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Newly published video

Friday November 25th, 2016

Check out Resident Art Budapest’s first video material and enjoy the feeling of our contemporary art tours through the city! Have an art trip!

Check out Resident Art Budapest’s first video material and enjoy the feeling of our contemporary art tours through the city! Have an art trip!

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High, deep, limited − Csilla Bondor’s exhibition

Tuesday November 22nd, 2016

Cut-around image of wavering boats in front of a white wall. Ladders, high-stand, tub, water-well, chair… the puritan objects of a peasant house turned into images almost escape the plain. With her work overarching dimensions CsillaBondor elevates the most mundane objects in her art so that the piece transmits first of all timelessness and eternity while the represented objects reserve their puritan immediacy. CsillaBondor, who started as a graphic designer […]

Cut-around image of wavering boats in front of a white wall. Ladders, high-stand, tub, water-well, chair… the puritan objects of a peasant house turned into images almost escape the plain. With her work overarching dimensions CsillaBondor elevates the most mundane objects in her art so that the piece transmits first of all timelessness and eternity while the represented objects reserve their puritan immediacy. CsillaBondor, who started as a graphic designer and later turned to painting, is more and more intrigued lately by the personal stories appearing in installations, which she realizes through utilizing universal symbols and usually integrating the space of the exhibition into the work of art itself.

Opening: 24 November 2016, 7 pm – Resident Art Budapest Showroom (Andrássy Avenue 33., 1061 Budapest)

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The third issue of Artlocator magazine is published

Thursday November 3rd, 2016

The latest issue of Artlocator magazine focuses on artists and designers who have deep and balanced relationship with nature. We Recommend you the interview entitled Expanded medium with visual artist Csilla Bondor made by our gallery manager János Schneller. Csilla Bondor opens her solo exhibition on 24th of November 2016 in the Resident Art Budapest Showroom. Artlocator magazine focuses on contemporary art, on young Hungarian artists, and as well as their works […]

The latest issue of Artlocator magazine focuses on artists and designers who have deep and balanced relationship with nature. We Recommend you the interview entitled Expanded medium with visual artist Csilla Bondor made by our gallery manager János Schneller. Csilla Bondor opens her solo exhibition on 24th of November 2016 in the Resident Art Budapest Showroom.

Artlocator magazine focuses on contemporary art, on young Hungarian artists, and as well as their works it presents current trends and tendencies in art. As well as art it offers an insight into other branches of visual culture, including current events in design and fashion, and tells readers about the most notable Hungarian actors in the given field.

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Resident Art Showroom guide – V.

Tuesday August 16th, 2016

As is a used drawing desk or a found drawer board were exhibited in front of us. It is fooling of the eye similar to an altar from middle ages we can see a surface of a fiber bord with an accidental tear or split on a worn out drawing board – it is a contemporary painting. Benjamin Nagy often transforms daily articles for personal use into pieces of art […]

As is a used drawing desk or a found drawer board were exhibited in front of us. It is fooling of the eye similar to an altar from middle ages we can see a surface of a fiber bord with an accidental tear or split on a worn out drawing board – it is a contemporary painting. Benjamin Nagy often transforms daily articles for personal use into pieces of art and approaches them from a different perspective. But this time he dosen’t transform the object but he turns the process round and creates the illusion of the worn out object. In the artificial homogenous wooden surface a plenty of random details can be found so this way we can discover the multiplicity and partial in the completeness, and in the common the extraordinary. It is not accidental that the painters choice was an object which plays a main role in the artistic process.

[Benjamin Nagy: Surface – acrylic, canvas; 70×100 cm, 2016.]

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Resident Art Showroom guide – IV.

Saturday July 16th, 2016

A calm riverbank without any figures. Peaceful, equal light-environment, a stillness before the storm. The abandoned landscape could be similar to this millieu when nobody is looking at it, and nobody is walking among its trees. The grey sky is reflected on the surface of the water and paint it grey or the other way round the wather is reflected in the sky and makes the clouds grey. The meeting […]

A calm riverbank without any figures. Peaceful, equal light-environment, a stillness before the storm. The abandoned landscape could be similar to this millieu when nobody is looking at it, and nobody is walking among its trees. The grey sky is reflected on the surface of the water and paint it grey or the other way round the wather is reflected in the sky and makes the clouds grey. The meeting of the reed and trees in front of the grey homogenous layer splits the surface of the painting in such a sculptoresc way that we can almost feel the sharp leaves of the reed on our skin, and we almost hear the smooth whispering of the poplar trees. The landscape-like feeling and the depth of space is created by the smart use of the painterly tools. Although the upper and the lower part of the painting is painted with the same grey nuance, the painter dosen’t use tonicity or shades, still the scenery gives us a spacious feeling and the landscape appears in our mind. Apparently Zsolt Varga creates his paintings based on our prelearned schemes and confronts us with our visual preconceptions.

[Zsolt Varga: “444205” – acrylic, wooden board; 42×44 cm, 2015.]

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