The Erika Deák Gallery is delighted to present an exhibition from the latest works of József Bullás. Bullás became known in the 1980s as member of Hungarian "newpainting" movement.
Mihály Biró, Magyarország népköztársaság (People’s Voice: People’s Republic of Hungary), 1918 Lithograph and newsprint 37 x 25 inches In the wake of the First World War many artists and writers were seized by a new sense of political purpose. It is widely recognised that the events of 1917 and after galvanised revolutionary aspirations among European avant-gardes and the intelligentsia. This installation features posters by three of Hungary’s foremost graphic artists, Mihály Biró, Sándor Bortnyik and […]
András Gál, Untitled paintings March 4 – 26, 2011
Work by Hartmut Böhm. February 27 – April 24, 2011
Work by László Ottó February 18 – March 26, 2011 dr. julius | ap is pleased to present “Bilder des Anfangs” [Images of the Beginning] by Hungarian artist László Ottó, an exihibition which features recent paintings made from various shades of black pigment. The artist writes: “As a European my work is western, but at the same time I am consciously relating to East thought. Existential questions of life and death are the subject of […]
Rob List in The Figure Series June 4-27, 2010 Rob List with Melissa Cisneros, Diego Gil, Constance Neuenschwander, Olivia Reschovsky, Tjebbe Roelefs, and David Weber-Krebs Parker’s Box is delighted to announce a collaborative, interactive, performance project by Amsterdam-based artist, Rob List. Rob List’s performance work has enjoyed a constant international presence since the early nineteen-eighties despite the fact that his practice has remained particularly difficult to categorize. The work has often been seen as both […]
Melitta Nemeth, Verborgene Farben II, 2009 Acrylic on aluminium, 70 x 70 cm April 30 – June 5, 2010 Melitta Nemeth, born 1974, lives and works in Budapest, Hungary where she studied at the Academy of Fine Arts. With her latest work, the series Verborgene Farben [Hidden Colours], she attempts to expand the boundaries of painting in relation to its two-dimensionality and the use of colour, light and reflection. Highly precise geometric shapes cut out […]
Attila Csorgo, Spherical Vortex, 1999 110 x 110 cm, C-print, aluminium October 30, 2009 – January 24, 2010 Attila Csorgo is among one of the best-known Hungarian artists who has featured at prominent international exhibitions. In 1999 he represented Hungary at the Venice Biennale, in 2001 he was awarded the Munkácsy Prize, in 2003 he participated at the Istanbul Biennial and the Biennale of Sydney in 2008. The same year his work Moebius Space earned […]
Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, A 19, 1927 Oil on canvas, 80 x 96 cm Courtesy Hattula Moholy-Nagy October 8, 2009 – February 7, 2010 The Hungarian artist László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946) became known in Germany through his seminal work as a teacher at the Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar and Dessau (1923–1928) under Walter Gropius’s direction. Taking responsibility for the preliminary course and the metal workshop, he decisively informed the Constructivist and social reorientation of the Bauhaus. Interlinking art, […]
May 20 – September 13, 2009 Produced by the Open Structures Art Society (OSAS) Participating Artists: Karina Bisch, Nicholas Chardon, Attila Csorgo, Krystian Czaplicki Truth, Daniel Erdely, Pavel Hayek, Ursula Neugebauer, Franz Riedl, Axel Rohlfs, Esther Stocker & Robert Urbasek
Vasarely Museum (no web site) February 11 – April 26, 2008 Atelier OSAS Participating Artists: Tibor Gayor, Istvan Haasz, Istvan Haraszty, Katalin Hetey, Tamas Konok, Dora Maurer, Vera Molnar, Istvan Nadler & Judith Nemes. For more information about OSAS / Open Structures Art Society. A Bit of America Participating Artists: Robert Barry, Max Cole, Sol Lewitt, Robert Mangold, David Rabinowitch, James Reineking, Ed Ruscha, Richard Serra, Phil Sims, Roy Thurston, Shawn Wallis & Jerry Zeniuk.
Gal Andras, Who’s Afraid of Yellow…?, 2006 (detail) September 12 — November 2, 2008
Installation view of works by Peter Tollens, Andras Gal & Yuko Sakurai Opens May 19, 2007
May 4 — September 2, 2007 Organized by the Vitra Design Museum, this touring exhibition celebrates one of the most influential designers and architects of 20th century modernism. In Europe, Breuer is primarily known as a designer, while in the United States, he is known more as a teacher and architect. The exhibition examines both areas and is organized chronologically, thematically and by material (wood, tubular steel, aluminium and plywood).
Andras Gal, Who’s Afraid of Yellow…, 2007 Courtesy Semmelweis University, Budapest November 9, 2006 – February 3, 2007