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Ágnes Nagy

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About Ágnes Nagy

Agnes Nagy sculptures Wild Life with a flair and energy which is very exciting

Exhibition History of Ágnes Nagy

Individual exhibitions:
• Virág Judit Gallery - Budapest - 2011
• Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden - Budapest - 2011
• Hungary Natural History Museum - Budapest - 2012

Joint exhibitions:
• Artchaika Association Ceramic Park - 2008
• Búza Barna Art Camp – Sarkad – 2013
• Bergmann Gallery - Sculpture Park – 2014
• Búza Barna Art Camp – Sarkad -2014
• Labirintus Exhibition – Szentendre Art Mill – 2014
• 3rd Biannual for Sculptors - Szentendre Art Mill - 2014

Biography / CV of Ágnes Nagy

Ágnes Nagy - Budapest, 30 June 1973
Before attending the art high-school, I studied in the Art Primary School on Illatos street, where I majored in ceramic molding in 1990. In parallel with the vocational school, I attended the Medgyessy Ferenc sculpting workshop, led by the sculptor Gábor Szabó, grandson of the painter Móricz Gábor. He signed me up for scholarships and presented my work at various exhibitions (e.g.: Budapest Biannual for Students (award winner) ; Budapest Gallery; 20 year anniversary exhibition of the Medgyessy Ferenc sculpting workshop).

With early enrollment approved by the director, I pursued my full-time studies in the Secondary School of Visual Arts. Meanwhile, every Saturday afternoon, I sketched in Gábor Szabó`s studio together with his students, in the art camp on Százados street. In 1993, I attended a large-scale ceramics symposium in Berlin. As a culmination of the time spent and work done here, we exhibited my raku work and various experimental pieces created there and home, at prestigious shows (Berlin Kaulsdorf Gallery, Berlin Mahlsdorf open-air symposium exhibition).

In 1994, I graduated from the Secondary School of Visual Arts and passed an exam in leather craftsmanship.
My career was put to a halt when I started a family. The decade and a half passed since graduation was a period of path-finding for me. I was almost completely torn away from my vocation, took on many new things, albeit I did receive commissions for small sculptured pieces and plaquette design (Jubilee Conference of DDGÁZ Székesfehérvár - 250 pieces of small sculptured pieces, Convention on Obstetrical and Gynaecological Prevention 2001 - 150 pieces of plaquettes), and I completed several bronze sculptures at that time, too.

By the end of the 2000s, I felt an urge to turn back to art and I rediscovered the importance of my vocation in my life. In the spring of 2008, in connection with the program series of the Renaissance year, I created my first large ceramic sculpture based on Dürer`s Rhinoceros, for a ceramics exhibition.

My animal sculptures have a symbolic meaning, they express human characteristics, of our conscious selves, as well as of our unconscious instincts. They embody power, dynamism, and meekness, but are also reflections of the soul and expressions of faith.

Memberships:
• Association of Hungarian Creative Artists - 2013
• Hungarian Sculptors Society - 2014

Reviews of work by Ágnes Nagy

"Ágnes Nagy`s animal sculptures built and figured from fireclay are special and uniquely expressive pieces of work. Perhaps they are reminiscent of the steps of Nepalese temples or even the large stone sculptures of Beijing processions and Ming Tombs.

While being realistic, they have transubstantiating and symbolic functions. They are completely unique in their expressivity here at home."

Gábor Szabó – sculptor, Budapest, 2013

Price Range of Work

Ágnes Nagy's work has a price range from £400 to £12,500

Mediums utilised

Ágnes Nagy's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Ágnes Nagy's work is found in the following categories on site:
Indoor Inside Interior Abstract Contemporary Modern Sculpture / statue / statuette / figurine (7)
Wild Animals and Wild Life Sculptures (7)
Stylized Animals Sculptures (5)
Small Animal Sculptures (5)
Interior, Indoors, Inside Sculpture (5)
Animal Abstract Contemporary Modern Stylised Minimalist Sculptures (4)
Insect Sculptures, to include Bees, Ants, Moths, Butterflies etc (4)
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures (4)
Tabletop Desktop Small Indoor Statuettes Figurines Sculptures (3)
Garden Bird and Animal Sculptures (3)
Animals in General Sculptures Statues (3)
Frogs Toads, Newts, Salamanders and Amphibians (2)
Reptiles Sculptures and Amphibian Sculptures (2)
American Animal Bird Reptile and Fish Sculptures, Statues, statuettes, figurines (2)
Outsize, Very Big, Extra Large and Massive Sculptures (2)
Cats Wild and Big Cats Sculpture (2)
Aquatic Sculptures Fish / Shells / Sharks / Seals / Corals / Seaweed
BUTTERFLIES and Moths and Dragonflies Sculptures Statues Carvings
Humorous Witty Amusing Lighthearted Fun Jolly Whimsical Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines
Farm Yard Sculptures
Small / Little Abstract Contemporary Sculptures / Statues
Ceramic Sculptures
Domestic Animal Sculpture
Cattle, Kine, Cows, Bulls, Buffalos, Bullocks, Heifers, Calves, Oxen, Bison, Aurocks, Yacks
African Animal and Wildlife Sculptures
Crustacia, Lobster, Crab, Crawfish / Crayfish Sculptures
Pigs, Sows, Boars, Hogs, Piglets Sounders Sculptures or Statues
Scarabs and Beetles Sculptures Statues statuette
Rhino and Rhinoceros Hippo and Hippopotamus sculpture statue statuette
Abstract Modern Contemporary Avant Garde Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines statuary both Indoor Or outside
Marine Maritime Water Sea sculpture statue statuette
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