Faur Zsófi Gallery cordially invites you to the opening of its next exhibition.
exhibititon by Hajnal MIKLÓS (painter) and Áron Zsolt MAJOROS (sculptor)
Opening reception: 6th of May(Monday), 6pm onwards.
Opening speech: Tekla Uszkay, art historian.
The exhibition runs
from 7th of May, 2013 to 9th of June, 2013.
LIMINAL SPACES (definition):
The spatial dimension of liminality can include specific places, larger zones or areas, or entire countries and larger regions. Liminal places can range from borders and frontiers to no man`s lands and disputed territories, which people pass through but do not live in: arguably indeed all `romantic travel enacts the three stages that characterize liminality: separation, marginalization, and reaggregation`. In mythology and religion or esoteric lore liminality can include such realms as Purgatory or Da`at, which, as well as signifying liminality, some theologians deny actually existing, making them, in some cases, doubly liminal. "Between-ness" defines these spaces.
Hajnal Miklós is represented by Molnár Ani Gallery.
Gergely Szatmari is an experienced Hungarian photographer. He used to be engaged with commercial, fashion, constructed images. Recently his activity turned towards the autonom long-term photographic projects. His photographic attitude is as well as a diverse one and complex regarding its implementation. His interest ranges from documentarism through narratives till conseptualism. >>>