Nagy Bogi's exhibition in theÁbuilds on the emotionality of belonging and draws our attention to the instinctive nature of artistic creation in a kind of peculiarly contemporary way, in which it also ideologises Bory Castle, drawing on the cult of Jenő Bory, among others.
The annual arts programmes in Bory Castle play a special role in the cultural life of Székesfehérvár. This year, two organisations, which have been cooperating in several fields, joined forces to continue the series of events, thus creating the Junior plan. The programme will be based around a site-specific exhibition and installations by artist-designer Bogi Nagy, accompanied by sound and visual art programmes by members of the associations.
Bogi Nagy has never shied away from creating works that evoke strong emotions. The artist proactively creates his own world with bright colours and self-deprecating texts. His POP-ART expression draws its visual identity from themes of his individual life experiences. His exhibition at theÁbuilds on the emotionality of belonging and draws our attention to the instinctive nature of artistic creation in a kind of peculiarly contemporary way, in which it also ideologises Bory Castle, drawing on the cult of Jenő Bory, among others.
The Székesfehérvár-born artist graduated from the Faber-Castell Academy in Germany with a degree in fine arts and graphic design. His paintings have been exhibited in Spain, South Korea, China and other countries. Bogi Nagy currently lives and works in Nuremberg, where she has found her ideal studio and gallery in an imposing timber-framed building in the heart of the old town, more than 500 years old.
Bogi Nagy is about to embark on another exciting and inspiring project, spending several months in Tibet and Nepal. During this time, she will make a unique artist film that will be screened at a local cultural institution. Through this film, he hopes to capture, among other things, the remote landscapes, local culture and people through his own artistic vision.
Its aim is to provide viewers with a unique experience and an insight into the richness and beauty of Tibetan and Nepali culture.
Inspired by the stories of the people I met on my travels and the beautiful scenery of the environment, I hope this film will contribute to fostering cultural dialogue and understanding. – Bogi
As well as travelling, he will be attending a number of exhibitions at the end of the year, including the ARTMUC at an art fair in Munich.