by Paul D’Agostino Dumitru Gorzo's new body of paintings, an exquisite and compositionally electric series the Brooklyn-based artist produced while visiting a remote studio outpost in his home country Romania, evidence him taking his characteristic, indeed unmistakable mark-making into formal territories as relatively uncharted as the isolated, mountainous landscapes that surrounded him as he worked.
The Installations of Endre Koronczi by Anica Rudolf The wind blows where it wants to blow. It picks up the discarded trash, say a plastic bag. It carries it away, tugging at it, turning it toward the sun, then puts it down then lifts it again and hangs it on a tree branch. Endre
by Gábor Pataki In 1915, nine years after the earthquake devastated San Francisco, a world’s fare was held in the city to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal (Panama-Pacific International Exhibition, abbreviated as PPIE). Just like at the other expos of the time, visual arts played a key role at the event. For the
Interview with Munkácsy Prize-winning artist Csaba Nagy about his Public Art Creations titled Organic Point and Time Planes by Anna Nagy As evidenced by the prizes you have been awarded, you are mostly known and renowned by the members of the profession as a graphic artist, and we primarily encounter woodcuts of a philosophical/meditative nature
by Gábor Kaszás The selection of the venue for Ádám Kokesch’s exhibition titled Backup is by all means to be regarded as symbolic. The memorial museum of the first Hungarian apostle of avant-garde and constructivism serves as a hot venue for presenting a collection which ultimately builds on that tradition as well. Kokesch’s well-known “technical
As in previous years, we again asked our colleagues - art historians/theorists, curators, artists and writers - what they thought about the events of the past year: Which 2015 exhibition/festival/event/initiative did you find to be most the prominent and outstanding, and why? Which 2015 exhibition/festival/event/initiative did you find to be most problematic and lowest in