Dear Friend, Please join us for the opening reception of the exhibition titled HEDONATI on Friday, 26th February 2016 at 5 pm on the venues of the Municipal Art Gallery in Kalocsa. The exhibition presents recently painted works of the artist NAOMI DEVIL The exhibition will be inaugurated by ESZTER TAMÁS art historian The exhibitions will be on view from 26th February until 26 March in the Municipal Art Gallery (Városi Galéria) in Kalocsa. Address: 6300 Kalocsa, Szent István király út 12-14. (Hungary) Gallery Hours are: 10 am-12 am and 2pm-5pm, Tuesday-Saturday (Closed on Sunday and Monday)
Ground Floor First floor seminar room 1 Staircase ground floor to first floor First floor seminar room 2 First floor social area Staircase 1st to 2nd floor Second floor social area Second floor seminar room
My 3D led art chessboard was auctioned at the Polgár Judit Chess Foundation`s charity auction. Some other artists donating were Samuel Havadtoy, Péter Weiler, Győrfi András. See photos of the work on my design website.
Hedonati Eine retrospective Ausstellung von Naomi DevilVernissage: 12.11.2015, 19.00 Uhr EGA: Frauen im Zentrum, Windmühlgasse 26, 1060 Wien Ausstellungsdauer: bis 11.12. 2015 Die Ausstellung ist Mo-Do von 9-16 Uhr bei freiem Eintritt zu besichtigen!
European Center for Fine Arts (November, 2015 – January 30, 2016). On September 8, 2015 at 19.00 in the halls of the Museum and Exhibition Complex of the Russian Academy of Arts (19 Prechistenka street, Moscow) there will be a presentation of the International Academy Project “Between the Volga and the Danube”. The organizers: the Russian Academy of Arts, the Volga Regional Department of the Russian Academy of Arts, the Creative Artists’ Union of Russia, the European Center for Fine Arts (Bratislava, Slovakia) under the auspices of the Culture Ministry of the Russian Federation, M’ARS Modern Art Center, Aircraft Diagnostic Company, Slovenska Vytvarna Unia, Slovak Union of Visual Art. The participants of the project: 88 artists from 12 regions of Russia and 45 artists from 10 Eastern European countries: Slovakia, Serbia, the Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Hungary, Bulgaria, Poland, Ukraine and Moldavia. In addition, the project’s partner M’ARS Modern Art Center has provided for the exhibition works of Eastern European artists from its collection. From 300 competitors the winners of the selection were 133 Russian and international artists who presented various types of fine arts: painting, drawing, sculpture, digital and applied art. The project is an attempt to restore the holistic, […]