Moses Incze’s paintings have been continously growing in reputation within hungarian contemporary figurative art. He was originally born in Transylvania, but from the mid-90s he is living in Hungary. His paintings recall the old masters efforts, but also reflect on fresh and actual topics, counterpointing and overwriting them with provoking visual elements. On his classically composed works almost always an object appears that is associated with our current time; typically his figures and scenes contain everyday devices, tools, or other attributes of our everyday life. The large part of his exhibited paintings of this exhibition focuses on the subject of the ambigue relation between man and the digital world.
In parallel with our exhibition in Budapest, Incze’s reputation is growing also abroad: only one week after our opening, the artist will have his first show in Lugano, Switzerland.
Our exhibition is on show until april 2nd.