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Written by Ágnes Kovács

Translated by Zoltán Bartko

An exhibition of the International Rovas Creative Community

Hungarian Contemporary Art Gallery, Dunajská Streda, Slovakia

5 June 2020 - 31 September 2020

The title of the exhibition is as follows: Horror Vacui - meaning "Fear of Emptiness", perhaps more precisely: fear of Nothingness.

Written by István Bordás    

Translated by Zoltán Bartko

FiguratiF Gallery, MaJel Rovás Centre, Alžbetina 42, Košice, Slovakia

11 March  2020 - 8 April 2020

The work of the members of the group of artists entitled P’art Műhely [P’art Workshop] is connected to the city of Sárospatak, Hungary. This creative community aims to create a city-wide group of creative people, working in different genres.

Written by Kovács Ágnes     

Translated by Zoltán Bartko

The paintings exhibited here are brand new, one may still feel the scent of turpentine on them. They are new also because they represent a new era in the art of Ottó Szabó. The previous cycle - the Howl - also ended an era. Currently, the artist analyses the concept of thrownness. He says: “I′m analysing, but I don′t want to assemble the gory details anymore. Until now, I would correct the mistakes of others, I would help out the speaker with the right expression, who should have remained silent ...

Written by Kovács Ágnes     

Translated by Zoltán Bartko

FiguratiF Gallery, MaJel Rovás Centre, Alžbetina 42, Košice, Slovakia

2 May 2019 - 23 May 2019

An exhibition of the works created at the Graphic Art Workshop in Ajka, Hungary and the International Bronze Casting and Woodcarving Creative Camp

Written by rovart     

Translated by Zoltán Bartko

MaJel Rovás Centre, Alžbetina 42, Košice, Slovakia

30 April to 30 May 2019

Thirty years ago, in 1989, the fall of the Berlin wall was the beginning of a new era. The fall of the iron curtain brought freedom to the Eastern part of Europe, handcuffed by the Soviets. On this occasion, an exhibition entitled Freedom and Identity was held at the MaJel Rovas Centre.

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