Welcome to the Koller Gallery's website

Please choose your language

Almásy, Aladár

Biography

You wish to be alarmed by any new work by this artist? Please enter your email

Subscribe
Alarm me
I have an artwork by this artist

Artworks for sale

Biography

Aladár Almásy was born on April 28th of 1946 in Debrecen. In 1973, he graduated from the University of Fine Arts in Budapest, as a student of Jenő Barcsay, Aurél Bernáth, Sándor Ék and Károly Raszler. He travelled to Paris in 1979. Since 1974 he has had exhibitions continuously. His ateliers are in Budapest and Nógrádkövesd. Almásy is a member of several artistic associations, such as the Színyei Merse Pál Society.

In 1976, he had an individual exhibition in New York, two years later in Paris, and among other places in Hungary. His works were also exhibited in the "Műcsarnok" art gallery in Budapest. He regularly participates in national graphical and painting exhibitions. Almásy's works can be found in the Hungarian National Gallery, in the Herman Ottó Museum in Miskolc, and in the Tornyai Museum in Hódmezővásárhely.

In his watercolours, oil-paintings and graphics a strange world unfolds in front of the spectator's eyes; a mystical, quite bizarre, but always interesting, surreal world.

In Almásy's art realistic and imaginary plant shapes and human forms are interconnected by fine lines and defined, suggestive colours. 

The motives of nature as well as the historical, literary, and philosophical references give room for free associations, while summoning human feelings and moods as well as the world of rational thought. 

Year Biography
   
1946 Born in Debrecen
1969-1973    Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts
1970-1973 Master training (MSc), Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts
   
   
  His teachers: Jenő Barcsay, Aurél Bernáth, Sándor Ék, Tibor Rozanits, Károly Raszler
   
  Awards
   
2005 István Bocskai memorial medal
2004 Bálint Balassi-award
  Csaba Rékassy-award
  Graphical Biennial of Miskolc
1999 National Culture Fund awards
1998 Arte des Art scholarship, Paris
1997 Koller-award
1994 Hódmezővásárhelyi Servió Bt.-awards
1993 MAOE-award
1992 Autumn Exhibition of Hódmezővásárhely, Municipality's award
1987 Munkácsy-award
1986 Autumn Exhibition of Vásárhely, Csongrád county' award
1985 Miskolc Graphics Biennale Grand Prize.
1980 Derkovits-memorial medal
1979 Paris
1978 Derkovits-scholarship
1976 Béla Kondor-award
   
  Single exhibitions
   
2006 Petőfi Museum of Literature, Budapest
2003 Aulich Art Gallery, Budapest
2002 Dorottya Gallery, Budapest
2001 Körmendi Gallery, Sopron
2000 Budapest Gallery, Budapest
1999 Hungarian Institute, Paris
  Újlipótvárosi KlubGallery, Budapest
1995 Vigadó Gallery, Budapest
1994 Olof Palme House, Budapest
  Art Gallery, Budapest
1990 Somogyi Képtár, Kaposvár
1989 Vigadó Gallery, Budapest
1986 Imre Madách House of Culture, Vác
  Dürer Hall, Budapest
1979 Helikon Gallery, Budapest
1978 Stúdió Gallery, Budapest
  Galerie Lucien Servou Pierre, Paris
1976 Gallery Annie Hausmens, New York
  Medgyessy Hall, Hódmezővásárhely
   
   
  Works in public collections
   
  Déri Museum, Debrecen
  Hatvani Museum, Hatvan
  Ottó Herman Museum, Miskolc
  Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
  János Tornyai Museum, Hódmezővásárhely
OK
Contact
Send
This site uses cookies to improve your browsing experience

Please accept this once, thank you!

I acccept