View In Room
View In Room
Giclée print, hahnemühle photo luster satinato
Edition of 2
Dimensions: 48.5cm (H) x 40.3cm (W) / 19.1" (H) x 15.9" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The “Florescentia series” is a sort of photographic herbarium: apart from the love for plants it also examines botanics and herbariums themselves, thus it is preoccupied by the relationship between the individual and the natural environment as well as plants. It provides a nature study, a “plant study” of plants and flowers by placing them in personal proximity, the still life is the expression itself. The continuation of this is the “Gignentia-series”, in which the trees represent eternity, the concept of immortality. In analitical psychology the tree’s roots symbolize the unconscious, its trunk the conscious, while the crown represents the superego. Additionally, the branches of the trees reach out towards the sky, thus connecting the celestial and the earthly worlds, the elevation to higher spheres, the intellectual knowledge.
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Based in: Budapest
Ági is a real time-traveler. Her motivation is to explore, curate, and save the essence of ideas from the past, which has relevance for the present and future. Her photos are also memoirs of a flashbulb. These foggy memories that are exposed to her art are rather frames of reality thus they are vague and blurred showing how time passes over the past moments. These almost lost moments, the happy and carefree childhood, the golden age of youth all appear in the form of the unknown natural landscapes, and the freedom of the body.
2020 | Deep Flows, Contemporary Hungarian Photography vs Classics in the Context of Traditional Genres, MODEM, Debrecen, Hungary
2018 | Reclaim Photography Festival, Black Country Living Museum, Dudley, United Kingdom
2016 | Transfer Series, Podgorny Robinson Gallery, Paris, France
2016 | Teleportation, Art Labor Gallery, Shanghai, China
2013 | Oh, Snap! Carnegie Museum of Art Forum Gallery, Pittsburgh, United States of America
2012 | POLAROID 65, Hungarian Museum of Photography, Kecskemét, Hungary
2010 | “hey, BOYS”, Mai Manó House, Hungarian House of Photography, Budapest, Hungary
2009 | guten Morgen Schnee, Künstlerhaus, Landesatelier, Salzburg, Austria
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