8TH SCULPTURE FEST OF THE YBL ASSOCIATION

Indivisible - Masters and apprentices

Works of the masters and students from the Sculpture Department of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts are on display at the exhibition entitled Indivisible. The exhibition is part of the four-week program series 'Sculpture Fest' of Ybl Association. This has been the first year when the Ybl Buda Creative House hosts all events of the Sculpture Fest.

Exchibition

"Masters and students from the Sculpture Department introduce various segments of the training provided by the university, coupled by the approach and creative methods applied; by doing so they prove that even though different approaches might exist, their works do converge into the same common direction.

The exhibition organized at two levels of the building introduces the works, certain episodes of the training, and visitors can have a closer look at the creative process itself.", said sculptor Géza Sallai, curator of the program and head of the Sculpture Department of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, summarizing the very essence behind the exhibition 'Indivisible'.

At the exhibition visitors can admire the works of masters and students of sculpting from the Sculpture Department, including István Drabik, Ádám Farkas, Péter Gálhidy, Zoltán Karmó, János Lestyán Goda, István Lukács, György Markolt, Péter Menasági, Botond Polgár, Géza Sallai, Valéria Sass, Ádám Szabó and Péter Török. The exhibition is part of the four-week program series of Ybl Association, the 8th Sculpture Fest. Visitors have the opportunity to participate at various events, lectures, tours, and they can also follow the sculpting students' workshop practice live. Entry to the programs is free of charge, but registration is required.

For registration please visit the website of Ybl Association: http://yblegyesulet.hu/.

Events and detailed program descriptions related to the 8th Sculpture Fest of the Ybl Association are listed here: http://yblegyesulet.hu/viii- szoborunnep-program/

Have a look at the photos taken at the opening of the exhibition: