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István Buda

sculptor


Born: 9 November 1952, Győr

Schools:

1967 - 1971: Secondary School of Visual Arts, Budapest
1976 - 1981: Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts Master: Iván Szabó sculptor

Award: 1988: SZOT Kassák Prize

Solo exhibitions (selection):

1984: Győr, Municipal Library
1985: Budapest, Vár Gallery
1989: Hatvan, Hatvani Gallery
1996: Halle (Németország), Marienkirche
1996: Budapest, Stefánia Gallery
2002: Budapest, Ráday Gallery

Collective exhibitions (selection):

1980: Vienna, introducing college exhibition
1987: Püspökladány, Culture Centre
1989: Debrecen, Medgyessy Gallery
1990: Neumarkt Szimpozion exhibition (Austria)
1991: Budapest, Budatétény Culture Centre Gallery
1991: USA, ST. Louis
1994: Nyíregyháza, Sóstó Art Colony exhibition
1997: Székelyudvarhely Culture Centre
2000: Berlin, Stone Sculpture Szimpozion exhibition
2001, 2003, 2004: Budapest – Exhibition of the Art Colony of Százados Road in Hungarian National Gallery and Pataky Culture Centre

My works can be found in Hungarian and foreign private collections.

Member ofMAOE, Hungarian Association of Artists.

Since 1991 I have been teaching at the Secondary School of Visual Arts in Budapest.
Since 1992 I have been living and working at the Art Colony of Százados Road.

Works at public places:

Kiskunhalas: Monument for Martyrs (1919) - pirogranite
Győr: portrait of Ferenc Liszt - bronze relief
Abda: portrait of Miklós Radnóti - marble relief
Budapest: Hitelbank facade - glazed pirogranite arms
Budapest: Saint George - bronze relief, Police Station of the 20th district
Lund (Sweden.): Madonna – pearwood sculpture
Budapest: II. Rákóczi Ferenc denominational school, wooden figures of the tower clock (reconstruction)
Berlin: Nude torso – river sandstone
Ikrény: Nreconstruction of Saint John of Nepomuk sandstone sculpture
Budapest: reconstruction of 10 sculptures from the turn of the century - ELTE
Budapest: Justicia sculpture - ELTE
Budapest: portrait of Elemér Szádeczky-Kardos - ELTE