Category: Emese Krunák-Hajagos

NOW / Gift Shop Gift Shop

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO
January 21 – April 1, 2012

The Now service bureau kicked off 2012 inside AGO’s Young Gallery with a collaborative installation by Sean Martindale and Pascal Paquette. On January 20th, behind the NOW logo on the vindows, an extremely large crowd filled the gallery to capacity with radiant young energy.

Stan Douglas: Entertainment | Coming After

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

THE POWER PLANT CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY
December 10, 2011–March 4, 2012

The winter season at the Power Plant opened with “two major exhibitions that delve into a wellspring of cultural history and the archive of the social.”

¡Patria o Libertad! ANTUAN:‘Left or Right’

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

September 9 – October 30, 2011
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY CANADIAN ART

A man comes into this arena and starts to punch the faces on the bags. He punches and punches them harder and harder until sweat is running down his face and his knuckles become red.

Richard Barnes: Animal Logic

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

Bau-Xi Photo

Have you ever wanted to know what is happening in the rooms marked Closed for visitors in the museums? Internationally known, award winning artist Richard Barnes spent ten years in those rooms

Abstract Expressionist New York

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

Art Gallery of Ontario
May 28 – September 4, 2011

what made that time unique was a capacity of artists to engage with a cosmic quest, a spiritual quest to find meaning. A total commitment on the artists’ side so painting was the only thing that mattered there was no separation between the self and the art work, that’s why the paintings feel like living things.”

Staged Photography

By Emese Krunak-Hajagos

Looking at the exhibitions of Contact always remind me of my childhood. My relationship with photography started at a very early age since my mother was a professional photographer. She had a portrait studio from the 1950th for 40 years in Budapest. Through her work staged photography filled my life and as a passionate reader I always connected stories to the photographs.