photograph: Robert Kulisek 

At Frieze New York, Dora Budor will supplement the art fair's usual routine by using cinematic doubling to question perception and reality.

Dora Budor (b. 1984, Croatia) lives and works in New York. Her selected solo exhibitions include Swiss Institute (New York), Ramiken Crucible (New York), and New Galerie (Paris). Recently Budor took part in institutional group exhibitions “Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016” at The Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), “Streams of Warm Impermanence” at David Roberts Art Foundation (London), “9th Berlin Biennial” at KW (Berlin), “Fade In: Int. Art Gallery - Day”, Swiss Institute (New York), “Inhuman” at Museum Fridericianum (Kassel), and “DIDING – An Interior That Remains an Exterior?” at Halle für Kunst & Medien (Graz). Budor was awarded Rema Hort Emerging Art Grant in 2014, and has participated in panel discussions at Judd Foundation and Whitney Museum of American Art (both New York). Her forthcoming activities include group exhibitions at Palais de Tokyo, (Paris) and the Vienna Biennale.