Zoltán André

architect, photographer, painter (born in Hungary 1967)

"The drawings of Mr. Zoltan Andre were the reason we became Facebook friends, and some! The simplicity of means and still the capturing the factual and even emotional essence of a place, or a flower or a bird - are the qualities of a real artist! I am looking forward to meet him in person, and see a larger range of his works!"

Péter Magyar, Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, Kansas State University

artodu andré zoltán
artodu andré zoltán
artodu andré zoltán

Gábor André

product designer, painter (born in Hungary 1993)

"...his painting practice has been greatly informed by his time in Plymouth and wider experiences. His paintings hold a strong balance of criticality, and expression. Gabor holds a natural sensitivity to drawing and painting that places his practice in a very exciting place..."
Dr. Majella Clancy, Lecturer BA (Hons) Painting, Drawing & Printmaking, Plymouth College of Art

artodu andré gábor
artodu andré gábor
artodu andré gábor
artodu horváth péter

Péter Horváth

architect (born in Hungary 1968)

"The pictures by Péter are made unique by his particular vision, and the fine details and clear design of the envisaged buildings.  Each picture has its own character, and still they create an integrated composition. I am in the privileged position of having seen as these individual drawings were born of freehand sketches and black-and-white lines."
Beatrix Koch

artodu horváth péter
artodu horváth péter
 
 
 
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Ferenc Répás

DLA, architect, associate professor / Technical University of Budapest, Faculty of Architecture (born in Hungary 1968)

"Art teaches us to see figuratively, to arrange our obscure notions into a composition; to identify and to get acquainted with figures, forms, depths, and the meaning of lines, patches and textures. During the process of portrayal, we learn to connect the visible material world with our abstract thoughts, our knowledge, and our feelings.  Art opens new perspectives for architecture, and at the same time architecture influences artistic vision: spaciousness, the depiction of space and challenges connected to them all arise from architecture."

artodu répás ferenc
artodu répás ferenc
 
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Kata Komuves

photographer, graphic designer (born in Hungary)

"This is the ultimate love, you couldn’t even deny it Kata... as you are captivated by the motion and the movements. It’s a kind of captivity indeed, a certain fetter... as one tries  the sweeping movements to be condensed in one picture. Only few people would understand it... but those who would, would be rightly excited! You are brave as you boldly use replacements. You boldly skip the today’s trendy decompsition elements … instead you show us your own insight… you show the  proportinal movements like sweeping brush strokes… as if your own ones… Particular and brave you are…. unlike others who leave sharp, static motifs on their pictures... you however sketch, you draw bold brush strokes... you come up with an outstanding idea... so you lead on your viewer’s eye… you draw us on to a specific range of emotions."
László  Virágh

artodu kömüves kata
artodu kömüves kata
 
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István Pölös

architect (born in Hungary 1966)

"A letter of an idea is a line, a set of lines can add up to words and sentences. During drawing words and sentences might even be structured into an idea. Drawing is a therapy that can let us have no inhibitions to solve a problem."

artodu pölös istván
artodu pölös istván
 
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Máté Ladjánszki

photographer (born in Hungary 1996)

"Máté always has his camera with him and he’s always at the right place at the right time, capturing exactly the moment that will later become a special experience for everyone. One of his photographs (named Balaton minimal) was displayed on the homepage of "National Geographic Hungary'" marked as the "Picture of the Day". He has won several competitions and he is always looking for fresh and new topics. His pictures are dynamic, his perspective is novel and exploring. It’s an honour for Artodu Gallery to be given the opportunity to work together with such a talented young photographer. "
Beatrix Koch

artodu ladjánszki máté
artodu ladjánszki máté
 
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Gábor Ösz

musician (born in Hungary 1971)

"My philosophy: to give beauty to people! I trust my taste and that I won't just walk by beautiful things when I have my camera with me.

I enjoy it markedly that because of shooting my pictures only in natural light, creating them always has a factor that is only controlled by God. That is how both awareness and chance accompany me in this activity."

artodu ösz gábor
artodu ösz gábor
 
artodu szöke péter jakab

Péter Jakab Szöke

architect, painter (born in Hungary 1972)

"Credo: Art is for human, through it people can express everything they experience, think and feel throughout a lifetime, but most of all what they love."

artodu szöke péter jakab
artodu szöke péter jakab
 
artodu szöke péter jakab

Kohlene Hendrickson

painter (born in the USA, Califnia 1958)

"Credo: Art is for human, through it people can express everything they experience, think and feel throughout a lifetime, but most of all what they love."

artodu szöke péter jakab
artodu szöke péter jakab
 
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