GYÖRGY MADARÁSZ
György Madarász--> 535 West 23rd Street, NY NY 10011

gmadarasz@gmail.com

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS


2018 Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, New York
2018 George Bruce New York Public Library, New York
2017 Gallery at 350 Bleecker Street, Mew York
2016 The Fashion Institute of Technology Gallery, New York
2016 "Smart Dust" SLA307 Gallery, New York
2015 Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, New York
2012 The Gawanus Print Lab Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2010 The Gawanus Print Lab Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2009 The Harlem School of the Arts Gallery, New York
2007 “IRS Form” Cynthia Brown Gallery, New York
2005 The Tate Chelsea Gallery, New York
2004 "Forth Annual Merry Peace" Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, New York
2003 Saint Michael College Gallery, Vermont
2002 Art Instructors' Show Cooper Union, New York
1996 The 1996 Downtown Jersey City Artists' Studio Tour, New Jersey
1995 "The Matchbook Show" Art in General, New York
1993 "Gate 12" Consulate of Hungary Gallery, New York
1990 "Loft Pictures" Second Avenue Gallery, New York
1989 Invitational, Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York
1984 "It is Greener in Our Turf" Open Studios on Avenue B, New York
1984 "Spitfire and Masserschmitt" video and electronic installation, Young Artists' Club, Budapest, Hungary

REVIEWS


Daily News Hungary https://dailynewshungary.com/the-persistence-of-the-real-hungarian-painter-who-lives-in-ny "Hungarian Painter Who Lives In NY", Jul 28, 2018
Language and Philosophy https://languageandphilosophy.com/madarasz "The Persistence of the Real" Essay by Walter Idlewild, July 20, 2018
NY Arts nyartsmagaine.com "Something for Everybody" by Piri Halasz, January 17, 2005
Carol Lowson: "Under 400 Square Feet Every Inch Must Count", New York Times, March 3, 1989

ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE


Saint Michael College, Vermont, 2003

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS


Kenny Blumstein
Saint Michael College, Vermont
David Fishelson, New York
Suzan Roper, New York

AWARD


Adolph Gottlieb Foundation Award, 1995

EDUCATION


Baruch College, New York, Graphic Communication
School of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary, BFA