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|Biography||The feelings I illustrate on the canvas vary according to my moods, reaching the peak and then sliding down gradually to the depression and emotional deepness itself. This conflict and contradiction that I always try to visualize on my paintings, shows that every feeling is a mixture of its opposite, and thus you can never find reconciliation in them, you just accept their existence.
As concerns the methods for my painting, let me just say that I am only the tool of the feelings I want to highlight and painting is the best way for me to do it, consequently I play only a minor role in the whole process, where the impressions take the main role.
I have already had several exhibitions, mainly abroad. Beside that many reproductions have been made of my paintings and some of them have been used as illustrations in books.
|Interests||Art, Movies/Cinema, Performing Arts, Restaurants/Eating out, Traveling, Wine tasting
|Heroes||"All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up." -Pablo Picasso
Hungarian Spirit - Contemporary Art Exhibition
27-31 May, 2009
J-Trip Art Gallery
The Rows Daikanyama 2F, 2-3 Daikanyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0034, Japan.
From 27 to 31 May, 2009 the following painters will be representing the Hungarian contemporary art in Tokyo, Japan:
Ildikó ALE - Tamás BEREGSZÁSZY - Zoltán CSERNÁK - Júlia DÁVID - Viktória HATVANY - Tamás István HORVÁTH - Vivien KABAR - Gábor KRÜZSELY - Péter SÜKÖSD - Alexa SZLÁVICS - Mariann VENCZÁK - Györgyi VISZMEG
The reason for the exhibition is that we celebrate the 140th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Hungary and Japan this year. The exhibition will be therefore opened by the Hungarian ambassador to Japan.
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