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
Wood, canvas, acrylic, varnish
15 x 15 cm

MARX-LENIN

Marx – Lenin
1970
Printing, plastic, stand
100 x 70 cm

MARX-LENIN

Chess
2005
Mobile, bronze, polished wood pedestal
28 x 28 x 100 cm

MARX-LENIN

Vera ikonika
Bronze