The theme of the exhibition, which can be visited from 22 January, is drawing, which is the simplest and most obvious tool and technique in pictorial thinking. Direct and primary representation of thinking and process. When the first drawing is born, we also experience abstraction and grow up with this knowledge. The drawing can be of many kinds, for example, open, sequential, conceptual, meditative, searching, randomly playing, sketch-like. It shows the thinking of artists, the simplest and most complicated thing can be explained by drawing or with its help. It is already interesting to think about the relationship to the drawing, this exhibition would be an exciting comparison of differences and similarities. Some exhibitors also express this relationship in text.
BÁLVÁNYOS Levente | BEKW László | BERNÁT András | BINAURA | BODÓCZKY István | CSÖRGŐ Anna | CSÖRGŐ Attila | FUSZ Mátyás | GALLOV Péter | GALLUSZ Gyöngyi | GÁYOR Tibor | HAÁSZ István | HAÁSZ Katalin | HOLLÁN Sándor | IMRE Mariann | JOVANOVICS Tamás | KELLE Antal | KESERŰ Károly | KRISTÓF Krisztián | KÚTVÖLGYI-SZABÓ Áron | LÁBAS Zoltán | Claudia-Maria Luenig | MADÁCSY István | MENGYÁN András | MAURER Dóra | MILASOVSZKY László | MOLNÁR Vera | MOSTOHA Marcell | NAGY Barbara | NEMES Judit | POROSZLAI Eszter | PÓLYA zsombor | RÁKÓCZY Gizella | SCHMAl Károly | Klaus STAUDT | SZEGEDY-MASZÁK Zoltán | SZELLEY Lellé | SZILÁGYI Teréz | SZÍJ Kamilla | TARR Hajnalka | TASNÁDI József | TIBOR Zsolt | TÜRK Péter | VARGA Éva | VARGA György | VÉCSEI Júlia | HELGA WeiHs | ZALAVÁRI András