• György Gáspár Information

  • György Gáspár

    György Gáspár's work can be associated with deconstructive architecture. Fragments of sculptural forms are recognizable, reminiscent of a mathematical system. In a certain way, the organic network of precise geometric lines and elements inside the glass seems to expand. Deep psychic experiences become possible. In a complicated process, the artist layers differently painted transparent glass panes on top of each other, thus creating his glass sculptures. The classical character of the glass, its brilliance and its imposing appearance play less of a role here. His focus on deconstruction is apparent in the strong contrast between the outer form and the inner system. Gáspár not only overcomes traditional sculptural principles by focusing on architectural disciplines, but also explores the border between image and sculpture.

    • György Gáspár Vita

       
    • Vita
      1997 Studies: Art Specialized Secondary School, Kaposvár
      1998 Hungarian University of Crafts & Design, Budapest
      2002 Designskolen Kolding, Denmark
      2013 DLA Studies, Art, PTE, Pécs, Hungary
      Solo Exhibition
      2018 Neuron, Három hét Gallery, Budapest
      2017 Electron, VILTIN Gallery, Budapest
      2015 Geopop, Museion No.1, Budapest
      2013 Invasion, Clara Scremini Gallery, Paris
      2012 Uranium, Nadania Idriss Contemporary, Berlin
      2009 Base, Cella Septichora World Heritage, Pécs
      2009 Interstellar, Nadania Idriss New Glass Art & Photography Gallery
      2008 Super Aliens, Rododendron Gallery, Budapest
      2006 Fresh Casting, Glass Pyramid Gallery, Budapest
      2004 Gáspár – Máder – Sipos, Városmajori Gallery, Budapest
      B / G / S, FISE Galery, Budapest
      Group Exhibition
      2019 Art Paris Art Fair, VILTIN Gallery, Paris
      2019 Bauhaus 100, Vasarely Museum, Budapest
      2019 Fuga, PTE Design, Budapest
      2018 10, VILTIN Gallery, Budapest
      2018 Art Market Budapest, VILTIN Gallery, Budapest
      2018 LA Art Show, Palette Contemporary, Los Angeles
      2017 Art Market Budapest, VILTIN Gallery, Budapest
      2016 Pad Paris, Clara Scremini Gallery, Paris
      2016 Arco Madrid, Viltin Gallery, Madrid
      2016 Brafa, Clara Scremini Gallery, Brussels
      2015 Sofa Chicago, Habatat Galleries, Chicago
      2015 Art Market Budapest, Erdész Gallery, Budapest
      2015 HuGlass 2015, Hefter Gallery & Studio, Pannonhalma
      2015 Cutting Edge Contemporary Hungarian Glass, Prisma Gallery, Edinburgh
      2014 Innovative Hungarian Glass, Avran Art+Design, Laguna Beach
      2014 HuGlass 2014, Erdész Gallery, Budapest
      2014 Houston Fine Art Fair, Erdész Gallery, Houston
      2014 IV. International Triennal of Silicate Arts, Kecskemét
      2014 Pad, Clara Scremini Gallery, Paris
      2013 Collect 2013, Saatchi Gallery with Plateaux Gallery, London
      2013 Pad, Clara Scremini Gallery, Paris
      2012 European Glass Context 2012, Bornholm
      2012 Five Glass Masters from Hungary, Plateaux Gallery, London
      2011 Geomix 2.0, B55 Galery, Budapest
      2009 XI. National Prize, Olof Palme House, Budapest
      2009 Glass Festival of Prague 2009, Hungarian Institute, Prague
      2009 Craft& Design, Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest
      2008 European Glass Context 2008, Bornholm
      2008 Biennale International, Design Hungary in Glass Tower
      2008 Silicart, Hungarian Institute, Prague
      2008 Taste Moments, 100% Design Fest, Café in the Crypt, London
      2008 Hungarian Design Fise, Galeria BB, Wroclaw
      2008 Taste Moments, DMY International Design festival, Berlin
      2008 2nd International Triennial of Silicate Arts, Kecskemét
      2008 Taste Moments, Media Center Lume, Helsinki
      2008 Kozma Prize Exhibition, Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest
      2007 Kozma Prize Exhibition, Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest
      2006 M.Ü.T. Selected Exhibition, Ericsson Gallery of Fine Arts, Budapest
      2005 Jubileum Auction, Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest
      2005 Europese Glaskunst, Galerie Het Gouden Schepel, Doesburg
      2005 Glass Objects, International Ceramics Studio, Kecskemét
      2005 M.Ü.T. Selected Exhibition, Hungarian Institute, Berlin
      2005 Hungarian Glass Art, Galerie Het Gouden Schepel, Doesburg
      2005 M.Ü.T. Selected Exhibition, Hungarian Institute, Sophia
      2005 Exhibition of Young Glass Artists, Csepel Gallery, Budapest
      2004 New Systems of Colors, International Ceramics Studio, Kecskemét
      2004 New Systems of Colors, International Ceramics Studio, Kecskemét
      2004 Stardust, Ponton Gallery, Budapest
      2004 Budapest Art Expo Fresh, ArtMill, Szentendre
      2004 Transflexion, Erzsébet Square Cultural Centre, Budapest
      2004 Talente 2004, München
      2003 Connection, F.I.S. Gallery, Budapest
      2003 K.P.M.G. Center
      2003 Moorart Gallery, Damsterdiep
      2003 Moorart Gallery, Damsterdiep
      2002 International Biennal Design Festival, Saint-Etienne
      2002 K.P.M.G. Center, Budapest
      2002 International Biennal Design Festival, Saint-Etienne
      2002 K.P.M.G. Center, Budapest
      2002 Fióka Art Gallery
      2001 F.I.S. Gallery, Budapest
      2000 Gallery, Törökszentmiklós
      Collection
      Ernsing Museum, Lette
      Corning Museum of Glass, Corning
      Foundation for Contemporary Ceramic Arts, Kecskemét
      Mudac Museum, Lousanne
      Sir Elton John Art Collection
      KOGART, Budapest
      Rippl-Rónai Museum, Kaposvár
      Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest
      Museum Fascinacion Glas-Kunst, Öhringen
      Award
      2019 International Glass Prize Kanazawa, selected
      2014 IV. International Triennal of Silicate Arts, Special Award
      2013 International Glass Prize Kanazawa, selected
      2009 Noémi Ferenczy Prize
      2005 Kozma Prize
      2003 Diplom, Rectors’ Prize
      2003 Hungarian University of Crafts & Design, TDK
      2002 Erasmus Scholarship - Designskolen Kolding, Denmark
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