From the artistic work of the artist Attila Duncsák, a temporary exhibition opens in Bratislava in the Brämer curiosity of the Slovak National Museum – Museum of Hungarian Culture in Slovakia.
The exhibited works were created in different periods of the creation of Attila Duncsák, which is also evidenced by the style differences, so this selection can be said to be a bit eclectic. Most of his paintings are figural compositions, but he often experiments with the technique of collage. It works with acrylic tempers, it mainly paints on a fibreboard. The opening will take place on 20 October at 17:00. The exhibition will be opened by journalist György Szaszák. Arnold Feke is the curator of the exhibition.
Attila Duncsák is a member of the Association of Hungarian Creative Artists in Slovakia since 2014. He had several solo exhibitions in Uzhgorod, Košice, Prague, Bratislava, Dunajská Streda, Komárno, Budapest, Debrecen and Győr. He has participated in collective exhibitions in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kiev, in France in Saint Michel, Hirson and Bessan, on the island of Tenerife, in the Dutch Gorinchem, in the Belgian capital Brussels, in the Hungarian National Gallery and in the Hungarian Academy in Rome.