János Huszti

1975, Esztergom, Hungary

 "Can things be deprived of their origins?" - A challenging portraitist and emerging creator with a conceptual thinking. Huszti elaborates his constantly changing topics with momentum and precision. He depicts historical times, folkloristic themes, special characters and places from the past, using all kinds of materials to express his interpretations. In addition he is also  interested in contemporary street art . His art consists of attributing new origins to things thus establishing new relations.


STUDIES: 2000-2005 University of Pécs, Faculty of Visual Arts and Music, Painter Branch / 1999-2000 Eszterházy Károly College, Eger, Faculty of Graphic and Visual Arts

OTHER: 2013 Henkel Art Award / 2006 PRO ARTE – Scholarship of Komárom-Esztergom County, Hungary / 2005 Residence Programme at Bundanon, North Nowra, Australia / 2004 Erasmus Exchange Programme, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, England

SOLO EXHIBITIONS: 2007 CULTURAL HOUSE, Nagyatád, Hungary / 2007 PRO ARTE, Counsil Museum, Tatabánya, Hungary / 2006 ERICSSON GALLERY of FINE ARTS, Budapest, Hungary / 2006 ECG – European Consulting Group, Dorottya-office building, Budapest, Hungary / 2005 LANDSCAPES, Duna Museum, Esztergom, Hungary

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS: 2014 PP Center - Flash Art Magazine, Budapest, Hungary / 2013 Budapest, Kazinczy street & Kirakat by Partizán Gallery, Budapest, Hungary / 2013 Art Market Budapest, Partizán Gallery, Budapest, Hungary / 2013 Henkel Art Award / 2012 PP CENTER, Budapest, Hungary / 2011 ERICSSON HUNGARY LTD. / 2011 MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY / 2007 Inda Gallery, Budapest, Hungary / 2007 Vaszary Gallery, Kaposvár, Hungary / 2007 K.A.S. Gallery, Budapest, Hungary / 2006 HOUSE of GENERAL EDUCATION, Tatabánya, Hungary / 2006 BUDAPEST ART EXPO FRESH, Art Mill, Szentendre, Hungary / 2005 Art Mill, Szentendre, Hungary / 2005 Millenáris Park, Budapest, Hungary / 2005 Swan House, Pécs , Hungary / Garrison Club, Pécs, Hungary / 2004 Cultural House, Balatonszemes, Hungary / 2004 BUDAPEST ART EXPO, Art Mill,  Szentendre, Hungary / 2003 BUDAPEST ART EXPO, Art Mill,  Szentendre, Hungary

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