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Inda Gallery

In two year, the Inda Gallery succeeded in popularizing the middle-aged and young artists on the professional scene, as well as among the collectors and the audience.
The gallery set for-profit aims, but it regularly organizes non-profit exhibitions and professional cultural programs. Its extensive activities include organizing international colonies of artists, literary evenings with young poets and lecture series on contemporary fine arts aboard and in Hungary.
The Inda Gallery, as a new institution, devoted the past years to establishing its work. The device for this was situating itself on the home market and defining a circle of partners. After its foundation, it started working with Hungarian and foreign (Romanian and Polish) artists. By today, the Inda Gallery became a bright spot of the local art scene, attracting the attention of the profession and the collectors by its position on the market and the curatorial initiatives. Because of its acquired stability, the gallery opted for additional openings from this year. By widening the circle of international artists, it wishes to receive professional appreciation... [ Read all ]

Budapest

Hungary
Address:
Király u. 34. II/4.
1064
Phone: +3614131960
Website: www.indagaleria.hu


Gallery/Dealer Photos (1)

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Artists Represented

AKA, Emese Benczúr, Lajos Csontó, Márta Czene, György Jovián, Tamás Kopasz, Endre Koronczi, Henrik Martin, Krisztián Sándor, Péter Somody, Kamen Stoyanov, Ábel Szabó, Ádám Szabó, Zsófia Szemző, Ágnes Szépfalvi


Sample Art Work (14)

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Current Exhibitions

Where should we move to, my darling? – Simulator


Exhibition Photos (7)

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Art Fairs

Plug 2006, Budapest
Budapest Art Fair 2007
Viennafair 2009
FIAC 2009
Volta 2010


Press Releases

Where should we move to, my darling? – Simulator

The exhibition of Tamás Ilauszky and Eszter Ágnes Szabó

18th February – 19th March, 2010

The INDA Gallery presents the exhibition of an artist couple, a divergent project based on a common concept. The exhibited objects are not artworks in the traditional sense, they simulate everyday outdoor and indoor situations, and most importantly, they raise questions. They examine the personal effects of a roundabout, a police line or the requisition of a homeless situation (the sleeping-bag object of Tomi Budha) and their immediate perception in a different genre.
The two artists, as well as the guest artists, Tomi Budha and Eleonóra Smúró represent the contemporary artist's existence and its controversies in an unusual, associative material and visual world together, and at the same time in unique, supreme methods of expression.

Eszter Ágnes Szabó emphasizes the traditional women's occupations above everydayness and even oblivion. She takes the useful pastime of our grandmothers, the embroidery and its conventional media, the coverlets, tapestries and pillow-cases, an... [ Read all ]


Contact-Directors/Staff

Owner of the gallery: Mrs. Ágnes Tallér
Art historian of the gallery: Brigitta Muladi

info@indagaleria.hu


Opening Times

Tuesdays to Fridays 2 p.m.–6 p.m. or by appointment