post-title Pal B. Stock | Anaid Art Gallery at Kahan Art Space / Budapest | 05.07.-28.07.2018

Pal B. Stock | Anaid Art Gallery at Kahan Art Space / Budapest | 05.07.-28.07.2018

Pal B. Stock | Anaid Art Gallery at Kahan Art Space / Budapest | 05.07.-28.07.2018

Pal B. Stock | Anaid Art Gallery at Kahan Art Space / Budapest | 05.07.-28.07.2018

In Budapest you can currently enjoy art from Berlin: The Berlin Anaid Art Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the solo exhibition ”Irreversible” by Pal B. Stock on July 5, 2018 at the Kahan Art Space, Budapest (Eva Kahan Foundation). The exhibition was created in collaboration with the Anaid Art Gallery (www.anaidartgallery.com) and Kreazine (www.kreazine.com).

The exhibition project “Irreversible” is about the impossibility of finding the moment, the desire, the lost feeling. It’s about what each of us had to leave behind for various reasons. The concept of irreversibility in itself contains the reference to a transformation, or to a process that can only be produced in one sense.  A transformation that can no longer return to the initial state.

The creation of Pal B. Stock describes the fragility of feelings, memories, desires and illusions. Man’s destiny is marked by events and unrepeatable situations, desires and unprecedented sensations. Pal B. Stock’s works can send you with the thought of Marcel Proust’s “In Search of Lost Time”, which reads: “The memory of a certain image is nothing else but just the regret after a certain moment; and the houses, the streets, the alleys are quickly passing, oh, like the years”.

“Irreversible” is an exhibition about remembering and memories. To drop out to memories means to lose the vital substance, to become a vacuum devoid of personality. Pal B. Stock does not represent objects, landscapes, rooms; it represents feelings, sensations, desires, the memory of a moment, of a touch. His works express the joy of life, the infinite life pulsations, fragility. Vivid colors’, animated by light and shadows, continuously change the visual perception of the viewers.

The use of an organic material such as beeswax or a fragile one, like glass, in the composition of the works, describes the irreversibility of the creation process. The way shapes and effects arise from uncontrollable and unrepeatable transformations. The beeswax/ resin surface used in his works can be seen as a human tissue field with certain feelings expressed through infinite colors. The glass talks about the fragility and the fluidity of life.

Diana Dochia, PhD

The exhibition will be open until July 28 at Kahan Art Space (www.kahaneva.com), Nagy Diófa u.34, 1072 Budapest (Hungary) Tuesday to Saturday from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

Vernissage: Thursday, 5th July 2018 from 6:00 pm

Exhibition period: Thursday, 5th July to Saturday, 28th July 2018

WHERE? KAHAN ART SPACE, 1072 Budapest, Nagy Diófa u. 34, Tuesday to Saturday, 1.00 – 6.00 pm

Zur Anaid Art Gallery

 

Image caption: Courtesy of Anaid Art Gallery – Pal B. Stock

Exhibition Pal B. Stock – Anaid Art Gallery bei Kahan Art Space / Budapest | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin – Galerien Berlin – ART at Berlin

 

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