Csaba Fürjesi | Butterfly Effect


The Faur Zsófi Gallery is pleased to present the "Butterfly Effect" by Csaba Fürjesi, which will include recent and other experimental works on cellulose. The new pieces are in line with the approach of recent years, which interprets the border between the real and the surreal. Art historian Dr. Róbert Nátyi says: "Fürjesi evokes the historical memory of the recent past: he brings experiences and memories from the hidden corners of our memory to the surface(...) It is as if he is saying that we must examine and study the events and happenings of our past because it is in this continuity that we can interpret ourselves..."

Csaba Fürjesi was born in 1969 in Salgótarján. He emphasizes experimentation, wandering between materials and genres, and individual processes based on the fusion of different techniques. He bases his work on thorough research, design, and controlled execution. He usually thinks in sequences and cycles, from graphic series to installations and figurative conceptual forms. His outstanding work has brought him numerous awards and scholarships. In 2010 he won the Grand Prize of the International Biennale of Graphic Design in Transylvania, and in 2011 he was awarded a scholarship to the Santa Catalina School to work in Salvador Dali's studio in Monterey. Since 1996, he has been the artistic director of the Ceredi International Contemporary Artists' Centre.