Category: Emese Krunák-Hajagos

CONTACT 2016 / Artoronto picks

Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival
May, 2016 / Toronto and GTA

With so much choices, with well over 1500 Canadian and international artists and photographers exhibiting at more than 200 exhibitions, it isn’t easy picking exhibits to see.

Randall Okita: Things I Can’t Tell You

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

This exhibition is meant to be a departure from performance art by removing the installation and sculpture from their original video screens and putting them in the gallery so they can stand by themselves, for themselves.

Jimmy Limit: Surplus / Clint Roenisch Gallery

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

There are objects, fruits and plants beautifully photographed in Surplus, but what makes this show striking is the presentation of it. It is more than just a show, it is an assemblage that truly becomes an art form of its own.

Interview with Frank Rodick

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

There are times when one gets a little more closely acquainted with reality’s cudgel and, after that, I’m sure the world’s never quite the same place. That’s the part where there’s no return ticket.

Contact 2015 / Artoronto.ca picks

Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

May 2015 / Toronto

With so much choice, with well over 1500 photographers exhibiting throughout the Greater Toronto Area, it isn’t easy picking exhibits to see

James Nye at Project Gallery

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

“In my paintings the beauty is in looking and not necessarily what you are looking at….What matters to me is how these things are given shape through the fundamental principles of light.”

Interview with Pari Nadimi

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

we don’t follow the market, the market follows us. There is no doubt, this is much more challenging for a gallery but I like the challenge — so do the artists we represent