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“Phil Wagner’s practice incorporates both assemblage and sculpture, informed also by his many years of traditional painting…

Though his works are presented in frames or mounted on the wall, they have three-dimensional elements that extend or protrude. To create his pieces, Wagner typically collects debris, then repurposes and rearranges it to create his compositions… The pieces frequently appear to have elements that are askew or off-kilter and are in fact the result …

“I got tired of people not focussing on pictures themselves.” – Szabolcs Barakonyi

Erika Deák Gallery is delighted to present Szabolcs Barakonyi’s latest photo series, which was shot on crime scenes. He’s always been interested in a documentary approach to photography and the representation of the absurd nature of reality. Just as Barakonyi’s previous series, Cold Trail also deals with the relation between documentary and reality. The pictures presented …

Cseke Szilárd / Deeper In

Cseke Szilárd’s extensive CV displays his ability and draw, with exhibits shown throughout Europe and extending into the States. This latest installment dubbed “Deeper In” at Rugógyár Galéria is an example of his great versatility and mastery with the brush. The pieces showcase layered abstractions revealing a negative forest landscape.

Through abstraction and fragmentation, Denesh Ghyczy challenges us to look a little deeper…

Questioning what is real or not, this brings a quality of uncertainty which leads us to fresh paradigms. The Berlin-based artist illuminates purgatorial interiors and states in series such as “Inside Outside” and “Into the Void”. Through these distorted portraits and landscapes, our focus is dispersed and we can go beyond the surface into the …

Geometric tattoo art from ROXX

“Roxx is a pioneer of visual art, whose canvas is the human form. Her organic geometry draws influence from indigenous, spiritual and tribal cultures, sacred patterns occurring in nature and science, and architectural forms. Like a divine sixth sense, the tattoo evolves in her mind, she hones her work, adorning and completing her clients bodies; …

“In the spiritual center of Áron Majoros’s slightly stylizing, but always organic sculpting stands the fugacity of the human spirit, once revealing itself, other times hiding, perhaps never materializing…

The sensitively shaped, precious materials(the dissonant double of wood and metal)of his sculptures and their condensed, transcendent meanings lend them an almost sacred aura. In addition to unfolding the outer shell of the three-dimensional sculptures in the round, Majoros reveals and shapes the invisible interior of the sculpture with meticulous care in order to hide …