Published by Kerber. Edited by Raimund Timal. Text by Martin Hellmold, Peter Lodermeyer, Denise Reitzenstein.
German Hungarian painter Szilard Huszank (born 1980) creates large-scale landscapes that balance depiction and colorful, gestural abstraction. Landscapes from the past three years are collected in this volume, which provides a glimpse into Huszank’s working method.
Published by Kerber. Edited by Sibylle Seeling. Text by Hans-Peter Miksch, Barbara Leicht.
Fiction Landscape compiles Hungarian artist Szilard Huszank’s (born 1980) paintings of the past three years, including the series Landscape Collages and Imaginary Landscapes. Huszank’s landscapes portray a natural world rich in hidden scenes and layers of imagery.
Published by Kerber. Text by Silke Eikermann-Moseberg, Harriet Zilch.
Until now, Hungarian artist Szilard Huszank (born 1980) has been known primarily for his representational paintings of nudes, interiors and elaborately arranged still lifes. This catalogue, however, records the artist's current shift towards less detailed and more abstracted picture planes, in a series of “imaginary landscapes” produced during a stay in Marseilles.