Geometric Generations: Jerzy Grochocki and Hungarian Contemporaries, Budapest

July 20 – September 3, 2017

Fuga Budapest Center of Architecture / Polish Institute / Parallel Art Foundation
Fúga Budapesti Építészeti Központ / Lengyel Intézet / Parallel Művészeti Alapítvány

Mészáros Zsolt: Geometrikus generációk, 2017. 07. 30.:

Exhibiting artists:

Krisztina DOBÓ, Árpád FORGÓ, Jerzy GROCHOCKI, István HAÁSZ,

Opened by:
Zsolt MÉSZÁROS (art historian)

Polish artist Jerzy GROCHOCKI (1931) is a contemporary representative of systematic painting; his work is akin to the systematic abstract and repetitive concepts of Kenneth NOLAND, Ad REINHARDT and Thomas DOWNING. 
GROCHOCKI’s works are based on a four-color system of black, gold, silver and white, where the colors represent tranquility, confinement, separation and tension. His works are characterized by simplicity and elegance, resulting from the unique synthesis of colors and shapes.
The exhibition titled Geometric Generations is an attempt to find parallels and differences between the Polish artist and 6 of his Hungarian contemporaries in the field of geometric art.

Parallel Art Foundation Exhibition 
Sponsor: Polish Institute, Budapest

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