Subjects: Art History
Division: Arts and Humanities
Before moving to the UK, Boglárka studied English Literature and trained in Classical Piano Performance in Budapest. She graduated from the University of York with a degree in History of Art. During her undergraduate studies she worked in various cultural institutions, creative work placements and contemporary art galleries. Then she experimented with the Art business and the world of auctions, working for a time with Christie’s in London. Currently, her plans are to continue her studies in History of Architecture where she enjoys exploring the interdisciplinary fields of Art History, Architectural History, and Music History. She is passionate about academic research and writing about the relationship between Psychology and the Arts and the deconstruction of Platonic ideas in Architecture. In her free time she plays the piano, the guitar, and loves to sing. She is also dipping her toes into Photography and writing fiction at the moment.