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Gábor Ősz

07 Apr - 16 Jun 2013

Gabor Osz, installation view at Netwerk, Aalst, 2013
Gabor Osz, installation view at Netwerk, Aalst, 2013
Gabor Osz, installation view at Netwerk, Aalst, 2013
Gabor Osz, installation view at Netwerk, Aalst, 2013
Gabor Osz, installation view at Netwerk, Aalst, 2013
Gabor Osz, installation view at Netwerk, Aalst, 2013
Gabor Osz, installation view at Netwerk, Aalst, 2013
Gabor Osz, installation view at Netwerk, Aalst, 2013
Gabor Osz, installation view at Netwerk, Aalst, 2013
Gabor Osz, installation view at Netwerk, Aalst, 2013
Gábor Ősz
Three by Three
07 April - Su 16 June 2013

The solo exhibition Three by Three by the Hungarian artist, Gábor Ősz (°1962, lives and works in Amsterdam) gives a fairly comprehensive and varied overview of his oeuvre. The space in Netwerk offers the artist the opportunity to display a balanced selection of existing photographs and films of the last decade, in addition to a monumental projection of the new work Das Fenster.

Gábor Ősz’s work is based on a fascination with the observation of reality and the relationship between man and the space that surrounds him. Through the use of analogue photographic processes, such as the camera obscura, a body of subdued and aesthetically sharp profiled photographic work has arisen. A constant factor is the reflection upon the moment when an image is created and it’s thus becoming perceived as such. In his most recent film work, he takes the self-referential aspect of the film process as a starting point: how to create images and how they generate each other.

In relation to this exhibition, MER. Paper Kunsthalle will issue a monographic publication.

The exhibition is realised in co-production with the Ludwig Museum in Budapest and will travel to Hungary after the presentation in Netwerk
 

Tags: Gábor Ösz

 
 
Selected Works
Viviane Sassen Black hole #01 (2014)
Alfredo Jaar Other People Think (2012)
Fabian Knecht Isolation (Dead Tree) 2017
Pipilotti Rist Open My Glade (2000)
Ed van der Elsken Beethovenstraat, Amsterdam (1967)