Bio

Részegh Botond

Részegh Botond

Website: www.reszeghbotond.ro
reszeghbotond@yahoo.com

Education:

  • 1996-2001: University Of The Fine Arts, Bucharest, Graphic arts section, with Mircia Dumitrescu
  • 2001-2002: Master studies at the University Of The Fine Arts, Bucharest
  • 2004-2008: DLA.(Doctor Of Liberal Arts) studies at the Hungarian Fine Arts University. Consultant: König Róbert

 

Time and place of my personal exhibitions

  • 2017: Várfok Project Room Gallery, Budapest
  • 2017: Loss of Soul, Atelier030202, Bucharest
  • 2016: Loss of Soul, Museum of Art Arad, curated by Adrian Sandu and Adriana Oprea
  • 2015: Gallery Mc New York, curated Debra Vanderburg Spencer (organized by the Romanian Cultural Institute)
  • 2015: Romanian Cultural Institute Wien, curated by Anamaria Altmann
  • 2015: Bolyai House- Tirgu Mures (Romania)
  • 2014: Tranzit House – Cluj Napoca (Romania)
  • 2014: Uj Kriterion Gallery- Miercurea Ciuc (Romania)
  • 2014: Tipografia Gallery- Bucharest
  • 2014: Volta Show (Courtesy of Lena& Roselli Gallery)  – New York
  • 2014: Hungarian Consulate – New York
  • 2014: 360 Gallery, Northeastern University-Boston
  • 2013: Joella Gallery, Turku, Finland
  • 2013: Galeria IX- Budapest (Hungary)
  • 2013: “ Add- hoc”, Uj Kriterion Gallery, Miercurea Ciuc (Romania)
  • 2013: Galeria 26, Bucharest (with brochure), curated by Simona Vilau
  • 2011: Galéria IX – Budapest (Hungary)-with catalog
  • 2011: Léna&Roselli Gallery – Budapest (Hungary)
  • 2010:  Northeastern University- Boston (USA)-with catalog
  • 2010:  Székelyföld Galéria – Csíkszereda (Ro)
  • 2009: Galeria IX – Budapest – Hungary
  • 2009: Ingeborg Zweymüller Gallery – Baden (Austria)
  • 2009: Skanzen Gallery- Szentendre – Hungary-with catalog
  • 2008: Volksbank Gallery – Budapest – Hungary
  • 2008: Eleusis Gallery – Iasi – Romania-with catalog
  • 2008: Hungarian Culture Institute, with my master Mircia Dumitrescu: Bucharest (Romania)
  • 2007: Gallery of Romanian Academy: Bucharest (Romania)
  • 2007: Romanian Culture Institute, with my master Mircia Dumitrescu: Budapest (Hungary)
  • 2007: Romanian Culture Institute, with my master Mircia Dumitrescu: Wien  (Austria)
  • 2007: “Vizivarosi Galeria”, with my master Mircia Dumitrescu: Budapest (Hungary)
  • 2006: “Jelen Haz” Arad (Romania)
  • 2006: The showing of the bilingual (Hungarian, English) bibliophile work The Welsh Bards, From János Arany  in The National Széchényi Library- Budapest (Hungary)
  • 2006: Galeria IX – Budapest – Hungary
  • 2005: Vincze Gallery (Saint Michael Chapel, Fisherman Bastion in the Buda castle)-Budapest (Hungary)
  • 2005: Széchenyi Castle – Nagycenk – Hungary
  • 2005: Ingeborg Zweymüller Gallery – Baden (Austria), with Gusztáv Ütő
  • 2004: Ingeborg Zweymüller Gallery – Baden (Austria)
  • 2004: The Cultural Institution of Hungary – Bucharest
  • 2003: The showing of the trilingual (Hungarian,Romanian,German), bibliophile work: ”The day of the dead in Vienna” from Sándor Kányádi in The National Széchényi Library – Budapest (Hungary)
  • 2002: Horváth& Lukács Gallery- Nagycenk (Hungary)
  • 2001: the showing of 17 Endre Ady illustration, and of the bilingual, bibliophile work “Vertical Horses” from Sándor Kányádi at the International Book Exhibition – Budapest (Hungary)

Art Fairs:

Courtesy of Léna & Roselli Gallery

  • 2015: Art Market Budapest
  • 2014: Volta show-New York
  • 2013: Art Market Budapest
  • 2009: Slick Paris
  • 2009: Lineart- Belgium
  • 2009: Budapest Art Fair-Hungary
  • 2008: Budapest Art Fair-Hungary

Art prizes, appreciations:

  • 2013, 2015, 2016 NKA. Scholarship (Hungary)
  • Grand Prize for Contemporary Culture in Transylvania
  • 2011: NKA. Scholarship (Hungary)
  • 2011:  Awarded the Honours Graphic  Art Prize at Oscar KokoschkaSymposium, Pöchlarn, Austria
  • 2009: NKA. Scholarship (Hungary)
  • 2007: First prize of the Iosif Iser International Graphic Biennal, Ploieşti  (Romania)
  • 2007: NKA. Scholarship (Hungary)
  • 2006: NKA. Scholarship (Hungary)
  • 2005: Art-Scholarship of the Communitas foundation
  • 2004: Prize of The Hungarian Art Book Creators Society at the Biennial Graphical Festival from Miskolc for the trilingual bibliophile work: “ The day of the dead in Vienna” from Sándor Kányádi
  • 2002:  Romanian State-Scholarship –  Hungarian Fine Arts University from Budapest
  • 2001: Book- Planning Prize of The Romanian Literature Foundation
  • 2000: Book-Planning And Execution Prize of The Romanian Writer-Association

Works in public collections:

  • Szabó Ervin Library, Budapest (Hungary)
  • National Széchényi Library, Budapest (Hungary)
  • Town Museum-Győr (Hungary)
  • Biblioteca Bucurestilor Library- Bucharest (Romania)
  • The Modern Gallery of The Outdoor Museum- Szentendre (Hungary)
  • Collection of The Creative Settlement from Lăzarea (Romania)
  • Art Museum of Prahova (Romania)

Works in private collections:

  • Albert II, Prince of Monaco
  • Collection of Pope Francis -Vatican
  • Northeastern University -Boston (USA)
  • Horvath & Lukacs Gallery, Nagycenk (Hungary)
  • National Széchényi Library: Budapest (Hungary)
  • VinczeMill, Szentendre (Hungary)
  • Léna & Roselli Gallery (Hungary)
  • Ingeborg Zweymüller Gallery, Baden (Austria)
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3 Responses to “Bio”

  1. munk Says:

    nalunk itt nem fer ki az egesz egy oldalra komi 😀

  2. Donald Davis Says:

    Congrats on your beautiful body of work, creativity! don davis of San Francisco


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