Tamás Waliczky is one of the nominees for the Prima Primissima Prize 2019 in the Hungarian Fine Art category, next to Imre Bak and Ilona Lovas .
The list of candidates includes outstanding representatives of Hungarian science, art, culture and sport. The Prima Primissima Prize is so prestigious that being nominated is a great honor in itself. As in recent years, thirty winners are selected this year as well. In addition to the moral recognition, a total of 250 million HUF is shared among the winners.
Ani Molnár Gallery is happy and proud to announce that Sári Ember, the gallery’s artist is the winner of Leopold Bloom Art Award 2019.
The members of the international jury in 2019 were Dr. Paul O’Neill Irish curator, artist, writer and educator, Gabriela Kotiková art historian and curator living and working in Prague, and Noor Mertens curator and writer, currently based in Germany.
The Award endowed with €10,000 recognizes the work of the winning contemporary Hungarian artist, supporting her foray into the international scene through an independent exhibition outside Hungary. Thus Sári Ember will use the reward to realize a foreign exhibition. The Leopold Bloom Art Award finalists’ exhibition is on display in Ludwig Museum Budapest until 25 August 2019.
Ani Molnár Gallery is happy and proud to announce that the gallery’s artist, Tamás Waliczky’s project Imaginary Cameras will represent Hungary at the 58th Venice Biennale in 2019.
Opening ceremony: 9 May 2019, Thursday, 11.30 am
Location: Pavilion of Hungary, Giardini della Biennale, Venezia
Curator: Zsuzsanna Szegedy-Maszák, art historian
Opening speech: Jeffrey Shaw, new media artist
On view: 11 May – 24 November, 2019
We are happy and proud to announce that in the representation of the gallery, Péter Forgács’s video received the ‘Acquisition Award 2018’ at the currently running LOOP Barcelona, which is one of the most important video festival and fair of the world.
The Ani Molnár Gallery participates at ARCOmadrid international art fair between 27. February 2019 and 3. March 2019. Exhibited artists: Carlos Aires, Dénes Farkas, Tina Gverović, István Haász.