Endre Rozsda May 25, 2005 - July 27, 2005
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Endre Rozsda (1913. Mohács, Hungary "– 1999. Paris, France) The internationally famed Hungarian representative of Abstract Surrealism. In 1932 he joined the private school of Vilmos Aba-Novák where he studied painting. Here he gained a sure hand, a sure knowledge of his craft and exhibited in the important art galleries of the era. He arrived to Paris in 1937 with the sculptor, Lajos Barta. Here he met artists such as Picasso, Giacometti, Max Ernst and others. He became the mentor of Françoise Gilot. For three years he attended the École de Louvre during which he joined the French Surrealist movement.
After the war he was a founding member of the so-called Hungarian European School (1945-48). From the beginning of the 1940s his art becomes ever more abstract, in part due to the influence of the music of Béla Bartók. In 1956 he immigrated to France and continuously exhibited with the Surrealists. It was at this time that he got into friendly relationship with André Breton, who put Rozsda’s catalogue entry and a reproduction of one of his works into his book, „Le Surrealisme et la Peinture”. In 1964 he received the Copley Award. From the 1950s Rozsda’s paintings have been dominated by colorful miniature elements, which he builds into a structure reminiscent of kaleidoscopic images.
This year in May the 6th exhibition devoted to his oeuvre was held in the Várfok Gallery. Since our first show in 1999 it is the third time that we presented oil on canvas works of Rozsda, made between the years 1974 and 1994. The paintings again present the microscopic colorful dream world of Rozsda.
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