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János Fajó’s exhibition entitled “The Machine’s Running...” has been opened

 

A special selection introducing the heritage of the Munkácsy and Kossuth Prize winner artist, János Fajó (1937-2018) is open for visitors from 6 February at Ybl Buda Creative House. The opening of the first posthumous exhibition of the artist attracted substantial interest and because János Fajó would have celebrated his 83rd birthday on 9 February, visitors commemorated him in an intimate atmosphere. In her welcoming speech János Fajó’s widow, Ágnes Fajó referred to this event also as a “birthday party”. She explained that the exhibited paintings, sculptures and formations give the real essence of Fajó’s artistic workmanship. As “János was always observing the world around him with eyes filled with hunger; he was continuously full of with curiosity and whenever he failed to find something, he simply created it.” 

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Interview with Zita Sárvári

“Whatever can be created from two forms shall not be created from three.”

How are János Fajó’s works able to break and curve the space? What is the very essence of Fajó’s unique style, while his strong influence on contemporary art is simply unquestionable? These are the questions, among others, that have been discussed with Zita Sárvári, curator of the exhibition “The Machine’s Running”.

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The Machine’s Running...

János Fajó visual artist’s exhibition at the Ybl Buda Creative House

The latest exhibition of Ybl Buda Creative House is just about to open on 6 February 2020 at 6 pm entitled “The Machine’s Running…”; it introduces a special selection from the works of the Munkácsy and Kossuth Prize winner artist, János Fajó (1937-2018). The compositions created by means of multiplication and the gradual rotation of lines, forms and elements send spectators to another dimension. János Fajó, who has been rightly referred to as the spiritual heir of Lajos Kassák, was one of the most outstanding representative of Hungarian constructive geometric art. His works are characterized by a strong ideological nature; spectators are quasi fascinated by them; these works indeed attract the attention and invite for a borderless and theoretic time travel. An adventure during which one tries to decode these forms, figures and signs running at and building upon one another.

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