Exhibitions and events

Kovács Péter Balázs

His works from the beginning of the '80s have human figures as a central motif, portraits, self-portraits mostly. Using knitting technique  and colourful dots he manages to create In this way, the subject of the picture is not clearly visible, there is a kind of blurry image. His drawings are often placed in the grid system compositions and his paintings are dominated by graphic elements.

In his works he has instinctive distraction and research for order. In the second half of the 80  the gestures, the vibration, the pointillist signs are reduced. His art is becoming more suggestive than in the previous period. In addition to portraits he produces pictures of his memories, experiences. In the 90' he turns his attention towards simplified forms and tones, as a subject will have more and more objects, with a more relaxed image surface, painted with soft colors.

In the second half of the 90's he painted so called "large pictures". Between 1981 and 1990 he participated in the "mail art" international. Exhibition organizer. In 1997, she gave birth to the Nádor Gallery.


Budapest Museum Hotel
1088, Trefort Street 2
361/485 1080
The foundation exhibits temporary exhibitions and carries out its educational activities and meetings in the art gallery of the Hotel Museum Budapest