Hungarian Horizons Auction Featuring Best of Contemporary Art

Art

As part of the "Hungarian Horizons: Best of Best" online contemporary art auction, lasting until November 24, people can bid on the creations of Hungary's most outstanding and promising contemporary artists until 7 p.m. this Friday.

These unique works are optimal for decorating homes and offices as well. 

For years, the founders of Lavor have supported and celebrated Hungarian artists. The selected works represent the diversity of Hungarian fine arts while also expressing the contemporary Hungarian sentiment and worldview.

Bidding is available through the AxioArt website, where art lovers can check out an abundance of quality works.

Outstanding Contemporary Hungarian Artists in 1 Place

Several outstanding artists will participate in the auction, such as László 2 Hegedűs, Gábor Palotai, László Dezső Kiss, Tamás Soós, László Szotyory, Csaba Tóth, Zsolt Koroknai, Péter Somody, Ági Vedres, András Gál, Barbara Sipos, Zsolt Ferenczy, and Enikő Gábor.

In addition, bidders can explore the works of renowned artists such as György Kemény, who created key pop art pieces of the 60s and won numerous international awards for his works, and Dezső Váli, one of the most sought-after contemporary artists, who appears regularly in domestic auctions.

The participating artists cover various styles and trends, allowing everyone to find the artwork that suits them best.

The artworks can be viewed in high resolution on the Lavor website:

https://www.lavorcollective.com/collective/hungarian-horizons/

List of artists participating in the auction:

György Kemény (1936), Dezső Váli (1942), László Hegedűs 2 (1950), Dezső László Kiss (1953), Tamás Soós (1955), Gábor Palotai (1956), László Szotyory (1957), Csaba Tóth (1959), Zsolt Koroknai (1961), Péter Somody (1963), Ági Vedres (1965), András Gál (1968), Barbara Sipos (1969), Zsolt Ferenczy (1970), Enikő Gábor (1972), Attila Glázer - THE MULTIARTIST (1975), Olivér Szax (1975), Hella Mayer (1976), Barnabás Földesi (1980), Katalin Verebics (1980), Mátyás Czanik (1981), Ágnes Verebics (1982), Andrea Fajgerné Dudás (1985), Anna Jánosi (1985), Karl Meszlényi (1985), Barnabás Bardon (1987), KristofLab (1988), Franciska Szabó (1988), Ádám Tettamanti (1988), Fanni Czinder (1989), Kata Geibl (1989), Endre Kecső (1989), Dávid Merényi (1989), Eszter Papp (1989), Terézia Hajgató (1990), Richárd Matisz (1990), Boglárka Nagy (1990), Margit Szalontai (1990), Gallus Balogh (1991), Dávid Biró (1992), Eddie Wolf (1992), Viktória Kalán (1993), Attila Határ (1994), Ábel Németh (1994), Zsolt Enyedi (1996), Csenge Győrbíró (1996), Dániel Labrosse (1997), Anna Sibitka (1997), Dániel Tomecz (1997), Lőrinc Borsos (2008).

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