Fanni Somogyi

Fanni Somogyi

Fanni Somogyi is a sculptor and writer originally from Budapest, Hungary, and currently based in Baltimore. She completed her BFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Interdisciplinary Sculpture and Creative Writing. Her sculptural work explores cross pollinations, hybrid creatures and speculative scenarios. She writes criticism, poetry, essay, and short fiction, with particular interest in the scientific and environmental. Her writing has been published in Hobart Literary Magazine, and as part of the Supra Natural Anthology. Follow her at Photo by Elisha Maria Photography.

Stories by Fanni Somogyi
Wood firing is one of the biggest community events at Baltimore Clayworks and it is attended by ceramic artists from Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania.

“The imprints of elemental properties inherent to ceramics fired in a wood kiln often yield mesmerizing finishes; it almost adds a fourth dimension to the artworks.”

Shows at Mono Practice, Unit B Gallery, and Howard Community College

Three Baltimore exhibitions—whose initial themes and materials are varied between abstraction, surrealism, and fiber arts—are connected through the energized spaces that the works build and each artist's dedication to their chosen focus. 

From a Memorial for Victims of State Violence to Marxist Chickens, Abigail Lucien, Nekisha Durrett, and Kyrae Dawaun aren't Afriaid to get Political

Exhibition of the 2023 Sondheim Finalists at The Walters: Abigail Lucien, Nekisha Durrett, and Kyrae Dawaun   Introduction   In the 18th annual Janet & Walter Sondheim Award Finalists Exhibition, ...

Natural Motifs Abound in Solo Shows at Goya Contemporary and Galerie Myrtis, as well as at C. Grimaldis' Group Sculpture Show

Three Baltimore exhibitions capture the essence of material inquiries: Marcel Doucet’s "Water Grieves in the Six Shades of Death" at Galerie Myrtis, "A Sculpture Show" at C. Grimaldis Gallery, and Trace Miller’s "Pulp Fiction" at Goya Contemporary.