WHERE I FEEL HOME: NATURE, CITY, INTERIEUR

Four contemporary artists from Virág Judit Gallery are introducing themselves at the exhibition hall of the Hungarian Embassy in Berlin. The exhibition offers various interpretations of the special relationship of urban residents to landscape and home through traditional oil on canvas paintings and spectacular painting installations.

Eszter Radák, the vice rector of the University of Fine Arts, is an experienced artist. She studied aesthetics, intermedia, and obtained a PhD degree in painting. Her interior designs offer an insight into different homes and residential spaces through her unique tousled oil paint technique and special quasi-flat perspective. Radák usually draws inspiration form her own environment, but sometimes she paints the envisaged microcosm of fictitious spaces.

Eszter Sipos’s painting installation titled Living in Painting, awarded with Derkovits Gyula scholarship, is a complex artwork composed of several pieces that reveal an imaginary private space.

The works of Angelika Tóth, another young winner of Derkovits scholarship, portrays an ever-changing, restless city. She uses loose, expressive brushwork to reflect on current hot topics.

The collage paintings of Katalin Verebics evoke the innermost experience of a person longing for the calmness of nature. Her self-revealing collages usually expose the artist herself.

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