ARTIST BIO

 

By extending the macro- and microspheres almost to their endpoints, the scope of the works of art is enlarged and their competence is extended. An almost universal ‘landscape’ is unfolding before our eyes, extending, on the one hand, deeply back into time (following the succession chain of fossils–hydrocarbon–energy–velocity–light), while on the other ascending into the cosmic space engulfing the Earth in its entirety to finally come to a standstill at the frontiers of our present-day knowledge, at individual signs of our capabilities of abstraction, such as the icosahedron of the Dymaxion map (following the succession chain of nature observation–mathematics–astronomy–universe theories). Metaphorically speaking, the paintings – drawn together and embedded into an installation – depict ‘landscapes’ that seem to reflect mankind’s spatial and temporal abstractions, including spiritual signs, procedures, ethical and moral consequences.  

CV



 Born 1975 Budapest

 Citizenship: Hungarian

 email:csiburaska75@gmail.hu


Education

1999 Diploma University of Fine Arts, Budapest MKE

1999-2000 Postgraduate student University of Fine Arts, Budapest MKE

2005-2008 DLA Master School of Fine PTE

Solo Exhibitions

2021   save as...   

Ffrindiau Gallery Budapest

2020  The skin of Earth  NeonGallery  Budapest

2018    " In the nymph stage... ” /  Fészek Gallery / Budapest

2018. Pop up /Rem Phases /Drei Raben

2017 "Resonance" Fuga, Architectural Center, Budapest

2016 "Gloaming period" Galeria NEON, Budapest  https://issuu.com/elnfree/docs/balkon-2016-2/5

2015 Residency program Budapest Gallery   Wien / 1month 

2014"Elementary particles"‎Museum Kiscell / Municipal Gallery, Budapest

2014 Residency UAE  Gallery Abudhabi Art HUB/ exhibition

2012"NGC 7293"Rumbach Synagogue, Budapest

2011 Galerie Le Halle, Paris

 „Дежавю”Fészek Artists’ Club, Budapest

2010„Out of Africa” Virag Judit Gallery, Budapest

2009  „Happy Hunting Grounds” Virag Judit Gallery, Budapest

2007 Virág Judit Gallery, Budapest

Raiffeisen Gallery, Budapest

2005 Secco Gallery, Budapest

2003 U Gallery, Helsinki


Selected Collective Exhibitions:


2017Jóvoltából- Fészek Gallery- Budapest

2015 Fén(ny)elvek Kepes Institut Gallery - Eger-Hungary 

2015."More LIGHT!" New Budapest Gallery,Whale, Budapest - 


2012. „Made in Wunderland” Virag Judit Gallery, Budapest-Berlin –

„The Trial” LigetGallery, Budapest–


2011."Budapest Berlin 20" Hungarian Embassy in Berlin

 "Paper panorama"Virag Judit Gallery, Budapest

"Budapest flow"Virag Judit Gallery, Budapest


2010. The second annual selection of the KOGART Contemporary Art Collection


2009."The World According To…" New York, Hungarian Cultural Center

Warsaw, Hungarian Cultural Center

U Gallery, Helsinki 

 "NOW" – 


2008.  groupe exhibition Virag Judit Gallery, Budapest

„Outter Space” Virag Judit Gallery’s painters, Pecs

Virag Judit Contemporary Gallery is on Budapest Art Fair


2007 „Independent Painting” Virag Judit Gallery, Budapest

 „Fresh Painting” Virag Judit Gallery, Budapest

French Institute, Budapest

2004 One-Weeker Kunsthalle, Budapest

2003 MEO Art Fair 2003, Budapest

2002   „ We choose yellow rather than bluish-white”  APA! Gallery / Ateliers Pro Arts Gallery, Budapest

2001 Gallery Dovin, Budapest

1999 Vác, Gallery of the Greek Temple

1998 „Black money” Polish Institute, Budapest

1998. Hungarian Institute, Berlin, Germany

1997. „K” AS CHIMÉRA Art Gallery of Szombathely




  






 
Dymaxion8.jpg


In the meantime I made light and movement based works

 I would call this a sketch of physical meta-existence. 
By extending the macro- and microspheres almost to their endpoints, the scope of the works of art is enlarged and their competence is extended. An almost universal ‘landscape’ is unfolding before our eyes, extending, on the one hand, deeply back into time (following the succession chain of fossils–hydrocarbon–energy–velocity–light), while on the other ascending into the cosmic space engulfing the Earth in its entirety to finally come to a standstill at the frontiers of our present-day knowledge, at individual signs of our capabilities of abstraction, such as the icosahedron of the Dymaxion map (following the succession chain of nature observation–mathematics–astronomy–universe theories). Metaphorically speaking, the paintings – drawn together and embedded into an installation – depict ‘landscapes’ that seem to reflect mankind’s spatial and temporal abstractions, including spiritual signs, procedures, ethical and moral consequences. However, if one views the works of the four cycles as a coherent whole, one can also regard them to be the single pages of a journal of nature research, in which elements of the raw physical world are layered with the intellectual facts of interpretation.