Péter Puklus (1980) shows a selection of his newest works adapted to the space of Trafó Gallery. Puklus, born in Cluj-Napoca, graduated at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest, is a pioneer figure of his generation which started experimenting with the intersections of photography, sculpture and installation-art. It is also part of his multi-layered artistic agenda to publish his photo-series in different artist book formats.
Barna Péli as a sculptor is highly committed to anthropocentrism, where his composition of figures as active, ethical agents are always articulated in relation to interpersonal nexus or group dynamics. The body horror-esque aesthetics represents the power situation within these relations, which in an absence of a well-designed surface unveil the ugliness of reality as it is.
Koelnmesse and the Association of German Galleries and Fine Art Dealers are delighted to announce that the winner of this year’s ART COLOGNE Prize is the prominent and committed art collector Julia Stoschek. The award ceremony with invited guests will be held in Cologne’s Historic Town Hall at 10.00 a.m. on Thursday, 19 April 2018.
With this exhibition centred around counter-hegemonic images of manhood Brousil and Puklus enter an imaginary battlefield. Raising questions about the nature of the modern man, which is the leitmotiv of the show, is general on the one hand, while on the other it is anchored in the personal experience of the artists.
Arcadia Missa will be moving the majority of its gallery operations to Soho, London.After 4 years as a project space and a further 3 as a commercial gallery it is time to work in a different space, and a different location. We will open with an exhibition by New Noveta in April.
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