Library Thoughts 5 – Invitation

Gondolatok a könyvtárban 5 / Library Thoughts 5

On view: 2015.06.12 – 2015.07.03.

Address: MAMŰ Gallery (1071 Budapest, Damjanich u. 39.)

Külföldi kiállítók / International Artists: Alexis Arnold (CA), Allison Tanenhaus (MA), Andrea Eis (MI), Anne Peillex (CH), Barry O’Keefe (OH), Beatrice Lopez (UK), Beth Evans (AUS), Betsy Stirratt (IN), Cheryn Rapp (NC), Clint Sleeper (NV), Corina Richards (TX), Dotti Cichon (CA), Els van Baarle (NL), FemLink (F), Gloria DeFilipps Brush (MN), Gunilla Åsberg (S), Heather Foster (GA),  Ida m Kleiterp (NL), Jami Taback (CA), Jennifer Harris (CA),  Jing Zhou (NJ), Kathleen Pompe (SC), Kirsti  Grotmol (N), Lucas Kunz (D/CH),  Michael Conforti (CAN), Nancy Hart (TX), Naz Shahrokh (AUH), Oliver Padilla (AZ),  Pamela Paulsrud (IL), Renate Schweizer (D), Richard Kline (NY), Robert Arbogast (FL), R. Prost (IL)

Magyar kiállítók / Hungarian Artists: Ázbej Kristóf, Barabás Márton, Bátai Sándor, Bezerédy Melinda, Bornemisza Rozi, Damó István, Horváth Lóczi Judit, Kádár Katalin, Kovács Péter Balázs, Máthé Sedah Zsuzsa, Pál Csaba, Pataki Tibor, Pézman Andrea, Richter Sára, Ruzsa Dénes, Sejben Lajos, Spitzer Fruzsina, Széchy Beáta, Szerényi Gábor, Szűts Angéla, Szyksznian Wanda

Kurátor / Curator: Széchy Beáta, képzőművész / visual artist

Szervező / Organizer: Magyar Kulturális Központ / Hungarian Multicultural Center

Megnyitó / Opening: 2015. június 12. / 12 June 2015 (péntek / Friday), 19:00 / 7 p.m.

Közreműködik / Contribution: Benkő Zsolt szaxofon/saxophone & Vestergombi David cselló/cello

Megtekinthető / On view: 2015. július 03-ig / till 3rd of July 2015, szerdán, csütörtökön és pénteken 14:00-18:00 / Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 2 p.m.- 6 p.m. (vagy egyeztetés alapján / or by appointment)

The exhibition Library Thoughts 5 organized by Hungarian Multicultural Center (HMC) displays a selection from international and Hungarian book artists’ works. The concept of the exhibition is: submitting artistic “messages”; democratization of artistic interactions and raising them to an international level. There are exhibited drawings, paintings, collages, stamps, digital works, poetry, videos and objects.

Johann Gutenberg’s invention of movable type books ignited the explosion of art.  What is the future of the book?  Is it the end for books as we know them?

This exhibition is a message to everyone who loves books.

The exhibition series give an insight into the working methods of local and foreign artists as well as into the current artistic issues’ of them.

The Hungarian Multicultural Center is a nonprofit organization runned by founder member and president Beata Szechy.  The main goal of the organization is to inform and educate the community at large through cross-cultural exchange, provide an opportunity for artists to work and exhibit in Hungary.

(www.mamu.hu)

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