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Kondor, Attila




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Attila Kondor was born in 1974 in Budapest. In 2000 he graduated as a graphic from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, where he studied with András Baranyai. In 1998 he was awarded the "Lithography is 200 Years Old” prize. In 2000 he was the recipient of the Béla Kondor-award, and in 2007 he received the "Scholarship of Rome" award.

In his paintings we mostly see intense perspectives and reflections. The past becomes present, and time becomes infinite. Kondor's landscapes are unique, as they all lack human presence, which makes the spectator reflect on uneventful immobility. In Kondor’s painted spaces perspective is regularly tilted, since the artist frequently inserts axonometric lines when rendering architectural structures.

Attila Kondor is one of the most remarkable figures of the new generation of painters in Hungary. In the progressive 21st century, Kondors static visual appearance forces the recipient to stop and contemplate, so the artist breaks out of the never ending information flow by going back to the traditions of calm painting.

Year Biography
1974 born in Budapest
2000 graduates from the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts
  Teacher: András Baranyay
2012 Work Reward, Vásárhelyi Őszi Tárlat, Hódmezővásárhely
2009 Scolarship of "Újbuda Mecénás"
2007 Scholarship of Rome
2000 Béla Kondor award
1998 First prize of the „200 Years Old is the Lithography”
1997 Barcsay-award
  Selected single exhibitions
2012 The Art of Memory, Budapest Gallery, Budapest
2011 Elmélyedés, Ari Kupsus Gallery, Budapest
  Orientations No. 3. Pepper Art Projects Gallery, Budapest
  Ittlét, Újbuda Gallery, Budapest
2009 Mind and Existence Bartók 32 Gallery, Budapest
2008 Hermetic gardens / Giardini Ermetici Italian Cultural Institute, Budapest
  Orientations No. 1-2. Garden of Collection M.C.P. and Gallery of Association of Hungarian Young Artist, Budapest
2007 Little contemplations Volksbank Gallery, Budapest
  Contemplation Greak Church Exhibition Hall, Vác
  Tradition Transmitter-Receiver Inda Gallery, Budapest
2006 Parmenidész-fragments Huba Gallery, Budapest
  First glance Szinyei Exhibition Room, Budapest
2004 The gardens of contemplation Szinyei Exhibition Room, Budapest
2002 The places of contemplation I. Multicont Rt. Kiállító, Budapest
  The places of contemplation Meander Gallery, Budapest
1999 Natura Nuda – Natura Morta  Óbudai Társaskör Gallery
1997 Discovered places Óbudai Társaskör Gallery, with Csaba Filp
1996 Still life Cirkó-gejzír Gallery
  Selected group exhibitions
2013 Budapest immersion Új Budapest Galéria, Budapest
  Lonely landscape Déri Múzeum, Debrecen
2012 Férfiképmás, Pepper Art Project, Budapest 
  Living Painting Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
2011 La Nuova Europa – Giovani Artisti Ungheresi, Potenza, Olaszország
  Half-time Pepper Art Project's, Budapest
2010 A vision of the eye: my day - my night Koller Galléria ,Budapest
  The Sensaria Society in Kecskemét Bozsó-Collection, Kecskemét
  Relations Deák Collection, Székesfehérvár
2009 Genius Loci Gallery of Old Artcamp, Szentendre
  „Bátor tábor” Charity Auction Exibition, Hotel Hilton, Budapest
  Urban-landscapes Molnár Ani Gallery, Budapest
2008 Kogart Contemporary Collection, Kogart House, Budapest
  Patronage of Art Volksbank, Kogart House, Budapest
  New renesance Picture Gallery of Kaposvár
  Sulla strada   Accademia d’Ungheria a Roma, Róma
2007 The light Volksbank Gallery, Budapest
  TIME OF PAINTING, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
2006 The Collection of Museum Tragor Ignác, Gallery of Pécs, Pécs
  BEYOND TIME – The adopted tradition of painting Szombathelyi Képtár
2005 XI th TRIENNALE of DELHI, New-Delhi, India
2004 SENSARIA -Godot Gallery
2003 Hortus Conclusus, Greek Church Exhibition Hall, Vác
1997 Still-life Biennial of Venice –  Velencefürdő
  Művek közgyűjteményekben
  Fondation COLAS Budapest,
  Contemporary Collection of Museum Ignác Tragor of Vác
  Kogart Contemporary Collection
  Volksbank Budapest
  Picture Gallery of Szeged
  Antenna Hungaria Budapest
  University of Debrecen
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