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RÓBERT PELLES

Pelles turned his back on his flourishing carrier as a graphic designer from one day to the other, when in 1996 he chose fine arts. His early works were primarily the subjective renditions of his own visual experiences, such as special aspects of cities and human figures. After a long time of ripening, he arrived to the pictorial universe what he calls ‘free abstraction’. However, the interpretation of human feelings and gestures and their conceptualization without naturalist features still comes back in a couple works of his. An instinctive artist, he creates his canvases with great intensity from layer to layer without using sketches, which are ultimately made unmistakeable by a sensitive colourism and characteristic formal features. Besides his Hungarian...

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ÉVA KUN

"I was wondering what can be said about true art that applies without taking into account genres? The answer lies in the question: TRUE. The rest is ‘only’ a matter of talent. Genre is the instrument we use to convey it. My ‘instrument’ is ceramics, which is a love of my life since childhood, and which I still do with the same passion. I like its versatility, that it offers so many options, ranging from the colours of painting through the plastic force of sculpture to the modesty of a simple pot, with the purpose of leaving a mark from ourselves and, if possible, serve those, who find something in it and might make their lives brighter and more beautiful.”...

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ERNŐ TÓTH

Tóth’s works are inspired by humour and satire. He pursued his studies at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts as well as in France, the USA and the Netherlands. His masters were Szilárd Iván, Jenő Barcsay and László Patay. His works are kept in numerous Hungarian public collections, e.g. Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest; Mihály Munkácsy Museum, Békéscsaba; Janus Pannonius Museum, Pécs. His works of art are also displayed in private collections in the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Japan, Canada, Great Britain, Russia, Switzerland and Taiwan. He is a member of several art societies and associations, including the Hungarian Painters’ Society, the DunapART Art Society and the Hungarian Association of Fine Arts. He was awarded several times on national and...

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