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Beata Kozak

"a pale sun, low and close", series Fiat Lux

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"a pale sun, low and close", series Fiat Lux

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Beata Kozak

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2021

Oil on canvas

Unique Work

Dimensions: 90cm (H) x 140cm (W) x 4cm (D) / 35.4" (H) x 55.1" (W) x 1.6" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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Quote from the book The Breaking of waves by Fabio Genovesi:
"(...) and you catch sight of the enormous round moon in the sky. If someone were to ask, you'd say it wasn't there before, you would have noticed. it's almost like a pale sun,
low-slung and close by."

.. I always start my working day in the studio by taking out a book from my small library, I open it at random, I read a short passage, a sentence, a verse.
In my life there have been books that have enlightened me, that have formed me and then books that have disappointed me, books reread many times, books set apart.
Reading I always find an escaped detail, colored words that ask to be painted.
Then I go to the studio with an intuition and start painting.

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Hometown: Miskolc (Hungary)

Based in: Bassano del Grappa (Italy)

Beáta Kozák was born in Hungary, but lives and works in Italy, in Bassano del Grappa, but considers herself a citizen of the world.

From the beginning of her artistic research, her quest for Beauty, and her philosophical approach - here and now- helped her to discover new horizons, and to grow her artistic and human development.​

​Beáta's practice - thanks to a humanistic and artistic training, it ranges between writing literary translations, photographs, and teaching art history.

Her interest in painting comes from the evocative possibility in which, with lyrical gaze, she creates landscape and memory traces.
This exploration is immediately oriented towards the representation of water, of physical and metaphysical matter, rich of memories and symbols.
She 's a painter who prefers oil colours to build lyrical and chromatic narratives.


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