Léna & Roselli Gallery is glad to host István Nádler’s exhibition “The Art of Gesture”, 2010.

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About István Nádler

István Nádler is a member of the legendary Iparterv and Budapesti Műhely groups and one of the most important representatives of the Hungarian neo-avant-garde movement and hard-edge painting. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts. After he graduated, he was granted a scholarship which made it possible for him to live and exhibit abroad and participate in a number of artistic workshops. He is a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and a winner of numerous awards. He worked as a visiting professor at the University of California. In 2006, he was involved in the establishment of the Open Structures Art Society.

After he won the Munkácsy Prize (1986), Nádler was awarded the highest state award, the Kossuth Prize, in 2001. Four years later, he was elected a member of the Széchenyi Irodalmi és Művészeti Akadémia/ Szechenyi Academy of Literature and Arts. He spent the year 2003 in Switzerland on a scholarship and then he lived in Berlin in 2004. He was involved in the establishment of the Open Structures Art Society (2006). After 2009, Nádler’s gestures became more relaxed. The impressiveness of his canvases resulted from the effective combination of black and bright colours. Nádler also used metallic shades, gold, silver, and copper in combination with delicate pastel shades. In 2011, his contemporary works (Feketebács series) were exhibited in the Vartók gallery in Budapest.

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Take a look at some of István Nádler’s works: https://lenaroselligallery.com/project_category/istvan-nadler/