JUDI IRANYI


Zanzibar Door

Archival Pigment Print on Red River Ultra Pro Satin Paper, Printed on Epson Sure Color P800

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8.5” x 12″

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Judi Iranyi was born in Hungary at the close of World War II. Later she emigrated to Venezuela, she also lived in Trinidad, Barbados, and West Germany before moving to San Francisco in 1971.

Ms. Iranyi became interested in photography in the sixties. She studied photography and art at City College of San Francisco, San Francisco State University, U.C. Berkeley, and Museum Studies at John F. Kennedy University. However, she worked as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker until her retirement.

Since her retirement in 2013, Ms Iranyi has dedicated her time to photography. Her book “Bay Area families” was one of the 10 jury selection choices at Camerawork, San Francisco. She has been published and has been in numerous group shows both in the United States and Europe.

She has self-published 2 Monographs “Arg-e-Bam” about the ancient citadel in Iran and “Remembering Michael” a tribute to her son who died of AIDS in 1984.

Three of her life passions are traveling, literature, and photography. Traveling and literature have broadened her view of the world.

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