The Erika Deák Gallery is delighted to present the latest works of ZSUZSA MOIZER. Moizer's works have not been seen by the Hungarian public for almost four years, as in recent years the artist has spent most of her time in Germany.
Moizer's works can be seen as series of self-portraits, her new paintings and drawings are a portrays of an intense inner journey, questioning sexuality, life and death. In her very personal, intimate paintings, we meet her sadly soft, vulnerable bodies. After her last series of landscapes, she is now returning to her own body, still reminiscent of the world of landscapes, but now she takes us to the lands of the soul. Moizer's figures are, as before, transparent and soft, even the highly contoured bodies on her drawings are lost in a cavalcade of interweaving lines. The faces and the bodies are generally depicted with different attention, there is a palpable tension between the details shown and those kept hidden. In our age, where everything is digital and there is little escape from mass media images, Moizer's exhibition is a little island of magic, her art conveying the thrill of sensually capturing the moment and the joy of being present in true reality.
Zsuzsa Moizer was born in 1979 in Budapest. She lives and works in Budapest and Germany. She graduated from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in painting in 2004. She has participated in group exhibitions at several national and international institutions. In Budapest, her works have been exhibited at the Erika Deák Gallery, the Ludwig Museum Budapest, the Budapest Gallery, the Ernst Museum, in the Szent István Király Museum, Székesfehérvár, in the Institute of Contemporary Art, Dunaújváros. Her works can be found in several important private collections.
The 3D virtual tour of the exhibition, and as well the entire image documentation, will be available on the gallery's website and on our social media platforms. The exhibition can be visited during opening hours, in compliance with safety regulations.
If you need more information on the artist or the exhibition, please contact us by email.
Opening: October 21, 2021
Opening speech: Tibor Babiczky, poet
On view: October 22 - November 27, 2021
Opening hours: Wednesday-Friday, 12-18 PM