Insta(nt)llation - Synagogue Rumbach Sebestye n, Budapest 2/2, 2022

Eszter Poroszlai

Painting : embroidery, Cyanotype sensitizer 11.4 x 7.5 x 1.2 inch



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Eszter Poroszlai, Insta(nt)llation - Synagogue Rumbach Sebestye n, Budapest 2/2

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193 Gallery • PARIS, France

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Painting: embroidery, Cyanotype sensitizer
Dimensions cm inch
11.4 x 7.5 x 1.2 inch
Not framed
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Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Hand-signed by artist

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Eszter Poroszlai

Eszter Poroszlai

Hungary • Born in: 1974


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Hungarian artists

Eszter Poroszlai explores the essential phenomena of vision and perception, the interrelation of reality and image, the transition of materiality and virtuality.

Inspired by the art of light, but remaining faithful to the work of the hand and the material, she constructs paintings, graphic works, objects and sensual abstract geometrical installations: rational and precise geometrical forms are transformed into transparent colored structures, sometimes seemingly immaterial. She seeks to harmonize instincts and emotions with structure, system and order.

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