Steven Balogh “Turbulence”

Grady Alexis Gallery

poster for Steven Balogh “Turbulence”

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Steven Balogh shares that his works are “a visual representation of chaos.” His work has often been a channel for discontent and raw emotion. And it will be clear that the canvas is a vehicle for translating his concerns into a non-verbal context; a way to transcend polarity as the language of art becomes statement beyond words. It triggers the instinctual, primal memory. And in the same way, the photographs become a seamless shift from the world of absolute abstraction into material form. His use of paint, brush stroke and color on the canvas is found amongst the detritus and structure of our world.

Steven Balogh /born Balogh István Vilmos/, a well-known painter originally from Hungary, immigrated to the U.S. in 1986 after spending seven months in an Austrian refugee camp.He studied art as a child in Budapest. In the early 1980s, along with Viktor Lois, artistic director of Contemporary Arts International, Balogh was part of the Hungarian VLS Studio, a group of underground artists. Before the communism fell there in 1989, the government censored much of Balogh’s work. His art is exhibited and collected internationally.



from October 15, 2016 to November 22, 2016


Steven Balogh

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