Sandor Bartha

Sandor Bartha


b. 1962, Odorheiu-Secuiesc, Romania
Lives and works in Budapest, Hungary

The artistic practice of Sandor Bartha conveys personal messages with a political, ironical twist on the current state of things on a national or international level, through playful, clever and skilful strategies. His works combine different media, such as drawing, painting, installation or photography, and have been shown in the Prague Biennial (2003), in the Romanian Pavilion at The Venice Biennale (2001) and in exhibitions at the Ludwig Museum (Budapest, 2003), Kulturkontakt (Vienna, 1997 with an adjacent artistic residency program). In 2006 he was granted a residency in Hamburg by the Hamburg Kulturbehörde and in 2002 he received a grant from the ECF (European Cultural Foundation) inside the ID (Intercultural Dialogue) residency-program Kassel. He teaches at the Art University in Oradea, Romania.

Sandor Bartha, "Personal Centuries", 2007-2017, installation view Sunday Art Fair London 2018
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Studies: 

1982–1986 – studied at the National University of Arts Bucharest, Painting Department

Solo-shows (selection)

2016 – Poszttraumatikus tájak / Post-Traumatic Landscapes (MKE Doktori Iskola, nagyműterem, Budapesta)
2015 – Mai mult ca sintaxă / More Than Syntax (Galeria At Home, Samorin, Szlovakia)
2015 – Dispozitive pentru o lume mai bună / Slides for a Better World (Arad Art Museum, Romania)
2010 – Liget Gallery (Budapest)
2009 – New Icons (Ivan Gallery, Bucharest); Holdudvar Gallery (Budapest)
2005 – Ganz Mávag Tour (Budapest Autumn Festival, Budapest); Vármegye Gallery (Budapest)
2004 – MM Gallery (Budapest)
2003 – Óbudai Társaskör Gallery (Budapest)
2002 – Liget Gallery (Budapest)
2000 – MAMŰ Gallery (Budapest)
1997 – Kulturkontakt (Vienna)
1996 – Hungarian Cultural Center (Bucharest)
1990 – Orizont Gallery (Bucharest)

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