Léna & Roselli Gallery, Budapest

10. Galamb Street, 1052-Budapest, Hungary

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Mózes Incze

From my point of view...

During the recent years, I have been completing a constant and constructive performance, as regards its chronology and coherency, by juxtaposing pictorial marks generated by actual events to the figurative treasure of traditional painting as is understood in a classical manner. In conjunction with the realm of my performance, my scope of interests altered and returned to their previous state many times until I have arrived at the depiction of my present days.

As a joint basis, I quested for the representation of the human standpoint experiencing its culture in its constancy by comparing the sequels of myths and modernity. I do not research on but indeed apprehend the entity of pictorially phenomena that are caught by the screen of my identity.

Experienced and apprehended in detail, existence shows up for me as a scene whose materialization act for the core of my performance. The painting hence created is a fragment of the “big picture” that, in its endless versions, can be further processed and/or apprehended in thoughts and/or in emotions; the personal narrative of the viewers may be built on the vista and may metamorphose into a customized inner vision.  

Metamorphosis is uninterrupted. The objective is culmination via apprehension.

Mózes Incze, Partially, 2014, Gouache and oil on canvas, 110 x 140 cm.
Mózes Incze, Creatura, 2018, Oil on canvas, 120 x 180 cm.
Mózes Incze, Interrogatum, 2018, Oil on canvas, 120 x 170 cm.
Mózes Incze, Closed Eyes, 2018, Oil on canvas, 120 x 170 cm.
Mózes Incze, Fake Prophecy, 2018, Oil on canvas, 100 x 90 cm.
Mózes Incze, Avatar, 2018, Oil on canvas, 100 x 115 cm.