Art+Text Budapest presents a solo exhibition on one of the greatest masters of metaphysical Hungarian painting, Tamás Soós (1955). Præfiguratio, the gallery’s first exhibit dedicated to Soós, features selected works from the artist’s oeuvre spanning over four decades and blends familiar themes with hitherto unseen early works, large-scale oil paintings with conceptual photographs as well as sculptures realised in various materials.
Dimora Artica presents Body Ache, an exhibition by Andrea Barbagallo. The show it’s focused on the obsessive reproduction of the human body made through the use of technology.
Group show featuring Szilvia Bolla, Dániel Helyes, Zsófia Jauernik, Tamás Pál and Renáta Pintérová at the Eleven Blokk in Budapest.
Interior and the collectors occupied several spaces of hotel Amigo during Artbrussels art fair. This group show in a luxury hotel pursues one of our constant issue of inhabited space as exhibition space in another context and other constraints.
The project Daze and Ornament is moved by the aim of dwelling upon the ornament presence in contemporary art by analysing the work of artists that exploit its features with different intents.
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