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Lőrinc Borsos

Lőrinc Borsos

Bereich: Konzeptkunst

© Lorinc Borsos

© Lorinc Borsos

IMMOVABLE LAND Immoveable © Lorinc Borsos

LUEGER MEMORIAL (IT IS UP TO ME TO DECIDE WHO CAN HAVE A STATUE) © Lorinc Borsos

Key Facts

Nationalität

Ungarn

Bereich

Konzeptkunst

Wohnort

Székesfehérvár

Empfehlende Institution

tranzit.org/ERSTE Stiftung

Zeitraum

Mai 2016 - Mai 2016

LŐRINC BORSOS is in fact the hybrid of two artists: János BORSOS and Lilla LŐRINC working from 2008. During the first five years of her artistic career, she have focused on examining the possibilities of a self-reflective national identity. Following this period she favoured reflecting on the dark, unjust side of history through self-observation. Her trademark is the shiny black substance derived from the black enamel paint often found in her work. LŐRINC BORSOS lives in Székesfehérvár and works in Budapest.

Solo exhibitions
2014 Language of Flowers / Edwin Scharff Museum, Neu-Ulm (D)
2013 Send off / Viltin Gallery, Budapest
2013 Babel / India Art Fair, Delhi (IN)
2012 Exhibition for our Parents / Szent István Király Múzeum, Székesfehérvár
2011 The way of our money / Szabadmûvelödés Háza, Székesfehérvár
2010 Switch / Hungarian Institute, Tallinn (EST)
2010 Immovable Land / Viltin Gallery, Budapest
2010 Let There Be a World Famous Hungarian Contemporary Artist! / Contemporary Institute of Art, Dunaújváros
2009 Conspiracy - Midnight Transfer / Contemporary Institute of Art, Dunaújváros
2009 My Student Loan Debt in Hungarian Forints / Octogonart Gallery, Budapest

Selected Group exhibitions
2015 +45+55+95+ / Österreich Kultural Forum, Budapest
2015 Private Nationalism / Kiscelli Museum, Budapest Gallery, Budapest
2015 Post Contemporary / Chimera Project, Budapest
2015 Self Critical Portrait / Labor, Budapest
2015 Ostrale '15, Dresden (D)
2015 Red Tail, Blue Pencil / Off Biennále Budapest
2015 Blind spots / Supermarket Gallery, Off Biennále Budapest
2015 Accumlation of Matter / Lehrter Siebzehn, Berlin (D)
2014 Protekt / FKSE - Studio Gallery, Budapest
2014 Why don't you go play with your brother? / Trafo Galerie, Prague (CZ)
2014 Private Nationalism / Kunsthalle, Kosice (SK) / Zsolnay Cultural Quarter, Pécs (H) / Ostrale, Dresden (DE)
2014 The Emperor's new Apparel / Karlin Studios, Prague (CZ)
2013 Out of the Museum and into the Streets / Pavelhaus / Laafeld (A)
2013 Dammbruch / Ve.Sch, Wien (A)
2013 The Emperor's new Apparel / Trafó House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest
2013 Conceptualism today / Gallery of Paks, Paks
2012 What is Hungarian? / Kunsthalle, Budapest
2012 ISOLAT!ON / Meetropa, Senatsreservenspeicher, Berlin (D)
2012 Hungarica / Knoll Galerie, Wienna (A)
2012 State of Affairs / ATM Project, Pozsony (SK)
2011 Undefined Relations / Demo Gallery, Budapest
2011 JCE - International Art Biennal / Mountrouge (FR)
2010 Donumenta / "Leerer Beutel" Gallery, Regensburg (D)
2010 Central Europe Revisited III. / Schloss Esterházy, Eisenstadt (A)
2010 Exhibition of the Esterhazy Prize Winner Artists / Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna (A)
2008 Mechanics of the Canvas / Ernst Museum, Budapest

Prizes
2012 Smohay Award
2009 Esterhazy Painting Prize
2008 Strabag Painting Prize / First Prize (Lőrinc)

Lőrinc Borsos

Projektinfo

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Austria - a Dream (working title)
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In his current project, the artist would like to explore the period of the creation of Austrian identity from the early 20th century until the present, with special respect to the similarities and concordances with the Hungarian as well as his own artistic identity. During his residency in Austria, he would like to collect information for his research throughout his personal experiences. He would like to create an enigmatic world by treating the collected material within the domain of global connections, free associations and experimentation with materials. His epigraph for this long term research is from a book titled Katzenmusik by Gerhard Fritsch: "We need to wake up from the dream with the help of the dream we call past." The artist’s focus of interest in the project is how Fritsch’s method can be adapted to visual art, namely wherein something is -as Robert Menasse expresses in his book- "…fully composed of symbols, dreamscapes and signs without being symbolist." 

Dokumentation

The cultural vibe of the city is is very inspiring, and MQ is the hart of it. Very informative and friendly welcome from Erste Stiftung. Possibility to meet and talk with other artists from all over. Took part in exhibitions, saw a lot more, made new works.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS we took part in during the residency
Universal Hospitality (21.05 -19.06, 2016, Alte Post, Vienna)
Participating artists:  Catherine Anyango, Zanny Begg, Anca Benera / Arnold Estefan, Songül Boyraz, János Borsos, Dante Buu, Nicos Charalambidis, Anetta Mona Chişa / Lucia Tkáčová, Mansour Ciss, András Cséfalvay, Anna Daučíková, Yevgeniy Fiks, Petra Gerschner, GLUKLYA / Natalya Pershina-Yakimanskaya, Núria Güell, Sanja Iveković, Gülsün Karamustafa, Szabolcs KissPál, Martin Krenn, Tomasz Kulka, Damian Le Bas, Delaine Le Bas, Lőrinc Borsos, Victor López González, Angela Melitopoulos, Marina Naprushkina, Csaba Nemes, Adrian Paci, Martin Piaček, Lisl Ponger, Tomáš Rafa, R.E.P. Group, Oliver Ressler, Mykola Ridnyi, Juri Schaden, Marika Schmiedt, Roland Sejko, Tim Sharp, Société Réaliste / Ferenc Gróf, Hito Steyerl, Toledo i Dertschei, Artur Żmijewski u. a. Curated by:  Edit András, Birgit Lurz, Ilona Németh, Wolfgang Schlag  Entropy Works - Performance festival (26.05 - 28.05, CHB, Berlin) Participating Artists: Andrea éva Győri, Hajnal Német, Lőrinc Borsos Curated by: Kata Krasznahorkay  Dark Chapters (11.6.-30.7.2016 and 29.8.-10.9.2016, Rotor, Graz) Participating artists:  Max Aufischer, Nemanja Cvijanović, Mounir Fatmi, Douglas Hoagg, Volodymyr Kuznetsov, Olson Lamaj, Tatiana Lecomte, Lőrinc Borsos, Josef Schützenhöfer Curated by:  Margarethe Makovec & Anton Lederer  
NEW WORKS
 Immovable Land  Cute Little Aquarelles Series, Watercolour, A/6, 2016 - Lueger Memorial (It is up to me to decide who can have a statue)  Cute Little Aquarelles Series, Watercolour, A/6, 2016

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