Beáta Veszely is a Hungarian multidisciplinary artist whose work investigates the complexities of the horse-man relationship. Her work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions internationally and in private galleries and public museums throughout Europe, the US, and Japan. She is the recipient of the Derkovits Fellowship of the Hungarian Ministry of Culture, and has received grants from the Scottish Arts Council, London Arts, and the British Academy. Veszely is the co-founder and director of TIPP, a collaborative research initiative between Goldsmiths College and the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts. In 2015 she and her husband founded the Horse and Art Research Program. She has been a horseback rider since childhood and is currently an active member and competitor in the Kassai Horsearchery School and the Academia Equitum Hungarorum. She earned an MA from Goldsmiths College, University of London and completed her doctoral thesis at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest. H O R S E A N D A RT.H U 15 Lélekzők (Breathers) details, 2005-2016, inkdrawings on found magazine pages, 15’ x 4’