Andrea Kalinová

Healing Waters, 2014-2016, photo

Forsaken Utopias

Budapest Gallery

1036 Budapest, Lajos utca 158.

20 September – 29 October 2017

Curator:

Pia JARDI

Exhibiting artists:

Andrea KALINOVÁ

Moni K. HUBER

Csaba NEMES

Opening: 19 September 2017, (Tuesday) 5 pm

Introductory remarks :

Pia Jardí

curator, Vienna

Opening speech by:

Wolfgang Schneider

art mediator, Vienna

“The architectural space comes alive only when in contact with perceived human presence.”

Tadao Ando

Moni K. Huber

Hotelruine Haludovo #3/, 2015, oil, paper on canvas, 140 × 190 cm

The landscapes by Moni K. Huber, Andrea Kalinová and Csaba Nemes represent architecture, in different languages, as a synthesis between individual memory–a subjective experience that can produce feelings like melancholia or nostalgia for an irrecoverable past–and collective memory consisting of political, economic and social events.
Landscapes that combine nature and architecture, past and present and discover the beauty of the ephemeral.
All this makes us think that the architecture reflects History and that the different narratives constructing History overlap.

Pia Jardí, curator

Csaba Nemes

Gypsy Family Next to Their New House, 2009, oil on canvas, 200 × 200 cm

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