TOBE Project
July 27 - August 24, 2019

Exhibited artists: Zsófi Barabás (HU), András Bernát (HU), Gustavo Blanco-Uribe (VE-ES), Gábor Erdélyi (HU), Árpád Forgó (HU), András Gál (HU), István Halmi-Horváth (HU), Lili(ana) (US) + Atreyu’s Horse (HU), Bence Marafkó (HU), Liz Nielsen (HU), Anikó Robitz (HU), José Luis Sánchez (VE), Carla Tabora (BR-ES), Alejandro Vega Beuvrin (VE-ES)


The papaya tree’s geometric shapes and the cold, green hues of the fruit bark, as well as the warm, vivid orange color of the fruit esh appears in the exhibited works. Exhibition artists display paintings, photographs, installations and artwork on canvas that create a dialogue by harmoniously contrasting fresh, summery, complementary colors and different shapes. The works of different techniques represent a great way of revealing the contemporary way of interpretation and the expression of the work of this generation, in
addition to the unique ways and compositions of contemporary artists.
PAPAYA, exhibited in Pegazus, consistently represents the innovative and experimental creators of contemporary art as a continuation of the PIÑA exhibition held one year earlier.

©Réka Turóczi, art historian student



Curated by Bea Puskás – Tomas Opitz | TOBE Project
July 27 – August 24, 2019

opened by Judit Nemes, artist

PEGAZUS | Szentbékkálla, Hungary

• special thanks to Horizont Galéria


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