The label ‘art brut’ (French: ‘raw art’ or ‘rough art’) was created by French artist Jean Dubuffet to describe art created outside the boundaries of official culture; Dubuffet focused particularly on art by insane-asylum inmates and children. This series of photographs shows the Csepel Works, a former industrial district in Budapest, Hungary. This place was an important location during the age of Communism, but today it is used by the periphery of society as a meeting point. In this series I have expropriated the works of these people. I cut out the art works from their original place with the help of my camera and put them in a different context.
Format: 20 x 20 cm duratrans, lightbox
2017 I. Photo auction, BÁV Apse Room, Budapest, Hungary, curator: János Bodnár
2014 Totally Lost, Fondation de l’Architecture et de l’Ingénierie, Luxembourg
2013 Exhibition of Peter Sarkozi, Castro Bistro, Budapest, Hungary
2013 Totally Lost, Ex Deposito ATR, Largo Savonarola, Forlí, Italy
2007 Hungarian Photo Biennial Dunaújváros, Intercisa Museum, Dunaújváros, Hungary
Publications: 2018 A5 Magazine #11 (February)