The Dorottya Open Show is a new initiative, based on an international model, with the principal aim of providing an opportunity for visual artists in Hungary to present their work within group exhibitions, first and foremost within the genres of painting, photography, sculpture and graphic art. The other goal behind our three shows arranged for three subsequent weeks is to guarantee our visitors selective possibilities for a multifarious experience, with our presentation of artworks created in diverse genres and styles that are generally not on view together in one exhibition space. The exhibition space of the Dorottya Gallery becomes the stage for a sort of art fair – which welcomes the visitor for a period of three weeks.
Week 1, 30 May - 3 June: Nóra Balázs (photography), David Benforado (painting), Tamás Fehér (photography), Imre Gábor (visual art), Péter Gyukics (photography), Csilla Harmos (photography), László Kulifay (sculpture), Tamás Kulifay (painting), Gyula Moldován (painting), Alexandra Nádas (graphic art), Judit Szabó (painting), Ágnes Szikra (painting), Teréz Szilágyi (painting)
Week 2, 6-10 June: András Koppány Cseh (painting), Naomi Devil (painting), Irma Endrey (painting), Éva Mónika Horváth (painting), Tibor Kovács-Egri (graphic art), Viktória Köves (visual art), Dániel Kulifay (photography), Gyula Kulifay (photography), Kriszta Kulifay (photography), Gyula Moldován (painting), Andrea Nagy (painting), Judit Navratil (painting), András Rung (painting), Barbara Sipos (visual art), Marica Sipos (visual art)
Week 3, 13-17 June: Gergely Balla (graphic art), Zsuzsa Gesztelyi-Nagy (painting), András Herencsár (graphic art), András Jókúti (photography), Dániel Kulifay (photography), Gyula Kulifay (photography), Kriszta Kulifay (photography), Gyula Moldován (painting), Ábel Rásonyi (graphic art), Éva Schumy (painting), Annamária Székely (painting), Ági Tót (painting), Zsófi Varga (graphic art), Katalin Verebics (painting)
The exhibited works are available for purchase.