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Németh Ágnes
Szobrászat / Kisplasztika / Érem
Budapest
Magyarország
http://www.nemethagnes.hu
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Tíz éve jelent meg a természetes anyagok használata a műveimben (fűzfavessző fonás, agyag, színes földek, nád, szalma, lószőr, varsák)
Előtte kisplasztikákat készítettem, szürreális talált tárgyakból készült alkotásokat, térmunkákat, és fotómanipulációkat.
Az utóbbi 8 évben a Kozmoszkert projekten dolgozom amely az eddigi szellemi, spirituális, művészi, és élettapasztalataimat foglalja össze,
ez egy építészetet és szobrászatot egyesítő land art mű-egyéni meditációs objektum.
Legutóbb fémszálakból szőtt roncsolt emberi figurákat készítettem.
Kísérleteimben a szobrászat tradícióit újragondoló formavilág foglalkoztat.



CURRICULUM VITAE



Ágnes Németh
(born in Tiszalök, Hungary on 3 September 1957)




Address: Erzsébet körút 28., 1073 Budapest / Hungary
Studio: Csókakő st. 27., XVI. ker. (Cinkota), Budapest
Phone: (36)-1- 322 39 99, 06-30-66-35-642
Email: nemethagnes@david-art.hu

1978-1985: BA and MA in Painting from the Hungarian Academy of Fine
Arts under the mastership of Lajos Sváby


Residence:
from 1957 to 1970 in Tiszavasvári, since 1970 in Budapest


Artistic and teaching appointments:
David Open Art School (since September 2007)
Moholy Studio of Fine Arts (18 years, since 1987).
Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists (since 1991)
Art Fund of the Hungarian People’s Republic succeeded by the Association of Hungarian Creative Artists (since 1985)


Professional memberships:
Association of Hungarian Creative Artists (since 1985)
Association of Fine Artists (Section of Medallists and Sculptors since 1990)
Young Artists’ Studio (1986 –1995)


Awards, scholarships and fellowships:
1989-1990 Hungarian State Eötvös Scholarship
1992-1993 K&H Bank Award
1993-1996 Derkovits Fellowship
2006 MAOE Fellowship
2005-2006-2008 NKA Fine Art Scholarship
2009 "Deduction" Sculptor Bienale, Szentendre city award

Solo exhibitions:
1986 “Roads”. Jókai Club, Budapest
1986 Gutenberg Gallery (with György Olajos György), Budapest
1988 Abbey library, Pannonhalma
1988 Matrix Museum (with Nánda Stössel), Százhalombatta
1988 Saint Mary’s Chapel, Tápiószentmárton
1990 Municipal Museum of Art, Pillared House, Sopron
1992 Fészek Artist Club, Hermann Room, Budapest
1993 Community Cultural Centre, Sárospatak.
1997 Vigadó Gallery, Budapest
2002 “Daimon” – retrospective exhibition, Ernst Museum, Budapest
2004 K.A.S Gallery, Budapest
2004 U-Gallery, Finland, Helsinki
2005 Museum of Contemporary Arts, Estonia, Tallinn
2005 “Self-bridling”, Bartók Gallery, Budapest
2006 Cultural Centre, Siófok
2006 “Floating”, K.A.S Gallery, Budapest
2007 “Sundial”, Ernst Museum, Budapest


Collective exhibitions:
1985,1987 Small Sculpture Biennale, Pécs
1989,1991
1993,1995 Medal Biennale, Sopron
1986 Art Show, Szentendre
1987 FIDEM, Colorado Springs, USA.
1992 FIDEM, London, Anglia
1994 FIDEM, Budapest
1998 Dante Biennale, Ravenna, Italy
1989-1991,1993 Studio exhibition, Budapest
1994 Exhibition of Derkovits Scholars, Olof Palme House, Budapest
1995 Exhibition “Ark”, Vigadó Gallery, Budapest
1995 Exhibition of Derkovits Scholars, Ernst Museum, Budapest and Prague
1995 International art programme, Dachau, Germany
1995 “Panorama: Hungarian Sculpture”, Art Hall, Budapest
1995 “Man and Nature”, Vajdahunyad Castle, Budapest (3rd prize)
1996 Exhibition of Derkovits Scholars, Ernst Museum, Budapest
1997 Hungarian Saloon, Art Hall, Budapest
1998 International Paper Art Biennale, Vasarely Museum
1999 “Grotesque”, Vaszary Gallery, Kaposvár
2000 “Women’s Art in Hungary”, Ernst Museum, Budapest
2001 International Architecture Biennale, Hungarian Pavilion, Venice, Italy
2001 “Women’s Art in Hungary”, Sophia, Bulgaria
2001 Millennial Sculpture Exhibition, Art Hall, Budapest
2006 Art show. Works by the awardees of the Association of Hungarian Creative Artists’ grants, Olof Palme House, Budapest
2009 "Deduction" Sculptor Bienale, Szentendre, Hungary


Works in public collections:
Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
British Museum, London


Public and private commissions:
Medal (bronze): Benedictine Abbey, Pannonhalma
Inauguration medal (bronze): Calvinist church in Szilágyi Dezső Square, Budapest
Inauguration medal (bronze): Matrix Museum, Százhalombatta:
Relief of Kálmán Istókovits (exterior, 60x80cm, bronze): Szép st. 5., Budapest
Earth picture: private villa in Művész st., Budapest
"Wings" – 40 m² earth-picture: Don Folklore shop, Hercegprímás st. 7, Budapest

Bibliography, publications and reviews:
1987 Jolán Balogh: With pen, chisel and brush. In: Szövetkezet, 11 March 1987
1988 Exhibition of Ágnes Németh’s works: Tápiószentmárton, Saint Mary’s Chapel (catalogue)
1988 Exhibition of sculptures by Ágnes Németh and Nánda Stössel: Százhalombatta, Matrix Museum (catalogue)
1990 György Kiss: Preface to the exhibition of sculptor Ágnes Németh. Pillared House, Sopron (catalogue)
1992 János Sturcz: Fish-trapped head. About the sculptor Ágnes Németh (catalogue)
1994 János Sturcz: Naturally... in Hungary. The use of natural materials, energies and locations in Hungarian arts from 1970 to date.
In: Naturally, Budapest, Art Hall, Budapest (catalogue)
1995 Panorama: Hungarian Sculpture. Budapest, Art Hall (catalogue, preface by Irén Pilaszanovich and Tibor Wehner)
1995 György Szegő: Medusa’s Ark. In: Új Művészet, 1995/9
1996 Imre Szemethy: The basis for an immediate tomorrow. (About the maverick artisanship of Ágnes Németh) In: Mozgó Világ, 1996/9/76.
1997 György Szegő: Preface. Sculptor Ágnes Németh. Budapest (catalogue)
1997 Gábor Bóta: Voices and inner landscapes. In: Magyar Hírlap, 21 October 1997
1997 Nikolett Ságmeister: Dream-trap. In: Balkon 1997( 10-121)36-38.
1997 Nikolett Ságmeister: Dream-trap. In: Pester Lloyd, 5 November 1997
1998 János Sturcz: Water and reed. Exhibition by Ágnes Szabics and Ágnes Németh in Vigadó Gallery. In: Új Művészet, 1998 (4) 23-25.
1999 János Sturcz: Janus halfway. In: Studies about art theory and contemporary Hungarian and American art, pp. 185-187.
2000 Encyclopedia of Contemporary Hungarian Art, Volume II, p. 913. Budapest, Enciklopédia Publishing House
2000 Katalin Keserü: ‘The second sex. In: Women’s Art in Hungary 1960-2000. In: Women’s Art in Hungary, Budapest, Ernst Museum.
2000 János Sturcz: Symbols and media in Hungarian women’s art as reflected by
changes in the attitude to nature. In: Women's Art in Hungary 1960-2000. Budapest, Ernst Museum, pp. 71-75.
2000 János Gerle – György Szegő: Catalogue of the International Architecture Biennale, Hungarian Pavilion, Venice, Italy
2000 János Gerle – György Szegő: Soul ship, dual column. Visual artist Ágnes Németh. In: Towards a New Atlantis. 7th International Architecture Biennale.
Budapest, Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Arts (catalogue)
2002 Béla Gömör: The cultural background of 120 years of making memorial medals. In: Budapest, GMR Advertising Agency., pp. 224-225.
2002 György Szegő: Ágnes Németh and Ágens. Preface to Ágnes Németh’s exhibition.
Budapest, Ernst Museum (catalogue)
2002 Daimon. The earth picture. Preface to Ágnes Németh’s exhibition. Budapest, Ernst Museum (catalogue)
2002 Review by György Szegő. In: Építőművészet
2002 Review by György Szegő. In: Octogon
2002 Country builder. Ágnes Németh: Earth picture
2003 Judit Sárosdy: Daemons and angels. In: Bonton 2003(1), p. 14
2005 György Szegő: Time-limit-journal. Exhibition by Ágnes Németh.
In: Új Művészet 2005 (4), p. 41
2005 Rózsa Csavarga: Innermost design. In: Magyar Építőművészet 2005/2
2005 Ilona Bayer: Self-bridling. In: Doktor Plusz 2005/2
2005 Modern Hungarian Medal Art, Volume II (1976-2000), edited by Viktória L. Kovásznai, pp. 104-105
2006 Zsóka Tatai: About Ágnes Németh's exhibition, Floating, K.A.S. Galéria Budapest, 2006, july
2006 Eszter Götz: Alternative hospitality, In: Magyar Építőmővészet 2006/3
2009 "Deduction" Sculptor Bienale award, In: Új Művészet 2009/6






Films:
1998 “Art-of-this-moment”. Editor: János Sturcz, Hungarian National TV (MTV)
2000 Portray of Ágnes Németh. Editor: Erika Ozsda, Duna TV
2005 Coverage of the Bartók Gallery exhibition by TV magazine ‘The House of Culture’. Hungarian National TV, channel 2 (MTV2), 16 March 2005


Photos:
By Ildikó Neumann


Radio broadcasts:
1999 Conversation with performing artist Ágens, Civil Radio, Budapest
2000 Conversation with author Tibor Gyurkovics in the Gyurkovics Saloon, Hungarian National Radio (MR).

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