Transparency is an optical commonplace that is present everywhere. A material or object is truly transparent if we can sense it only through touch or by bumping into it, as it comes between the visible World and us.
The most perfect and active form of transparency is represented by the eye itself. The exhibition brings together works that are seen as bearing or signifying the varying degrees and phenomena of transparency or bringing these phenomena to the fore.
The result collecting these works together is a kind of “Wunderkammer” or chamber of wonders, whose examples are taken from the 20th century avant-garde, and several genres of the latest Contemporary Art including the work of well-known and very young artists.
Abonyi Alma, Joachim Bandau, Bálványos Levente, Hellmut Bruch, Piero Dorazio, Eperjesi Ágnes, Erdődy J. Attila, Alfréd Forbáth, Gáyor Tibor, Gyarmathy Tihamér, György Katalin, Haász István, Halász Péter Tamás, Jederán György, Joláthy Attila, Jovánovics Tamás, Kepes György, André Kertész, Jiři Kolar, Maurer Dóra, János Megyik, Mengyán András, Moholy-Nagy László, Manfred Mohr, Molnár Vera, Nádler István, Nemes Judit, Németh Melitta, Paizs Péter, Perneczky Géza, Uli Pohl, Rákóczy Gizella, Franz Riedl, Rita Rohlfing, Vera Röhm, Fritz Ruprechter, Eva Sárközi Pusztai, Nicolas Schöffer, Regine Schumann, Milos Urbásek, Victor Vasarely, Ludwig Wilding, Varga Bertalan, Wolsky András
Transparency – Seethrough
27. January 2011. – 01. May
MegnyitóOpening: January 26, 2011, 6:00 pm
MegnyitjaRemarks by: Földényi F. László