We are delighted to announce that the Várfok Gallery is participating at the Art and Antique art fair. The highlight of the Várfok Gallery’s stand will be a large selection of works celebrating the 100th birthday of Françoise Gilot. The relationship between the highly renowned artist and the Várfok Gallery was established through Endre Rozsda, the Hungarian Surrealist painter and a great friend of Gilot. His works will also be showcased at the fair.
The presence and significance of Endre Rozsda, who was born in Hungary (1913, Mohács/H – 1999, Paris/F), yet spent most of his life in Paris, is undeniable in relation to the course of the history of 20th century art: he becomes one of the founders of the post-war progressive, Hungarian concourse called European School, he is a member of the private circle of André Breton and other surrealists, and he participates in several outstanding group exhibitions, in Cologne, Munich and Paris, focusing on the concepts and origins of surrealism.
Alongside the two internationally renowed artists the Várfok Gallery is presenting the works of two of its’ youngest, brilliantly skilled artists: Anna Nemes‘s highly sensitive, water coloured nudes, and Máté Orr‘s latest surreal, neo-baroque compositions.
Exhibited artists: Françoise GILOT (F/USA), Anna NEMES (H), Máté ORR (H), Endre ROZSDA (F/H)