The exhibition focuses on the relationship of nature and people in an urban environment. The exhibiting artists are Márk Martinkó and Sári Zagyvai, whose works highlight how virtual and artificial nature has been becoming essential part of our life. The exhibited works, made with various techniques, show scenes from nature, yet many times only some traces of nature are recognizable. The photo montages by Zagyvai and the photos and videos by Martinkó clearly demonstrate how virtualised nature only represents a copy of the reality and cannot show the real world itself.
OVER-VIEW 2 is a program that brings together young and talented photographers and curators at the beginning of their careers to collaborate in the making of exhibitions. The program is built on the premise that fruitful cooperation between artists and curators is essential in contemporary art, yet young professionals rarely get the chance to practice it.
Launched for the second time, OVER-VIEW helps artists and curators to gain practical skills and intellectual tools to create successful exhibitions in a real-life situation. After a period of four months dedicated to preparation under professional guidance, the program results in a series of exhibitions that will take place between March and May 2014 in non-profit and for-profit art galleries. Seven Budapest-based galleries participate in the program, hosting 7 curators and thus 7 exhibitions featuring 11 artists.
X6 Photo Edition Gallery
Október 6. u. 21. / +36307024330 / x6gallery.hu Sun - Wed 10am to 6pm, Thu - Sat 10am to 8pm
Group Exhibition: LUMAS portfolio and Hungarian artists Bence Bakonyi, István Lábady, Zoltán Vancsó and Erika Lakatos