To Adjust the Default Settings
The Common Zone of Painting and Digitality-Influenced Imagery

|2020-11-05T20:32:07+02:002020. november 3.|Art Today||

Orsolya Lia Vető
The traditionally slow genre of painting is capable of challenging the inhumanly fast circulation of digital imagery. Painting interacts with the digital by appropriating, and formally codifying its heterogeneous and ephemeral visual experiences. While utopian notions of the correlation between the human and the machine are becoming blurred, the digital is restructured as something increasingly real and thus permeating the nervous system of contemporary painting.

Ákos Ezer’s one-man show at Art+Text Budapest Gallery

|2018-09-18T09:19:10+02:002018. szeptember 18.|Art Today||

Patrick Nicholas Tayler
Ákos Ezer’s current exhibition presents the artists’ most recent artworks that depict the reoccurring motif of the stumbling man. The methods which Ezer uses to construct his paintings are partly inspired by the technical tools of kitsch, neo-expressionistic figurative tendencies and digital modelling. These form an inherent part of the discourse surrounding contemporary painting and also define Ezer as an artist deploying multiple visual strategies.