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Andràs MÁRKOS
das Haus von Madame Luca I - Farbradierung aus 1994


handsigniert, nummeriert
Auflage 6 Exemplare.
datiert: 1994
Format der Darstellung:
64x94cm, auf BüttenPapier 75x108cm.

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Künstler
Andras MARKOS, András Markós was born on June 16th 1950 in Miercurea Ciuc, (Csíkszereda, Csíksomlyó, Sumuleu), Harghita County – Romania. As a young man, András studied fine arts at the Art Academy Ion Andreescu in Klausenburg, Romania. After graduation he worked as a graphic designer for many years, he then turned his attention to being curator of medieval church art at the Komitatsmuseum in Cskszereda, and Set Designer for the Hungarian State Theatre. By 1981 András had exhibitions throughout Europe and finally in America, establishing himself as an internationally renowned artist. His work is grounded in abstract expressionism and conceptual art. He frequently works in thematic series and often incorporates words and calligraphic ideas, as well as collage into his imagery. Markós works in many medias, including painting on canvas and paper, lithography, serigraphy, etching and ceramics. His list of group shows include appearances at “Zalavar 74,” Hungary in 1974, “Joan Miro” International Competition for drawing, Barcelona, Spain and “Clausur” with “Die Gruppe” at L’Esplanade la Defense, Paris in 1984. Also, his one-person shows have appeared at Galerie Basilisk, Vienna in 1981; Neues Rathaus Galerie, Leonberg, Germany; Maison des Arts, Belford, France in 1987.

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