For Those of Little Faith…..
Work does shift at the Ferdinand, at Kazi30! There now will this summer be more opportunities to show a work or two at Szentendre too as well as at Buda and accordingly I have taken more pieces to show there. One of these is the work featured here – Echoes of Bam.
Recently I went to visit an exhibition of Reigl Judit at the soon-to be closed down gallery near Boráros Tér in Budapest.
It was felt that the work was a little hit-and-miss – it did seem that for her, the process of creating seemed more important in many instances than the result – the most patterned and considered work was the best. She certainly appears to be the mistress of the Splodge – though in the Fifties, Splodges would have been radical indeed.
It was interesting to note that she liked to allow some substances to bleed through the canvas, creating subtleties of shading and staining…
I also bought a book about Roszda Endre, whose works we saw at a gallery near Moscow Square, when it was still Moscow Square. I always respond to work that is full of intricacy and pattern.