CONTEMPORARY ART MOVEMENTS

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Dialogue Among Fauves

Hungarian Fauvism 1904-1914

Text by Zoltán Rockenbauer, Gergely Barki.

"Featured image, Géza Bornemisza's <i>Lying Female Nude</i>, 1913, is reproduced from <a href="9788836618729.html">Dialogue Among Fauves</a>.Led by Henri Matisse and André Derain, and briefly counting Georges Braque among its ranks, Fauvism advanced a spontaneity and apparent wildness of brushwork and color that won the movement its derogatory tag of Les Fauves (the wild beasts). Despite its notoriety, the Fauvist influence upon Hungarian artists is rarely considered. These artists enthusiastically embraced the use of broad swaths of flat, violent color that characterized the movement. Dialogue Among Fauves explores the impact of Fauvism on Hungarian art from 1904 to 1914, demonstrating that the official account of modernity always overlooks a wealth of peculiarities hidden in its margins. Bringing together works from major Hungarian museums and private collections, this publication includes works by Róbert Berény, Géza Bornemisza, Tibor Boromisza, Béla Czóbel, Valéria Dénes, Sándor Galimberti, Vilmos Huszár, Béla Ivány Grünwald, Ödön Márffy, Vilmos Perlrott-Csaba, József Rippl-Rónai, Lajos Tihanyi and Sándor Ziffer.

"Featured image, Géza Bornemisza's Lying Female Nude, 1913, is reproduced from Dialogue Among Fauves.

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"The debut of Hungary's first avant-garde group, entitled New Pictures, was held at the Könyves Kálmán Salon in Budapest in late December 1909. (At this point, they did not use the label 'Group of Eight,' which became famous later on). The group consisted of Fauve-inspired artists who had been to Paris, but the most characteristic representatives of the Neos of Nagybánya were not to join. Half of the group (Kernstok, Márffy, Pór, and Berény) never worked in Nagybánya, and the others (Tihanyi, Orbán, and Czigány) were only loosely connected to the colony of artists. Czóbel, though nominally a founding member, played hardly any active role in Hungarian artistic life in the two decades after 1907. The exhibition, consisting of 32 paintings, was somewhat of a summary of the achievements of the group, but it also created a major scandal. The conservative critics and public were shocked by the distorted and expressive representation of the naked human body and the unusually brught, unnatural colours."

Zoltán Rockenbauer, excerpted from Who Are Those Hungarian "Wild Beasts"? in Dialogue Among Fauves.

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