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MINΨÓ SZERT & ANDRÁS SÓGOR


⥪ DIVIDED SPACE ⥬

at the ArtPhoto gallery 

Budapest XI. Bartók Béla u 30. 

Opening by Tamás Beregi, writer, 

Tuesday 17 October 2023 at 6 pm.

....over the years, the completely different characters of the two photographic thinkers and artists have influenced each other for years. The resulting visual world now arrives in a joint exhibition in the shared space of the ArtPhoto gallery. The artworks cover a broad spectrum of techniques and execution, from close-ups using archaic techniques to the photogram, from black and white silver bromide gelatine large format to the nowadays very common plexigraph, or more precisely a completely unique board version of it, developed and realized by the artist. In the close-ups, the anthropomorphic forms are abandoned in favour of currents and processes in depth.

 


 

My last LIGHTBIKE performance 2022 (1,30 min), click on the picture:

BTM, Budapest History Museum, Castle Museum 2022 June 25 Night of Museums.

 


> NEW WORKS by Ellen Korth, Gabriela Morawetz and Minyo Szert until january 25, 2023
> REGINA ANZENBERGER: UNDER THE APPLE TREE until january 25, 2023
Wednesday to Friday 12-18 h or by appointment.

Anzenberger gallery november 18, 2022: NEW WORKS

 

 

 


2022:

Rudolf Balogh prize

The most prestigious professional award in Hungarian photography. The Balogh Rudolf Award is a state honor that can be awarded in recognition of outstanding photographic activity.

 


 

 

The MINYÓ Szert artbook 2017,

in Hungarian and English, 4 color pressed, hard cover, 22x22 cm, 130 pages, published by A38 Nonprofit Ltd., press: HTSART, Budapest 

The album encompasses the era of the first Minyó book published in 2005, enriching the 26 representatives of cultural and artistic life, and reproducing rich color reproduction with the uniquely demanding look and content.

Graphics: Anna Végh, Edited by Andrea Szekeres, Consultant: Anikó Robitz

Available in:

Mai Manó House bookstore Budapest

ISBN bookstore,

Irók Boltja / Writers Shop,

Syrex

Ludwig Museum shop,

Art Palace, MUPA bookshop Budapest, 

 and the

Anzenberger gallery in Vienna

The book is not a unit price!