2019. 10. 06 – 12. 01.
4 pm 5 October 2019
Classic works of land art condense the almost ungraspable complexity of nature into a meditative format. The character of the works, which bring to mind the visual language of traditional cultures, is defined primarily by the choice of natural or semi-natural (mostly raw, unrefined) materials. When the tendency first appeared – in the late sixties – land art works mostly centred on the problematics of structure, material and scale. With time, thinking about nature became increasingly more refined. The activities of the artists’ colony of Tolcsva – the first such initiative in Hungary – have reflected the defining aspirations of land art since the nineties. The exhibition entitled Nature-Art, held at the ArtMill of Szentendre, showcases a representative selection – as well as an overview – of the artistic processes involved in creating these works.
Enikő Balla, Márton Barabás, Gabó Bartha, László Bodnár, Imre Bukta, Lajos Csontó, Ágnes Deli, Károly Elekes, István Erőss, Foster Colin, Endre Gaál, Pál Gerber, Krisztián Horváth, Zsolt Koroknai, Éva Ludman, László feLugossy, Ferenc Marosán, Henrik Martin, Erik Mátrai, Ágnes Éva Molnár, Rudolf Pacsika, Péter Pál, Pascal Leeman, Ágnes Péter, Attila Pokorny, Dimitrov Rumen, István Stark, Csongor Szigeti, János Szirtes, Filoména Thorday, Tibor Vass, Ottó Vincze, Tibor W. Horváth
László feLugossy: Endless Passage, 2013 © photo: István Stark