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István Árkossy

ISTVÁN ÁRKOSSY (Kolozsvár/Cluj-Napoca, 1943) is a Hungarian painter and graphic artist. He graduated at the University of Fine Arts in Clausenburg in 1966. Between 1967–1987 he was the graphic artist of the weekly literary and artistic magazine, Utunk. Since 1982 painting has been occupying a significant role in his artistic life. He is a member of the Association of Hungarian Creative Artists, the Federation of Hungarian Fine and Applied Arts Societies and the Association of Hungarian Graphic Artists. He has published numerous books and essays on Hungarian artists and has had more than 70 independent exhibitions.


21 January 2020
"In Jovián’s art, “beauty” is the mature fruit of the symbiosis between a high standard of manual dexterity and intellectual creativity unfolding from one stage to the next over centuries, the true artistic repository of craftsmanship and expertise, doing all it can – in an age when the noble essence of “classical beauty” is turning on itself, like a snake biting its own tail – to break the vicious circle."
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