Cost: Free of Charge
Hungarian painter Gábor Király (b. 1979) originally trained as an art teacher, however, he always knew that he would not want to operate in the rigid framework of a high school. Being mostly inspired by his love of tribal art, Gábor rarely paints on traditional and tidy prefabricated canvases.
Instead, he prefers to work with rough sackcloth or raw wood panels, sourcing them from small local Sunday markets and house-clearance events, believing in the power of circular economy and recycling in the creative process.
For this exhibition, the artist and the gallery bring together 18 large and small scale works. Although at first glance, the raw and unpolished visual world of Gábor Király may strike us as unsettling, his paintings tell warm, intimate and personal stories of human nature.
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David Kovats Gallery,