Lena & Roselli Gallery, Budapest

Galamb u. 6, 1052 Budapest, Hungary

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The Léna & Roselli Gallery is the institution of contemporary Hungarian art commerce and a sponsor of art. Its activity is aimed at maintaining and representing Hungarian fine arts artistic values in cooperation with values of the Easter-European intellectual community. The establisher of the gallery, dr. Léna Ilona Orosz is about to serve the traditions of the national cultural heritage, and she intends to create new values as well. The basis of the art commerce activity is a collection of fine arts that is eligible to represent cultural traditions and present values both from a professional and a spiritual aspect on an international level. The latter statement is underpinned by the fact that several artists and artistic institutes of different countries, East-European countries’ foreign representatives, cultural institutes located at Budapest has joined the activities of the gallery.

The BudArtPest-project
Léna & Roselli Gallery started a project called BudArtPest. The aim of this project is to create cultural bridges and new connections between Hungarian and International contemporary artists.

 

Art of Mózes Incze

Philosophy of series “Recombination”

“There is no permanence in the age of built on sand identities. I need to find out what to do with the combination of parts of different proportions and shapes, unless I rest in disintegration. Strange rhymes are born this way, I know, but the joy of building something compensates me.” — Mózes Incze, 2019

 

Art of Gábor Nagy

Just as the former figure drawing that gives character to the expressive figures has become through the years a sensitive system of lines (showing the texture of the soil /human texture/ made up by velvetlike pencil technique, and often expressing the organic breathing embodiment of a landscape engraving) that highlights 3D dimensions in plain aspects, so has the painter-graphic artist’s thinking deepened gradually. Besides the (illusory?) defence power of the carefully constructed grass cathedrals that directs sociographic reality towards sacral dimensions, they shock with the strengthening of the inner spiritual territory. Little, horizontally or vertically positioned colourcases, undeniably construction-directed, show the multiplication of the sensual sources (sensuality growing like cells) inside the drawing, as if nature cracked by a scalpel would carry in itself the threatening nuclear cloud in the proliferative greenness of the leafage, whereas the leafage above the life resources is nurtured by a swarming root-multitude. Despite their fine system of lines Nagy Gábor’s alarming ’landscape research’ are in fact ’human parables’. — Lajos Szakolczay, artistic writer

 

Art of Ivan Lardschneider

Imbuing his work with references to playthings and just a hint of pre-pubescent immaturity, Lardschneider’s pointed yet playful approach proves remarkably efficacious: a concise survey incorporating the objects from our youth. The emotions and nostalgia these objects portend frame a potent look into the human psyche as found through the artist’s oeuvre. His sculptures, simple in form yet trenchant in their observation, form a lexicon of emotion and vulnerability.

Recalling Pop Artists such as Andy Warhol and Michelangelo Pistoletto along with the stylized figuration of Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti, Lardscheider hones in on his singular style with a simplified color palette and straightforward textures. Figures are marked by their stillness or incorporate simple gestures into their pose that reveal an underlying simplicity. Poses are childlike, silly yet wise, operating with an innocent and guileless logic all their own. Witty, provocative and poignant, Lardschneider distills the essence of both animate and inanimate forms into intuitive compositions both humorous and thought-provoking.

Mózes Incze
Recombination nr22
2019, Oil on canvas, 25 x 30 cm.
Mózes Incze
Recombination nr2
2019, Oil on canvas, 25 x 30 cm.
Mózes Incze
Recombination nr12
2019, Oil on canvas, 25 x 30 cm.
Mózes Incze
Recombination nr16
2019, Oil on canvas, 25 x 30 cm.
Mózes Incze
Recombination nr17
2019, Oil on canvas, 25 x 30 cm.
Mózes Incze
Empty Dreams
2018, Oil on canvas, 200 x 400 cm.
Gábor Nagy
On the way home
2017, Graphite and pastel on paper, 140 x 70 cm.
Gábor Nagy
Portrait from Tiszagát (Grimace)
2016, Graphite and pastel on paper, 50 x 35 cm.
Ivan Lardschneider
Aquaplay
2018, Linden wood, 70 cm.
Ivan Lardschneider
Heavy Head
2017, Bronze, 100 cm.