Edina Tokodi, Public Artist :: 120 Seconds

edina-tokodi-metromoss Edina Tokodi, a public artist who uses natural materials, tells us a story about a Hungarian man who decided to collect all types of traditional fruit trees and their stories in hopes of preserving them for future generations.

About Edina:

Edina Tokodi studied graphic design and printmaking at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts. Her works have been featured in both private and public space world-wide, including: Brick Lane Gallery, London; Lana Santorelli Gallery, New York; SEPTA public transit, Philadelphia, Billboard and public sculpture exhibition, Budapest, and a solo exhibition at The Gallery at (Le) Poisson Rouge.

Born in Hungary, Edina Tokodi lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.