Edit Toaso is a fine artist who uses etching and graphite on found objects and ephemera. Her practice mostly comprises series of works in which she examines the etymology of the hand-made mark as both physical manifestation and metaphor. This preoccupation leads to pieces in which the subtly nuanced hand-made gesture and motif are to the fore.
Edit's work has been selected for group exhibitions including: NY International Print Show, Manhattan Graphics Center, USA; International Miniprint Biennale, Rosario, Argentina; Première Vision, Paris, France and at the Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, Hungary. She had a solo presentation, Flow, at Platform 39 Gallery, London, UK, in 2015.
Edit completed her Masters in Fine Arts at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest and won a scholarship to study Experimental Printmaking, with a focus on etching and aquatint, at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague, Netherlands. She lives and works in London.