Marianne Csáky

 

presented by INDA Gallery

 

 

Born 1959 in Budapest, Hungary

 

Marianne Csaky, a Hungarian-born artist currently lives and works in Budapest and Brussels, and spent longer periods of time in Korea and in China as a resident artist exhibiting her work, teaching at universities and holding presentations.

 

She works with different media: photo, video, painting, sculpture, embroidery, installation. Trained in arts as well as cultural anthropology and literature. After completing her M.A. she studied multimedia design/development and video art. Since the very start of her career Csaky has been known for her non-mainstream forms of expression, her unconventional and provocative images.

 

She has exhibited widely and her work is represented in various collections, including the collection of Lila and Gilbert Silverman (Detroit, USA), Yoko Ono (New York, USA) and Arturo Schwarz (Milan, Italy).

 


Marianne Csáky, Delete, 2011, video animation, installation, sounds: TGNoiz, 3:07 minutes

Marianne Csáky, Jangtze 1., 2011, sheet films, glass, 20.08 x 6.69 inches

Marianne Csáky, Jangtze 2., 2011, sheet films, glass, 20.08 x 6.69 inches

Marianne Csáky, Dream my Dream, 2011, giclée print, pencil, 21.65 x 8.27 inches

Marianne Csáky, Dream my Dream, 2011, light jet print, 53.15 x 17.72 inches