IN THE FOCUS…

Our new series IN THE FOCUS

On every second monday we are planning to introduce one Masterpiece of our Artists.

Zsófi Máté Bachelor of Arts student writes short description about the Masterpieces.

 

Standing in front of an almost two meters high and three meters wide canvas, we usually get confused, try to see the details and the whole at once. On Imre Barna Balázs’s Flux … the system of pulsating gestures simply lets us into the painting. We are too close to stay away.

The streaks of colourful gestures weigh heavily, float effortless, or wreathe mysteriously on the surface. They get in interaction, frame eachother. Cold and warm colours trigger incompatible feelings, and create total, pure order in us and also on the painting.

On the masterpiece by Imre Barna Balázs the moitonless moves and the unimaginable becomes visible, perceptible.

 

Imre Barna Balázs – Flux 57 (190×290cm, oil on canvas, 2013)

 

bib flux57 eng

 

 

 

We are preparing to the exhibition PERCEPTIONS

Opening: 20. september 2013. (friday) 18h

 

The Master and the Disciple

Exhibition of László Gyémánt and Boglárka Nagy.

Opening: 21. oktober 2013. 19h

 

László Gyémánt, painter is our gallery’s significant artist and an important figure of hungarian contemporary art. He spent the major part of his career in London and Vienna, and became internationally acknowledged. After the fall of the Berlin wall he has returned to Hungary where he kept on working, his oeuvre is growingly condescended by his experiences of the journeys to America. In the last two years he started working with the graduated artist, Boglárka Nagy. Gyémánt’s representationalism has a vast effect on the the young painter’s works. The master’s presence is appreciable in every brushstroke, while the fresh voice of the student is constantly developing. On the present exhibition, called „The Master and the disciple” László Gyémánt shares the gallery spaces with Boglárka Nagy. They’ll be attending with works concerning basically different subjects, in which their technique unfolds the professionnal and intellectual fellowship of master and disciple.

Gyémánt László and Nagy Boglárka 1  Gyémánt László and Nagy Boglárka