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Forsaken World. The Art of István Farkas (1887-1944)
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István Farkas is one of the most original artists of post-WWI Hungarian Modernism. Hungarian and French art criticism regards him as one of the foremost artists of the time, whose way of seeing, pictorial world, technical sophistication and skill as well as experimental spirit made him unique among his contemporaries.
The Hungarian National Gallery’s temporary exhibition to open on 13 December 2019, presents the oeuvre of István Farkas in hitherto unprecedented wealth. While earlier exhibitions brought at most 80 paintings to the public, the current show comprises 170 works, including those by Farkas’ masters and contemporaries. Pieces by László Mednyánszky, James Ensor, Edvard Munch and Leon Spilliaert provides a broader context for Farkas’ art.
The exhibition introduces so far unknown photographs, letters and documents to the public in order to show the art and personality of István Farkas from a more personal perspective.
A three-hundred-fourty-page, richly illustrated catalogue in Hungarian and in English accompanies the exhibition.
|Sorozatcím||Publications of the Hungarian National Gallery 2019/6|
|Főszerkesztő||Series editor: Judit Borus|
|Kiadó||Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest|
|Oldalszám és illusztrációk||340 pages, richly illustrated|