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Essl Art Award CEE – in Bratislava and Budapest

11/05/2011

 

Milan Vagač

Milan Vagač was born 1987  in Bratislava. He studies at the Academy of fine arts and design in Bratislava.

Milan Vagač - Entrances, 2010 - Installation View

Milan Vagač – Entrances, 2010 – Installation View – (c) courtesy the artist

 

The work shown in the exhibition was Entrances (2010) – a Mixed Media Installation.

Milan Vagač - Entrances, 2010 - Installation View - Foto: the artist

Milan Vagač – Entrances, 2010 – Installation View – (c) courtesy the artist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Magdaléna Kuchtová

Magdaléna Kuchtová was born in 1985 in Skalica, and is studying at the Academy of Fine arts and Design, Bratislava.

Magdalenà Kuchtová - Local Context - Installation

Magdalenà Kuchtová – Local Context – Installation – (c) courtesy the artist

The work shown in the exhibition was  Local Context (2010), an installation consisting of a photography work, a worktable with diverse material and a video installation.

Magdalenà Kuchtová - Local Context - Installation, Foto: the artist

Magdalenà Kuchtová – Local Context – Installation, Foto: the artist

Artist’s Statement Magdaléna Kuchtová:

“In the last years public space became my creative material, which interests me in its actual form with accumulated layers of genius loci, history, culture, social presence, etc. My aim is to adopt social, historical and cultural layers of public environment and its penetration with my visual intervention.”

 

 

 

Emőke Bada - I am a container (Still 2) - 2010, Foto: the artist

Emőke Bada about her work “I am a container”: “This 1 minute long animation was inspired by the poem of my Danish schoolmate Emma Slebsager Nielsen. Its technique is stop motion. I created a shadow play to Emma’s text, by placing various objects on overhead projector and then changing their positions. The piece is about the fact, that one is only a container and to be able to take more in, you have to give yourself away.”

Emőke Bada - Alter Ego 2010, foto: the artist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anett Hamori

Anett Hamori was born 1985 in Miskolc, Hungary. She studies at the University of Fine Art in Budapest.

3 of her recent paintings are on show in the exhibition: “Gabor near the sea”, “Marit’s Christmas” and “Nadia in Pisa” (all of them 2010).

Anett Hamori - Nadia in Pisa (2010), foto: the artist

Anett Hamori on her work Nadia in Pisa:

 

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Anett Hamori - Marit's christmas (2010), foto: the artist

There I knew a lot of people from different countries. After I came home we also keep in touch on the internet with Skype and Facebook. Everybody makes photos of their life. So I choose from my friend’s albums, and then I painted it like a story of them. So I make a kind of communication range with different people from different part of the world on my ligamentary paper paintings.”

Collector’s Invitation – Patrícia Jagicza 

Patrícia Jagicza was born 1986 in Budapest and studies at the University of Fine Arts. She received a Collector’s Invitation from Agnes Essl – her work will be shown at the final exhibition of the Essl Art Award in the Essl Museum in December.

Patrícia Jagicza - Estrella (2010), Oil on canvas - © Courtesy the artist

Patrícia Jagicza – Estrella (2010), Oil on canvas – © Courtesy the artist

 

Patrícia Jagicza on her work “Estrella”:

“I try to visually illustrate in a personal and ironic way the questions and problems of women of present day.

‘Estrella’: A woman wrestler in a men’s toilet ready for the fight. She is putting up a mask, as she’s looking at the observer. Who is more out of place? The lady in a restroom for the other gender, or the viewer invading her personal ritual, and watching her in a vulnerable moment as she is preparing for the next battle of her life. Familiar situation…isn’t it?“  About the exhibition: Essl Art Award, 2011

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