Gyula Pauer

1941-2012, Budapest, Hungary

At the end of 1950 at Luigi de Battista decorative sculpture lessons
1966: First solo exhibition, HNF building in Budapest
1970: formulation of the principles of the pseudo art
edu .: 1970 First PSEUDO Manifesto
1972-78: Kaposvár Theater Set and costume designs
1978: Nagyatád Maya, Forest Board Demonstrators, Pseudo-theater
1979-80: set designer for the National Theatre
1980-82: Katona József Theatre
1983-84: Drama and Film Critics’ Award, the stage designer of the Year Award
1985: Hungary Beautiful, Beauty Action
1988: Seoul Olimpic Pantheon exhibitors, Seoul torso
1987: Péry Puci exhibition, Pécs / Érmezei Zoltan and John Rauschenberger /
1988: Bereményi Geza Eldorado film; European Cesar Award
1989: French dance sculptures statues, plastic shell
1991: The Shroud of Turin Statue, Vatican City
1991: Memorial of Ebensee, Austria
1990-98: professor at the College of Fine Arts
1993: Munkácsy Award
From 1993 regular member of the Széchenyi Academy of Letters and Arts
1993-2001: Chairman of the Szinyei Merse Society
1994: Vice President of the Hungarian Sculptors Society
1996-2000: the Satantango-film visualization
1994-2002: the Theatre and Film Academy professor
1999: Global conceptualized 1950s-1980s, Queens Museum of Art, New Yorker
1999: Film Festival main prize: Glamour 
2002: production designer on the film,Bridgeman
2005: Kossuth Prize
16 April 2005 .: Shoes on the Danube River National Holocaust Memorial Inauguration
2005 júl.15-aug.28 .: PAUER retrospective, Kunsthalle, Budapest
2006: Exhibition at the National Gallery and the Warsaw Institute of Hungary
2008: Solo exhibition at the Gallery Source and Symbol
2008.ELTE: Gólyavári Panel
2008.Chemnitz “TWO IN ONE” Overnight action Chemnitz
2008 Berlin, Collegium Hungaricum: “pseudo IN BERLIN”
2009 Magic minimum, Source Gallery
2009 Germany, Stuttgart, Kunstverein. Conceptual International Exhibition
Icon 2009, Szentendre, Lena and Roselli Gallery 
Died in 2012. 

PSZEUDOCUBE

PSZEUDOCUBE
1970.
15 x 15 cm
wood, canvas, acrylic, varnish

MARX-LENIN

MARX-LENIN
1970.
100 x 70 cm
printing, plastic, stand