Margit Balla Pencil-pictures, brush-drawings

Margit Balla Pencil-pictures, brush-drawings Duration of the exhibition:

27/02/2010 - 27/03/2010

Artists:

Margit Balla

The exhibition opening at the weekend shows works of Margit Balla introducing us her graphic talent from different aspects.

We can see several pencil and pen-drawings and also tempera and oil paintings from her earlier works; illustrations to the novels Réage: History of O and G. Bataille: History of the Eye. Tale illustrations of E.T.A. Hoffmann: Nutcracker and the Mouse King.

To the tales of Andresen one-one illustrations: The Ugly Duckling, the Wonderful Tinder-Box.
 From the newer ones the biblical themes and Jewish symbols, theatrical scenes, pencil drawings and oil paintings show the variations in the technique of Margit Balla's artistic tools.

Judith and Holofernes – two of the puppet figures designed by the artist- are also part of the exhibition, introducing Margit Balla's activity in the field of the theatre and the puppet theatre.

The exhibition can be visited until 27th March.

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  • Margit Balla: The stone lion would like to drink
    Margit Balla
    The stone lion would like to drink
    painting
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  • Margit Balla: Remembrance
    Margit Balla
    Remembrance
    painting
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  • Margit Balla: Andersen, The Tinder-Box
    Margit Balla
    Andersen, The Tinder-Box
    drawing
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  • Margit Balla: Playground
    Margit Balla
    Playground
    pencil on paper
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  • Margit Balla: Hide-and-seek
    Margit Balla
    Hide-and-seek
    painting
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