Fisli is a former student of the Eötvös Collegium, where she graduated in History and Literature from Eötvös University, Budapest. In 2012 she obtained a PhD in political sciences from Sciences Po Paris and ELTE Budapest. Between 2005 and 2009 she was a registrar and an exhibition coordinator at the Hungarian National Museum, Budapest.
From Fall 2009 she has been working in the Historical Photo Department of the Museum, as a responsible for the international photocollection.
Robert Capa levele André Kertészhez 1938-ban /Letter by Robert Capa to André Kertész in 1938/ In Fotóművészet 2012/4. pp.80-81.
Layers of Time. Foreword to the Photos of Martti Kapanen. In Kimmo Lehtonen—Andrzej Florkowski (eds) Families of Food, Jyväskylä-Poznan, 2010.
Imagines Memoriae In Beatrix Cs. Lengyel—Eva Fisli (eds) Tablecloth. From Family
Photos to the Views of Family, Budapest, 2010
La Chine d’hier par /China, yesterday by/ Ergy Landau. Hungarian Institute, Paris. April-June 2013
Robert Capa / In Motion; Municipal Museum of Art, Györ, Hungary, October 2011-January 2012
Views of Kertész. André Kertész and Hungary, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, 30 September—31 December 2011 (co-curator with Emöke Tomsics)
Metropolian Icons. Paris and New York without Kertész, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, 24 June-26 June 2011 (co-curator with Emöke Tomsics)
Robert Capa:H/arcok at the Szombathely Art Gallery, Szombathely, 27 January – 5 March 2011
André Kertész Retrospective, exhibition organized by the Jeu de Paume, Paris in collaboration with the Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, 29 September – 31 December 2011
Coordination of SETSE-project in Hungary (Seeing European Culture Through a Stranger’s Eye), a collaboration of 8 countries with the exchange of 8 photographers in 2009-2010 www.setse.eu
Hidden Routes (Budapest by “blind people”). Project for the Subjective Budapest Maps exhibition in Galeria Centralis, OSA Archives, Budapest, 20 October—2 December 2010 (with Júlia Róbert and Piroska Varga)
“Pavés”. Violent and Symbolic Occupations of Space in 1968, exhibition at the former Akku Cultural Center, Budapest, 5 February–5 March 2009