András Wolsky / HU

András Wolsky a Hungarian contemporary artist born in 1969 in Budapest. He studied Intermedia Education at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts and was educated under the direction of Dóra Maurer and Miklós Peternák. In his early development as a painter, he was awarded scholarships like a scholarship of the International Sommerakademie für Bildende Kunst in Salzburg, “Artist in residence” of the Collegium Hungaricum in Paris, Fine Arts Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Rome and scholarship by the Mouans-Sartoux Espace de l’Art Concret in France.

The 1980s largely inspired András Wolsky. Those years are marked with a distinctive sense of music and fashion, outlined by electronic pop music and hip hop. Artists growing up during this time were heavily influenced by this cultural experience and images of protest in art and music.

As an artist, Volsky is curious and engaged. He’s very alert and easily conveys the geometry of the environment in his paintings. András is excited by the dynamics of geometric shapes and the use of vibrating colours and value.

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