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ARTE FIERA - Márta Czene's solo show


We are pleased to announce that the INDA Gallery will participate in the ARTE FIERA art fair in Bologna with the exhibition of Márta Czene, and we would like to invite you cordially.

ARTE FIERA, 29/01 - 01/02, 2016

Pad. 32 Stand A/22!

http://www.artefiera.it/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=813&cod=91340










Figur | Struktur
STRABAG | Artcollection | Artaward
10. November 2015 bis 12. Februar 2016

RLB Kunstbrücke Innsbruck

Eröffnung: Montag, 9.11.2015, 19:00 Uhr

Bernard Ammerer, Daryoush Asgar, Bernhard Buhmann, Sevda Chkoutova, Mária Corejová, Márta Czene, Svenja Deininger, Cristina Fiorenza, Sonja Gangl, Michela Ghisetti, Aurelia Gratzer, Bertram Hasenauer, Moni K. Huber, Peter Jellitsch, Gurdun KmapL, Anna Khodorkovskaya, Bernd Koller, Moussa Kone, Philip Patkowitsch, Micha Payer & Martin Gabriel, Drago Persic, Birgit Pleschberger, Markus Proschek, Christian Schwarzwald, Deborah Sengl, Eva Wagner, Clemens Wolf.

http://www.rlb-kunstbruecke.at/page.cfm?vpath=rlb-kunstbruecke-innsbruck&snippetmode=detail&genericpageid=105













UNSETTLED AFFAIRS OF WOMEN

Exhibition | 4 December 2015 - 22 January 2016, 18:00

Exhibiting artists: Emese Benczúr | Eszter Biró | Borbála Blahó | Mária Chilf | Márta Czene | Marianne Csáky | Lili Cseh | Ágnes Eperjesi | Andrea Fajgerné Dudás | Viola Fátyol | Luca Gőbölyös | Viktória Hitka | Mariann Imre | Patrícia Jagicza | Patrícia Kaliczka | Zsófia Keresztes | Anna Kiss | Olga Kocsi | Zsuzsa Moizer | Ágnes Éva Molnár | Kriszta x-T Nagy | Noémi Páhi-Fekete | Eszter Ágnes Szabó | Hajnalka Tarr | Kata Tranker | Villő Turcsány | Ágnes Verebics

The group exhibition entitled Unsettled Affairs of Women focuses on the female actors of the contemporary Hungarian art scene. Through the curatorial selection that deliberately concentrates on emerging and mid-career artists of different genres the exhibition aims to examine the various aspects and tones of the so-called female/feminine artistic attitude. It also intends to highlight the complexity of the topic and the possible approaches that could emerge within this context.

While a thematic group of the selection has an elemental relation to gender issues and some sort of essential femininity, other works represent a more delicate and distinct attitude towards artistic processes. Through the juxtaposition and interference of the different artistic reflections and relations the exhibition provides a survey of the most relevant aspects of women's art while leaving the question open for further discourse.



Curator: Barbara Dudás, art historian

Vernissage: December 4, 2015, 6 p.m.

Opening speech by: Márta Patak writer, translator



Visiting hours: Monday to Saturday from 10 am. to 6 pm.

Free admission!



Institute of Contemporary Art - Dunaújváros, Vasmű street 12.










Budapest Gallery
1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 158.



Zsolt TIBOR: sorry, 2015, charcoal, acrylic, aquarelle, oil pastel, paper



Memory Lake

Artists: BALÁZS ANTAL | MÁRTA CZENE | MARIANNE CSÁKY | GRUPPO TÖKMAG | OLÍVIA KOVÁCS | ZSUZSA MOIZER | MÁRK PÁLYI – JUDIT FISCHER | KÁROLY SOÓS – BORBÁLA LUCA SÁRAI | ESZTER SZABÓ | LILLA SZÁSZ | ZSOLT TIBOR | JÚLIA VÉCSEI

Poets: RENÁTÓ FEHÉR | JUDIT HEVESI | MÁTYÁS SIROKAI | BALÁZS SZŐLLŐSSY | PÉTER ZÁVADA

Opening speech by art historian KATALIN AKNAI

18 September 2015, Friday 6:30 pm

Curators: art historians KINGA BÓDI and ZSÓFIA FARKAS

On view until 18 October 2015, open daily except Mondays, 12 pm to 8 pm.

http://budapestgaleria.hu/_/en/2015-exhibitions/memory-lake/ LEARN MORE
















Budapest Gallery
1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 158.

CREATION-WORKS

Opening speech by art historian Mónika Zombori
22 January 2015, Thursday 5 pm

Curator: Zsuzsanna Szegedy-Maszák


Marianne Csáky: M-L-R Models for The Great Wall, 2013, photograph, 40x30 cm

On view until 8 March 2015, open daily except Mondays, 10 am to 6 pm

PRESS

Budapest Galéria | 1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 158. I (+36 1) 388 6784
www.budapestgaleria.hu | https://www.facebook.com/pages/Budapest-Gal%C3%A9ria/221070257903108








New Budapest Gallery
Bálna | 1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 11–12.

Opening speech by
ERNŐ MAROSI, art historian
on Thursday, 18 December 2014, 6 pm

On view until 1 March 2014, open daily
except Mondays, 10 am to 6 pm

PRESS

Új Budapest Galéria (ÚBG), 1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 11–12.
Budapest Galéria | 1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 158. | +36 1 388 6784
www.budapestgaleria.hu/uj | info@budapestgaleria.hu










INDA Gallery cordially invites you to

FADE-IN

CZENE MÁRTA
exhibition



Opening speech by:
László Márton writer

Wednesday, 5th November, 2014 at 6 p.m.

Curator:
Brigitta Muladi

Átmenet/Fade-In, the exhibition at Inda Gallery, presents the latest works of Márta Czene. This time, beside her paintings, the public is also introduced to her recent drawings, photos and videos. For the exhibition Inda Gallery, the National Cultural Fund of Hungary (NKA) and the King Saint Stephen Museum of Székesfehérvár are also publishing a 120-page catalogue covering her entire work from 2010 to 2014. This publication, edited by Brigitta Muladi, also contains two essays by Sándor Hornyik and Dávid Fehér.








Holnap este megnyitjuk az FKSE idei éves kiállítását a Gólyában!
Szerdától október 19-ig pedig látható lesz a kiállítás különböző budapesti helyszíneken.

Megnyitó:
Időpont: 2014. szept. 30., 21h
A legtöbb - az FKSE hagyományőrző éves kiállítása - megnyitó és adománygyűjtő buli
zene - Mike Nylons live + dj set
Helyszín: Gólya (1083 Budapest, Bókay János utca 34.)

Kiállítás:
Időpont: 2014. okt. 1 - 19.
56 művész, 40+ helyszín
Helyszínek: lásd: http://studio.c3.hu/alegtobb/

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1485277241726239/

Várunk mindenkit szeretettel!

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FIATAL KÉPZŐMŰVÉSZEK STÚDIÓJA EGYESÜLET
Budapest 1077, Rottenbiller u. 35.
+36 1 342 5380
+36 70 324 4748
studio@c3.hu
studio.c3.hu




















INDA Gallery cordially invites you to

DOUBLE GAME

CZENE Márta, CSÁKY Marianne, CSONTÓ Lajos, El-HASSAN Róza, FISCHER Judit, JOVIÁN György, KELLER Diána, KICSINY Balázs, KORONCZI Endre, NAVRATIL Judit, RAVASZ András, Kamen STOYANOV, SZABÓ Ádám, SZEMZŐ Zsófia



Opening speech by:
Andrea Bordács
aesthete

Tuesday, 3rd June, 2014 at 6 p.m.

Curator:
Brigitta Muladi

Statement »»

Open until:
18th July, 2014
Tuesdays to Fridays 2 p.m.-6 p.m., or by appointment
between 21 July and 5 September









Halálos természet / Deathly Nature
Naturalizmus és humanizmus a 21. század elején / Naturalism and Humanism in the Early 21st Century
2013. november 17. – 2014. február 16. / 17 November 2013 – 16 February 2014

Czene Márta, Fülöp Gábor, Győrffy László, Karácsonyi László, Kis Róka Csaba, Kovách Gergő, Máriás István aka Horror Pista, Magyarósi Éva, Moizer Zsuzsa, Nyári István, Péli Barna, Szabó Eszter, Szöllősi Géza, Verebics Ágnes

A common denominator of the works in the exhibition is the ever-changing concept of the “human”, or rather the transformations the image of human existence underwent during the 20th Century. This process has been greatly affected by the interconnected development of optics and epistemology. However, optics is not considered solely as a technological science, but rather as a technical and conceptual apparatus that at the beginning of the 21st Century depicts images of the human body and of the human soul residing in it (for instance in series such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Dexter and Lie to Me). Regarding epistemology, it is worth focusing on the discourse represented by philosophers (ranging from Michel Foucault to Katherine Hayles) that has sought ways to adapt notions of the human and humanity to the latest developments in medicine, biology, informatics and cybernetics. Nowadays this discourse is often referred to as post-humanistic, since unlike Humanism, instead of addressing the essence of the human and human nature (understood from the perspectives of biology and psychology), it centres more on boundaries and transitions, liminal dimensions and manifestations of hybridity.

Yet, the works of the exhibition are permeated more by optics than by epistemology. The art pieces reveal – and they reveal perhaps more spectacularly than anything else – which kinds of pictures and narratives the artists used when creating their heroes and, in doing so, themselves. The overture of the exhibition already conjures the world of the screen: the inspiration for Gábor Fülöp’s uncannily “realistic” UFO-children was the television series The X-Files, while Márta Czene employs the pictorial adaptation of Roman Polanski’s Repulsion to construct images of her own body and psyche. At the beginning of the exhibition, Fülöp and Czene also put into play the concept of naturalism through the visuality of wood sculptures and photographs. The optical perspective becomes even more complex in the works of Eszter Szabó and Éva Magyarósi, who use their own drawings and water colours to produce animated films with a personal tone.

Seen from the perspective of film, Ágnes Verebics’s and Zsuzsa Moizer’s paintings, which attempt to depict the physical and psychological boundaries of the self, also have Gothic overtones and remind one of Gothic novels and mystical films. Conversely, Csaba Kis Róka uses more the context of the slasher horror film than that of the psycho thriller, which he then aligns with the colourism and the body images prevalent in the painting tradition of Romanticism, while the phallic symbols of his works connect him to psychoanalytic theories. Seemingly one can connect the plastic art of Barna Péli to the world of shattered bodies as well, but like the “customers” of Eszter Szabó, his deformed figures scrutinize the effects exerted by capitalist dynamics on the human subject. One can trace a more playful and at the same time more aestheticized approach to the same question in the works of Gergő Kovách, but his humanoid animals are just as spectral as Verebics’s compositions or Géza Szöllősi’s at once absurd and horrifying specimens.

Concepts of humankind accentuated in dioramas by István Máriás a.k.a. Pista Horror and László Karácsonyi also oscillate on the verge of humour and horror, as these artists investigate age-old questions of human nature from a mythological as well as from a paleontological perspective. Karácsonyi’s mythology ranges from Christian Bestiarium Vocabulums to contemporary comic books. Moreover, some of his figures also have political connotations – a feature that is characteristic of Kis Róka’s and Fülöp’s humanisms as well. From here it is only a short step to arrive at works that reflect on the concept of the author and authorship, such as some of the art pieces by István Nyári, László Győrffy and Magyarósi, who incorporate into their works direct and ironic references to the identity of the contemporary artist. And this step closes not only the exhibition, but – figuratively – also a vicious cycle, since artists investigating contemporary notions and possible positions of the human subject are compelled to face the fact that the present-day image of the subject can indeed be shaped and (de)formed through their own imaginations and characters.

Sándor Hornyik curator








Napjainkban a kortárs művészet jellemző tendenciája a test kívülről láttatása, objektív szemlélete, elidegenedett mivoltának hangsúlyozása, a kíméletlen valóság ábrázolása. A médiaipar ezzel az alkotói felfogással szemben a testet árucikként kezeli, és a tökéletességét, idealizált képét helyezi előtérbe, kizárólag a külsőségekre koncentrálva. A kiállításon bemutatott műveken a társtalan, elmagányosodott ember, a maga leplezetlen gyengeségeivel, hibáival, lelki defektusaival, testi deformitásaival kerül megörökítésre. A klasszikus művészeti hagyományokkal ellentétben az esendő test kerül előtérbe, legyen az lecsupaszított, vagy ruhába burkolt, magányos vagy társas magányban vegetáló. A kiállításra felkért művészek különböző aspektusból tárgyalják és elemzik műveiken keresztül az objektív, merész, kendőzetlen testábrázolás témakörét. A tematikus kiállítás négy szekció által nyújt bepillantást (fotó, festészet, videó, installáció) a test kortárs reprezentációjába.

Fotó: Érmezei Lili Zoé, Gőbölyös Luca, Magyar Ádám, Szász Lilla, Telek Balázs

Festészet: Czene Márta, Fehér László, Jovián György, Verebics Ágnes, Verebics Katalin

Video: Katarzyna Kozira, Kim Corbisier, Mátrai Erik

Installáció: Vincze Ottó, Vinkler Zsuzsi








Photos of the exhibition in Rome:



Room 1: Gábor Szenteleki / Lőrinc Borsos / Márta Czene



Room 2: Erik Mátrai / Zsolt Asztalos



Room 3: Lilla Lőrinc / János Borsos / Zsolt Asztalos













Between March 28 and April 1, 2013, the INDA Gallery will participate in the ART PARIS Art Fair 2013.

We will exhibit the works of

Márta Czene

Marianne Csáky

Pista Horror

György Jovián

Balázs Kicsiny

Henrik Martin

Stoyanov Kamen

Ádám Szabó

Zsófia Szemző

ART PARIS 2012
55 avenue Kléber 75116 Paris – France
www.artparis.fr

All are welcome!

For more information:









ArtMarket Budapest 2012



This year INDA Gallery participates again in the international contemporary art fair ArtMarket Budapest 2012 from 8th to 11th November.

You are welcome at our stand G108 /Millenáris, B Ground floor.

Artists exhibited: Márta CZENE // Marianne CSÁKY // Pista HORROR // Balázs KICSINY // Henrik MARTIN // András RAVASZ // Péter SOMODY // Ádám SZABÓ // Lilla SZÁSZ

Opening hours:
2012. november 8. 10-22 h
2012. november 9. 10-19 h
2012. november 10. 10-19 h
2012. november 11. 10-19 h
For more information: www.artmarketbudapest.hu














OPERE RECENTI
di MARTA CZENE


13 - 28 OTTOBRE 2012


presentazione di: LAURA GAVIOLI


Inaugurazione: SABATO 13 OTTOBRE – ore 17.00

Galleria "del Carbone"

Via del Carbone, 18/A - Ferrara
ORARIO: dal lunedì al venerdì 17.00-20.00; sabato e festivi 17.00-20.00 martedì chiuso

Inaugura SABATO 13 OTTOBRE alle ore 17.00 la Mostra personale di MARTA CZENE, giovane artista ungherese, laureata in Storia dell'Arte all'Università Eötvös Loránd di Budapest. Dodici recenti opere ad olio e acrilico su tavola dell’’artista sono state selezionate per le sale della Galleria del Carbone dalla curatrice della mostra Laura Gavioli.

La rassegna, che rimarrà in parete fino al 28 ottobre 2012 ha il patrocinio della Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Ferrara e sarà visitabile con i seguenti orari: dal lunedì al venerdì dalle 17.00 alle 20.00 - sabato e festivi dalle 11.00 alle 12.30 e dalle 17.00 alle 20.00 - chiuso al martedì.







Laura Gavioli about the exhibition (teleromagna)

Photos of the opening:











Dear Friends and Visitors,

This year, we participate in the contemporary art fair viennafair for the fourth time.
Booth Nr. E21

We invite you to book presentation of Lilla Szász: Daughters
at 6 p.m. on 22th September
speech by: József Mélyi

The artists at viennafair:
Márta Czene, Marianne Csáky, Kamen Stoyanov, Lilla Szász

For more information: http://www.viennafair.at/exhibitors/neupage-2/

Messe Wien, Hall A, Entrance A
Messeplatz 1
1020 Wien
www.viennfair.at















Tradition reconsidered

The Gyula Derkovits Art Scholarship holders’ assessment exhibition

5–22 April 2012

Ádám Albert I Borbála Blahó I János Borsos I Márta Czene I István Csákány I Marcell Esterházy I János Fodor I Gábor Fülöp I László András Hatházi I Roland Horváth I Nemere Kerezsi I Lilla Khoór I Endre Kis I Rita Koralevics I Eszter Korcsmár I Gergely László I Marcell Németh I Ádám Rolik I Eszter Sipos I Katalin Soós I Szabolcs Süli-Zakar I Eszter Szabó I Éva Eszter Szabó I Klára Petra Szabó I Szilvia Takács I Angelika Tóth I

The display is complemented with the portraits of the exhibitors made by photographer Zaid Sethi.

We cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition in Ernst Museum on Thursday, 5 April, 2012 at 6 pm.

Curator: József Készman

Opening speech: Márk Radics, president of FKSE (Association of Young Artists) Pál Gerber, artist







Between March 29 and April 1, 2012, the INDA Gallery will participate in the ART PARIS Art Fair 2012.

We will exhibit the works of Kim Corbisier, Márta Czene, Marianne Csáky, Zsófia Fáskerti, György Jovián, Endre Koronczi, Henrik Martin, Ádám Szabó, Lilla Szász and Zsófia Szemző.

ART PARIS 2012
55 avenue Kléber 75116 Paris – France
www.artparis.fr

All are welcome!

For more information:



On the occasion of the Art Fair my painting was shown in Beaux Arts Magazine. The article can be read here.



Hungarian Bath Life exhibition in Vienna















The exhibition on Facebook

Photos of the exhibition

About the exhibition on KultúrPart

About the exhibition on Artportal

About the exhibition on Prae.hu

Pelesek Dóra: "Változtass gyönyörűvé! I." in.: Balkon 2011/2.

Pelesek Dóra: "Változtass gyönyörűvé! II." in.: Balkon 2011/4.





Photos of the exhibition:



Photos of the opening:



Das Strabag Kunstforum freut sich, zur
Ausstellung der Preisträgerin des Strabag Artaward International 2011,
Márta Czene, herzlich einzuladen.

The Strabag Artforum proudly presents the actual exhibition of the winner of the
Strabag Artaward International 2011: Márta Czene

Vernissage / Opening: 8 September 2011, 18:30
Strabag Artlounge, Vienna
Donau-City-Strasse 9
1220 Wien / Vienna

Begrüßung / Salutation: Gerald Schobesberger, Strabag AG
Zum Werk / About the work: Brigitta Muladi, Kunsthistorikerin, Kuratorin
art historian, curator, Budapest

Ausstellungsdauer / Exhibition: 09.09. - 14.10.2011



Unsere inneren Bilder sind Teil der mentalen Maschinerie, die die Angst kontrolliert, sich an psychischen Verletzungen nährt, diese in Bilder transformiert und ihre Wirkung abschwächt. Dieses innere Bildrepertoire schützt uns vor zu viel Realität und materialisiert Erfahrung. Die ungarische Künstlerin Márta Czene verbindet realistische Auffassung und Momentaufnahmen mit inneren Bildern, deren projizierte Gestaltungsformen sich oft auf Filme beziehen. Ihre künstlerischen Bestrebungen führen zur Ausführung eines totalen Realismus – lebendige Bilder, die der eklektischen, vernetzten Methode unserer Wahrnehmung der täglichen Realität am nächsten kommen. Deren letzte Interpretation wird dem Publikum überlassen. Brigitta Muladi, Kunsthistorikerin, Budapest

Our inner images are part of the mental machinery that controls fear, feeds on psychic injuries, transforms them into images and lessens their effect. This inner image set protects us from too much reality, and materializes experience. The Hungarian artist Márta Czene mixes realistic perception and the pictures of moments with these inner images whose projected forms draw upon films. Her efforts lead her to create total realism, vivid pictures that are the closest to the eclectic, linked method of our perception of everyday reality, and its final interpretation is given by the audience. Brigitta Muladi, art historian, Budapest

Strabag Kunstforum
A-1220 Wien, Donau-City-Str. 9

Tel.: +43 1 22422/1848
Fax.:+43 1 22422/1847
email: kunstforum@strabag.com
www.strabag-kunstforum.at





www.mng.hu
Blog of the exhibition





Das Strabag Kunstforum freut sich, zur Verleihung
des Strabag Artaward International 2011
(Teilnehmerländer: Österreich, Tschechien, Slowakei, Ungarn) herzlich einzuladen.

Nominiert sind:

Kim Corbisier H
Márta Czene H
Cristina Fiorenza A
Jakub Hošek CZ
Svätopluk Mikyta SK

Preisvergabe: Donnerstag, 30.06.2011, 18:30 Uhr
Artlounge im Strabag Haus
Donau-City-Strasse 9, 1220 Wien

Begrüßung: Barbara Baum, Strabag Kunstforum
Zu den Künstlern: Barnabás Bencsik, Direktor des Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest

Preisvergabe:Dr. Hans Peter Haselsteiner
Vorstandsvorsitzender der Strabag SE

Ausstellungsdauer: 01.07. - 02.09.2011
Zur Ausstellung erscheint ein Katalog in deutscher und englischer Sprache.

Weitere Informationen: Einladung/ Presse unter:
http://www.strabag-kunstforum.at/artaward.php?lang=de



STRABAG ARTAWARD INTERNATIONAL 2011

Award Ceremony / Vernissage: 30 June 2011, 18:30
Artlounge, Strabag Headoffice, Vienna
Donau-City-Strasse 9, 1220 Wien

We would like to invite you cordially to the award ceremony and the exhibition
of the prize-winning works. The Strabag Kunstforum announces the five artists who have been
short listed for the Strabag Artaward international 2011.
Nominated for the award are:

Kim Corbisier H
Márta Czene H
Cristina Fiorenza A
Jakub Hošek CZ
Svätopluk Mikyta SK

Welcome: Barbara Baum, Strabag Kunstforum
About the artists: Barnabás Bencsik, Direktor des Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest

Presentation of prizes: Hans Peter Haselsteiner
Chairman of the Board, STRABAG SE

Exhibition of the prize-winning works (catalogue): 01.07. - 02.09.2011

The Strabag Artaward International art subsidy prize of Strabag SE for painting and drawing is one of the largest grants from an Austrian company for the visual arts. From 2009 until 2011, artists from Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia are eligible to participate. It is to be understood as a recognition for outstanding individual artistic performance and is intended for the younger generation of artists up to the age of forty who seek to bring their works closer to an audience from the worlds of art and economics.

Further informations, pressrelease:
http://www.strabag-kunstforum.at/artaward.php?lang=de















EXHIBITION OF THE GYULA DERKOVITS SCHOLARSHIP 2010 GRANTEES

Albert Ádám, Batykó Róbert, Czene Márta, Cseh Lili, Csákány István, Dénes Ágnes Dóra, Esterházy Marcell, Fa Marianna, Fodor János, Földi Gergely, Fülöp Gábor, Germán Fatime, Hatházi László András, Horváth Dániel, Horváth Roland, Horváth Tibor, Khoór Lilla, Kis Róka Csaba, Kis Endre, Koralevics Rita, Kristóf Krisztián, Loránt Anikó, Erzsébet, Pintér Balázs, Sipos Eszter, Süli-Zakar Szabolcs, Szabó Eszter, Szabó Éva Eszter, Szörényi Beatrix Judit, Takács Szilvia, Tarr Hajnalka

9 Apil - 29 May 2011

Műcsarnok cordially invites you and your friends to the opening of the end-of-term exhibition of the grantees of the Gyula Derkovits Scholarship 2010 on 8 April 2011, Friday at 7 p.m. at the Ernst Museum.

Opening speech by artist Miklós Erhardt
Curator: Marianna Mayer
Supporters: Ministry of National Resources, MMIKL, Perla Harghitei












21 giovani artisti ungheresi: Róbert Csáki, József Csató, Márta Czene, Balázs Duronelly, Imre Elek, Mózes Incze, Attila Condor, Adrián Kupcsik, Andrea Papageorgiu, Péter Párkányi, Judit Rita Rabóczky, Krisztian Sándor, Eszter Sipos, Dorottya Szabó, Szanyi Borbála, Gábor Szenteleki, Attila Szücs, Márton Takáts, Laszló Taubert, Agnes Toth e Ágnes Verebics.

Website of the exhibition

Photos of the opening:







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