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Attila Szűcs

Solarium

Artist's Resale RightUK: Greenford Park Warehouse

Estimate:

8,000 - 12,000 GBP

Attila Szűcs

Attila Szűcs

Solarium

Solarium

Estimate:

8,000 - 12,000 GBP

Attila Szűcs

Hungarian, b. 1967

Solarium


signed, titled, inscribed in Hungarian and dated 2002 on the overlap

oil on canvas

100 by 140cm., 39 by 55in.

The canvas is original and has been attached to a keyed wooden stretcher which is providing stable support. The paint surface is stable. With the exception of one superficial, hairline scratch in the lower right corner (visible upon close inspection), this work is in good original condition and is ready to hang. Presented and sold unframed.


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Deák Erika Galéria, Budapest

Born in Miskolc in 1967, Attila Szűcs has lived and worked in Budapest since 1981. In his works, the artist invents a world that evokes a sense of mystery: believable, acutely familiar and tangible, yet also 'other' and eery. His interiors are often shrouded in a blur - a kind of mysterious fog - to this end. Their spooky quality is related to Freud's the concept of the uncanny (Unheimlichkeit), which unfolds in the tension between familiar and unknown, accustomed and unusual, living and inanimate.


Works by Szűcs can be seen in the Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest and in Ludwig Museum, Budapest, among others.