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(Magyar) LABOR PÁLYÁZATI KIÍRÁS-2017/2018

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(Magyar) Pacsika Rudolf: Mestermunka

Open Call Labor Gallery 2016

 

Open Call Labor Gallery 2016

Open Call for projects to realized in Labor Gallery, for members of 360 degree eiffel tower web cams FKSE, MMSZK and students of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts

Labor Gallery makes an open call for members of FKSE, MMSZK and students of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. Applicants have to realize their projects-plans between 01. June 2016 and 01. June 2017. Labor is a gallery space in the heart of Budapest, operated byC³ Center for Culture & Communication Foundation (C3), the Studio of Young Artists’ Association (FKSE) and the Hungarian University of Fine Arts (MKE). The Labor Committee, consisting of representatives from all three institutions wishes to expand the collaboration between their members through events and projects, therefore, we welcome applications and try to stimulate exchange with the Open Call. Applications can be submitted by any member of FKSE, MMSZK and student from MKE (including the Doctorate School). Floor plan and other information: http://labor.c3.hu/en/informacio/

The project plans can be:

● individual or group exhibitions (duration: max.l 3 weeks) ● event series ● workshops (one or more days) ● one-day-events

Requirements:

● at least one participant should be a member of FKSE, MMSZK or student of MKE ● a curator/project manager ● in the case of exhibitions, at leat one related event (for example talk, presentation, guided tour, screening etc.) ● filled-out application form

Application form requirements:

● description and project concept (min 0,5 but max. 1 A/4 page) ● list of participants ● professional CV of participants and curator/manager (digital portfolio or website/blog can be submitted) ● list of needed tools and materials (exhibitors can use the tools of Labor Gallery) ● list of needed technical equipment (for winning submissions it is possible to use the equipment of FKSE or MKE with certain restrictions. Any other need has to be taken care of by the exhibitors) ● planned timeline of the project (please mark the preferred realisation period, also periods which are excluded. In the case of exhibitions, please write the opening times which would be realistic for you to keep and the amount of days needed for building and deconstructing.) ● approximate budget We ask everyone to please keep in mind that guarding the exhibitions is the responsibility of the exhibitors. Please merge the application form and every other material and attachment into ONE PDF file.

Furthermore, submissions will be rewarded:

● which include C3, FKSE, MMSZK or MKE in any way in the project

Application deadline:

17 April 2016, 12.00 PM Applications are judged by the Labor Committee.

Deadline of results:

24 April 2016 Please submit your application at laborgaleria@gmail.com (max. 8 MB). The subject of the e-mail should be ,,Labor 2016 pályázat”. You should get a response e-mail within a week stating that we have received your application. Download Application form.

 

Open Call Labor Gallery 2016

Open Call for projects to realized in Labor Gallery, for members of 360 degree eiffel tower web cams FKSE, MMSZK and students of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts

Labor Gallery makes an open call for members of FKSE, MMSZK and students of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. Applicants have to realize their projects-plans between 01. June 2016 and 01. June 2017.

Labor is a gallery space in the heart of Budapest, operated byC³ Center for Culture & Communication Foundation (C3), the Studio of Young Artists’ Association (FKSE) and the Hungarian University of Fine Arts (MKE). The Labor Committee, consisting of representatives from all three institutions wishes to expand the collaboration between their members through events and projects, therefore, we welcome applications and try to stimulate exchange with the Open Call.

Applications can be submitted by any member of FKSE, MMSZK and student from MKE (including the Doctorate School).

Floor plan and other information: http://labor.c3.hu/en/informacio/

The project plans can be:

● individual or group exhibitions (duration: max.l 3 weeks)

● event series

● workshops (one or more days)

● one-day-events

Requirements:

● at least one participant should be a member of FKSE, MMSZK or student of MKE

● a curator/project manager

● in the case of exhibitions, at leat one related event (for example talk, presentation, guided tour, screening etc.)

● filled-out application form

Application form requirements:

● description and project concept (min 0,5 but max. 1 A/4 page)

● list of participants

● professional CV of participants and curator/manager (digital portfolio or website/blog can be submitted)

● list of needed tools and materials (exhibitors can use the tools of Labor Gallery)

● list of needed technical equipment (for winning submissions it is possible to use the equipment of FKSE or MKE with certain restrictions. Any other need has to be taken care of by the exhibitors)

● planned timeline of the project (please mark the preferred realisation period, also periods which are excluded. In the case of exhibitions, please write the opening times which would be realistic for you to keep and the amount of days needed for building and deconstructing.)

● approximate budget

We ask everyone to please keep in mind that guarding the exhibitions is the responsibility of the exhibitors.

Please merge the application form and every other material and attachment into ONE PDF file.

Furthermore, submissions will be rewarded:

● which include C3, FKSE, MMSZK or MKE in any way in the project

Application deadline:

17 April 2016, 12.00 PM

Applications are judged by the Labor Committee.

Deadline of results:

24 April 2016

Please submit your application at laborgaleria@gmail.com (max. 8 MB).

The subject of the e-mail should be ,,Labor 2016 pályázat”.

You should get a response e-mail within a week stating that we have received your application.

Download Application form.

Dionỳz Troskó (SK): Vjeran pas – Visual Guide of Forgetting

Opening: 19th February 2016.
Opening event: guided tour by Beata Jablonska, Slovak curator and Dionỳz Troskó

Project coordinator: Bea Istvánkó

On view: 20th February – 3rd March 2016.
Opening hours: Mo-Sat 4pm-7pm


The exhibition Vjeran pas* (Loyal Dog – Visual Guide of Forgetting) is about historical monuments; destroyed and forgotten monuments, about modified monuments and about public spaces which are continuously meaningfuls for the prevailing political systems therefore building, replacing or demolishing the memorials is a common practice.

Dionỳz Troskó (SK), focuses on three emblematic memorial locations, which are demonstrating the peculiar relationship of the Slovak and the Hungarian history. Based on the above-mentioned three categories the Hungarian-born Troskó, with the language of contemporary sculpture, is reflecting on the Millennium monument demolished after the Treaty of Trianon in the castle of Devín, on the continuously modified Zobor hill monument next to Nitra and on the three successive representative monument of the Ľudovít Štúr Square (former Coronation hill Square) in Bratislava.

Out of the five selected monuments by Troskó the Devín and the Zobor hill memorials are both part of the series of seven sculptures which was ordered by the Hungarian Wekerle government to the Millennium celebrations in 1896. The plan of the monuments was created by Gyula Berczik, Architect and Technical Counsellor, not by a professional sculptor which suggests that the primary inspiration was to communicate a political message. The third location chosen is the Ludovít Štúr square in Bratislava with the monument of Maria Theresa from 1897, after with the General Štefánik statue of Milan Rastislav from 1938 and finally with the Ludovít Štúr sculpture from the seventies. The idea of the reconstruction of the Maria Theresa monument came up in 2009, but was rejected in 2012 by the city council.

Troskó with his large scale metal sculptures, made specifically for the exhibition, reflects on the phenomenon that the change in the political system is associated with the physical deconstruction of the symbols of the past, or at least with their transformation according to the preferences of the actual regime.

* Vjeran pas: song title of the Croatian emblematic punk band called Termiti from the 1970s. Vjeran pas means loyal dog.

Dionỳz Troskó’s exhibition, Vjeran pas is the closing event of the Contain[era] – Materialized Information Transfer in the Post-internet Era project, funded by the European Union.

Organizers:
http://www.containera.eu/
http://studio.c3.hu/nemzetkozi-kapcsolatok/containera/
http://labor.c3.hu/

Contact:
studio@c3.hu
+36 70 324 47 48Opening: 19th February 2016.
Opening event: guided tour by Beata Jablonska, Slovak curator and Dionỳz Troskó

Project coordinator: Bea Istvánkó

On view: 20th February – 3rd March 2016.
Opening hours: Mo-Sat 4pm-7pm


The exhibition Vjeran pas* (Loyal Dog – Visual Guide of Forgetting) is about historical monuments; destroyed and forgotten monuments, about modified monuments and about public spaces which are continuously meaningfuls for the prevailing political systems therefore building, replacing or demolishing the memorials is a common practice.

Dionỳz Troskó (SK), focuses on three emblematic memorial locations, which are demonstrating the peculiar relationship of the Slovak and the Hungarian history. Based on the above-mentioned three categories the Hungarian-born Troskó, with the language of contemporary sculpture, is reflecting on the Millennium monument demolished after the Treaty of Trianon in the castle of Devín, on the continuously modified Zobor hill monument next to Nitra and on the three successive representative monument of the Ľudovít Štúr Square (former Coronation hill Square) in Bratislava.

Out of the five selected monuments by Troskó the Devín and the Zobor hill memorials are both part of the series of seven sculptures which was ordered by the Hungarian Wekerle government to the Millennium celebrations in 1896. The plan of the monuments was created by Gyula Berczik, Architect and Technical Counsellor, not by a professional sculptor which suggests that the primary inspiration was to communicate a political message. The third location chosen is the Ludovít Štúr square in Bratislava with the monument of Maria Theresa from 1897, after with the General Štefánik statue of Milan Rastislav from 1938 and finally with the Ludovít Štúr sculpture from the seventies. The idea of the reconstruction of the Maria Theresa monument came up in 2009, but was rejected in 2012 by the city council.

Troskó with his large scale metal sculptures, made specifically for the exhibition, reflects on the phenomenon that the change in the political system is associated with the physical deconstruction of the symbols of the past, or at least with their transformation according to the preferences of the actual regime.

* Vjeran pas: song title of the Croatian emblematic punk band called Termiti from the 1970s. Vjeran pas means loyal dog.

Dionỳz Troskó’s exhibition, Vjeran pas is the closing event of the Contain[era] – Materialized Information Transfer in the Post-internet Era project, funded by the European Union.

Organizers:
http://www.containera.eu/
http://studio.c3.hu/nemzetkozi-kapcsolatok/containera/
http://labor.c3.hu/

Contact:
studio@c3.hu
+36 70 324 47 48

(Magyar) Herczeg Klára-díj-átadó – LÁNYOK BELSEJE, ZSARNOK VÉRE

(Magyar) Molnár Zsolt | Mobil struktúrák

Insight

10th-13rd December 2015.

The 2nd year BA Students of the Department of Art Theory and Curatorial Studies at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts cordially invite you to the exhibition opening of INSIGHT

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Our exhibition focuses on questions that students of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts have been dealing with. Our aim is to present themes which have been of interest to them and genres they prefer to work in – regardless of the program they study in. Examining the early stage of an artist’s career – we mainly selected students in the 3rd and 4th years – we wish to emphasize the sometimes surprising match between the themes they have chosen. These include, for instance: personal narrative, internal and external environment, and metamorphosis of the face.
In parallel, we are also conducting research concerning the galleries and exhibition venues in Budapest that are open to working with emerging artists. The result of this research is a continuously expandable database, which we hope could serve as a useful resource for university students.

A kiállítást megnyitja / Opened by: Dr. habil, DLA Kőnig Frigyes egyetemi tanár, a Művészeti Anatómia, Rajzi és Geometria Tanszék vezetője

Kiállítók / Participants: Agafina Anna, Becskei Andor, Benyovszky Zsuzsanna, Gutema Dávid, Kazsik Marcell, Kármán Dániel, Kovács Réka, Magyari Zsuzsa, Mikola Tamás, Mikulán Dávid, Péter Fanni, Tóth Enikő, Végvári Gergely
A Magyar Képzőművészeti Egyetem hallgatói.

Kurátor hallgatók / Curator students: Fincziczki Katalin, Honti Eszter, Kövesdi Henriett, Maj Ajna, Nagy Zsóka, Nemes Nóra, Sárdi Orsolya, Tóth Bernadett, Török Anita, Turai Kincső

Gyakorlatvezető / Project Supervisor : Lázár Eszter

Bohózat. | Clown pages

Bohóc Oldalak (’Clown Pages’) newspaper/fanzine had been available from 2011 to 2015 in Budapest. Bohóc Oldalak (’Clown Pages’) is a jokesheet reflecting on the life, living conditions and surroundings of Ferenc Gorcsakovszki.

Who is Ferenc Gorcsakovszki? An unemployed floorer born in the 6th district, had been in jug multiple times, committed several smaller or bigger crimes, had been an alcoholic for over 10 years. However Ferenc Gorcskovszki was not an alcoholic, unemployed floorer. He was the editor of Bohóc Oldalak (’Clown Pages’), he was the Clown. Bohóc Oldalak (’Clown Pages’) is an outsanding piece of the fanzine culture of Hungary. Following an illness of one and a half years, Ferenc Gorcskovszki passed away on 6th August 2015.

On the occasion of this exhibition won through Labor Gallery’s annual open call, I (Kristóf Kovács) contacted Hungarian fanzine publishers to create alternatives to Bohóc Oldalak (’Clown Pages’), to create their own interpretations and reflections on the magazine.

These ’alternatives’ to Bohóc Oldalak (’Clown Pages’) and further objects, artworks connected to Ferenc Gorcsakovszki will be presented in the exhibition, opening on 12th November.

The exhibition will be open: 12th November – 15th November.

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