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2012. szeptember 17., hétfő

New exhibition: The hidden treasures of the Stamp Museum

It is odd, that suddenly a museum decides to exhibit the artworks of the museologists, at least those, who have something to do with art. But for an idea I don't find it bad, even if it is only for a week..
So it happened last week when the head of the institute decided to arrange a small exhibition for the three of us, and so it happened.
I'm happy about it, kind of sad that it'll stay up until the 23rd of September, but nevermind.
I decided to show my degree work for my first MA degree, and one book I like very much and a few illustration for an Australian CD cover. I have two other colleges, one of them had his degree from the University of Fine Arts, and the other is an art teacher. Their artworks are also displayed for this week, and I couldn't be happier.

 There's an article about the exhibition in Hungarian, that was written by a very nice friend of mine: Planet Susannia. 
So. Let me show some of the artists' works:
Alexandra Halász exhibited two of her silk-paintings.

Gábor Czeglédi worked as an engraver in the Hungarian Banknote Printing Shareholding Company (Pénzjegynyomda) but he also worked to a company where they made digital engraving. This may sound interesting, well, this is indeed.

This one is a digital work, but he has plenty of hand-made prints too!

And finally, I'll show you one book I've created in 2008. This book contains no text at all, and communicates only through pictures.
It does have a certain meaning, but I let you decide what it is all about.

(Look out, this is going to be very long! If the picture is too small: right click, and then click on the image again!)
I got the news a few minutes ago from Susannia, that she wrote about this book on her blog!
It is in Hungarian, but if you have the time, check it out HERE.

.oOo. UPDATE .oOo.

Here are some pictures of the exhibition. Enjoy!

Alexandra Halász with her silk paintings

The exhibition is attendable at the Stamp Museum: 1075 Budapest Hársfa u. 47.
Opened from 10 until 18h except Mondays. From the 15th till the 23rd of September.

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