member since: 2019
Balázs Csizik (1987, Székesfehérvár) obtained his master’s degree in Visual Communication (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) where he’s a lecturer now, in the fields of visual communication and communication technology. He combines the visual language of photography with other fine art forms, using different skillsets. His artistic vision is inspired by modern experimental architecture and art forms like suprematism and constructivism.
His artworks are also inspired by nature, searching for the relation between urban and natural landscapes. The common feature of his series is reduction, minimalism, which appears in colors, composition and visuals at the same time. This kind of reductivity also involves some distance, resignation in relation of the urban appearance displayed. In his works he uses custom made materials, like plywood objects and textile elements with organic surfaces of natural substrates. The main visual is based on the handmade artificial world and the interplay between nature and built elements.
2017 - Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Centre – Photostreet, Budapest (HU)
2018 - BROWNIE Contemporary Art Photography Gallery,
2018 - Shanghai Photo Fair, Shanghai (CN)
2018 - Art Market Budapest, Budapest (HU)2018 - Wenzhou Gallery Store, Wenzhou (CN)
2018 - aTELIERS PRO ARTS Gallery, auction, Budapest (HU)
2018 - EDGE Communications, with Anikó ROBITZ, Budapest (HU)
2019 - BROWNIE Contemporary Art Photography Gallery, Beijing Gallery opening (CN)
2019 - Design Shanghai, BROWNIE, curated joint exhibition (CN)
2019 - Brody Studios / Dobossy Auction, Budapest (HU)
2019 - Das Rund, Vienna (apr. 4) (AT)
2019 - The Palace of Arts, BAUHAUS Contemporary, curated joint exhibition (HU)
2019 - Art Capital, Ferenczy Museum / Ámos Imre & Anna Margit Museum, Paradise City, Szentendre, curated joint exhibition (HU)
2019 - Festival Mundi, Sannicandro di Bari,
curated joint exhibition (ITA)
2019 - FRAME Art Fair, BAUHAIS Contemporary,
curated joint exhibition (SUI)
2019 - MMG, Magyar Muhely Gallery, curated joint exhibition (HU)
2019 - MODEM, “A panelség etimológiája”, Debrecen
curated joint exhibition (HU)
Main press releases: Zupagrafika - The Eastern Blocks book, Octogon Magazine, Mozgó Világ Magazine, Ignant, Fubiz, The Calvert Journal, Paperjournal, Photogrist, Phototrend, Aint-Bad Magazine, Gessato, Journal du design, National Geographic, Fidelio, Artnews,
Awards: HM, by IPA 2018 in abstract/ fine art category and in ND Awards 2018
Interview - https://neighbourart.tumblr.com/post/178977253691/csizik-bal%C3%A1zs-fot%C3%B3s-grafikusphotographer
member since: 2019
Ani Molnár Gallery, established in 2009 by Annamária Molnár, is located in downtown Budapest developed a high international profile and is amongst the most active galleries of Budapest.
The focus is placed on the international representation of both emerging and established Hungarian and foreign artists, mainly from the CEE region. The artists of the gallery have conceptual artistic profile, they work with the use of a wide range of materials and many of them in the field of installation. The gallery bimonthly organizes solo and group exhibitions giving priority to curatorial concepts. Its program encourages dialogues between contemporary art and the audience.
The gallery displays a wide range of artworks by both highly acclaimed and emerging Hungarian and foreign artists, each having exhibited in major international art events, e.g. the Venice, Sao Paolo, Liverpool, Turku and Moscow Biennials or in Manifesta, and have works in prestigious international collections like the MoMA, Centre Pompidou, Getty Museum, KUMU, the Ludwig and MUSAC collections.
Emerging young artists are also presented by the gallery, together with the established artists in top international art fairs, like The Armory Show in New York, ArtBrussels, Artissima in Turin, ARCOMadrid and specialized/regional art fairs such as LOOP Barcelona, viennacontemporary and Artmarket Budapest.
In 2013 Ani Molnár Gallery was the first Eastern European gallery ever to receive the F.E.A.G.A. Innovation and Creativity Award in Basel. In 2017 at Artissima the gallery received the Campari Award for the presentation of best young artist, Sári Ember. In 2018 Péter Forgács’s video ‘Venom’ received the ‘Acquisition Award 2018’ at LOOP Barcelona. In 2019, Tamás Waliczky represents Hungary on the Venice Biennale with his series’ Imaginary Cameras’.
Ani Molnár, the director of the gallery has been an active board member of Talking Galleries between 2014-2016. She is a board member at F.E.A.G.A. since 2017.
Ani Molnár Gallery