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Gábor Heritesz

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Gábor Heritesz (Budapest, 1948) well-known sculptor.


Gábor Heritesz Gbor Heritesz MutualArt

Gábor Heritesz won Munkácsy Mihály Award in 1998. Laborcz Ferenc taught Gábor sculptor art. Gábor won prize of the Institute of Public Education in 1977. He spent his time during the study tour in Bulgaria and Germany. He became a constructivist sculptor, with his geometric form arts. Gábor Heritesz participated with his metal art sculpture in the International Steel Sculpture Workshop and Symposium in 1987. He created new sculptures in Győr Sculptor Workshop, Tokai Sculptor Workshop. Minimal art also characterized his style, he used many different types of materials such as precious wood, polished steel, brazen, iron.

Group exhibitions

  • 2012 KOGART, Budapest
  • 2011 Contemporary Sculptures of the KOGART Contemporary Art Collection, Dom Umenia, Bratislava
  • 1986 III. International Bienniale of statuette, Schwabenlandhalle, Fellbach
  • 1983 Results artistic symposiums, I., statuary, Műcsarnok, Budapest - Gallery of Józsefvárosi, Budapest - Hungarian medal, London
  • Works in collections

  • Cavellini, Marialaura Marazzi Brescia
  • Communa de Villasimius, Cagliari
  • Franco Dagani, Brescia
  • Gaudens Pedit, Lienz
  • Giuseppe Baldini, Bologna
  • Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz
  • Roland Riz, Bolzano
  • Public sculptures

  • Metalplastic (1987, Dunaújváros, outdoor sculpture park)
  • II. World War monument (limestone, black granite, 1991, Iregszemcse, Kossuth Square)
  • Naturalness (wood, 1993, Nagyatád, sculpture park)
  • Links

  • bio of Gábor Heritesz
  • References

    Gábor Heritesz Wikipedia