Ongoing exhibition:
Apeirographic prints featured at HuVAC's group show “To Canada, with Love” at Art Square Café, 334 Dundas West, Toronto.
Closing on Monday, October 23, 2017.

Canadian-Hungarian Group Show at Toronto's Art Square Gallery
2017. March 21.

The Hungarian Visual Artists of Canada (HuVAC) celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary with their new group show titled "To Canada, with Love".

On the heels of their recent 1956 memorial exhibition at Toronto's Consulate-General of Hungary, the art collective now sets its sights on celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Canada's Confederation at the decidedly bohemian Art Square Cafe & Gallery.

Located at 334 Dundas Street West in Toronto, directly accross from the Art Gallery of Ontario, the dual-focus establishment is not just a gallery but also—fittingly enough for a Hungarian crowd—a crepery par excellence, with a respectable list of both savoury and sweet crepes, along with specialty teas, and a thoughtful selection of wine, beer, and liquor.

In keeping with Art Square's chique and cozy atmosphere, the exhibition will primarily feature a mix of existing and newly created purchasable small works from HuVAC's 18 participating artists: Istvan Aggott Honsch, Anika Baranyai, Eva Bell, Peter Cserhati, Kinga Field, Leonora Husveti-Frenette, Nandor Horthy, Alex Husveti, Attila Keszei, Marianne Lantos, Kati Lowy, Rita Makai, Ildiko Rostas, Gabor Schultz, Kati Siklos, Lorant Szabo, Eva Horthy Turkewitsch, and Istvan Zadori.

This Hungarian-Canadian celebration of the national anniversary will be live from Tuesday, March 21st until Monday, April 3rd, 2017 with an opening reception hosted at the gallery on Sunday, March 26th, 2017 from 2-4pm—Consul-General Dr. Stefania Szabo already confirmed her intention to attend.



Apeirographs featured in Event Horizon magazine
2017. January 7.

In follow-up to my poem and artwork being featured in Event Horizon Magazine, I agreed to an interview, which is now available online: "Fractal Fascination".

Read it for additional insight into my process, philosophy, advice for those wanting to get into SciArt, additional original artwork, and more.



Apeirographs featured in Event Horizon magazine
2016. December 24.

Several of my apeirographs and my poem "On fractal forms" is featured in Event Horizon magazine's 10th issue.

Among other wonderful pieces therein, I enthusiastically recommend Roberta Singer's immersive article on Darwin and John Newson's fascinating poem on synesthesia.



1956 Memorial Group Exhibition
2016. October 20.

My apeirograph "Forradalom (Revolution)" is part of the Toronto Hungarian Consulate General's 1956 memorial exhibition of works by HuVAC artists. The group exhibition is open until the end of 2017 February, and appointments to view the works at the 175 Bloor Street East #1109, Toronto office can be requested by phone at 1 (647) 349-2550.

Several photos from the October 20th opening ceremony with Hungary's Ambassador to Canada Dr. Bálint Ódor and Consul General Dr. Stefánia Szabó are available online.



Biomorphs featured in inaugural issue of E-Squared Magazine
2016. October

I am honoured to be featured among many other talented artists in the up-and-coming SciArt publication E-Squared Magazine's first issue. Look for me on page 121, between experimental artist and photographer Renata Buziak and printmaker, photographer, illustrator, and installation artist Sarah Sanford.

As of early 2017, the surprisingly high-quality publication's inaugural issue remains available for purchase.



Colour biomorphs at HuVAC's Online Exhibition
2016. October 1.

Several of my colour biomorphs are available for viewing and purchase at HuVAC's e-Small Artworks online exhibition, alongside other wonderful works by my fellow Canadian-Hungarian artists.



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