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Solo and Group Exhibitions in Beijing

I was invited by Geoff Raby (former Australian ambassador) and curator Nikolaus Elllrodt, of The Showroom Gallery, Chaochangdi, to exhibit a selection of artworks from the last twelve years . This solo exhibition was opened by Maree Ringland, Counsellor for Public Affairs and Culture and will continue for two months. It was a great day followed by dinner and dancing till 2am.
The group show Unique, Universal and Untitled opened on the 2nd April at The Showroom Gallery, Chaochangdi, Beijng, viewing by appointment.

installation of exhibition at 318 international art village,beijing 2016

IMG_3669 Brian Wallace (red gate gallery), Nikolaus, curator, artists from Hegezhuang 318 art village, chef, Geoff Raby, Ning copy            dinner

Leaving Melbourne in April, Back in December

I’m taking off this year, and will be spending 9 months overseas, starting with both a solo and group exhibition in Beijing, followed by a two months residency in 318, Beijing. Then onto Europe to reconnect with my Hungarian heritage, explore galleries, check out the contemporary art scene, run an art retreat in the south of France in September and make new work. What a year!
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“Mysterium – Blue” selected for Hutchins Art Prize Finalist Exhibition

“Mysterium – Blue” (10x96x30cm, pigment on paper, 2015) has been selected for the Hutchins Art Prize, the winner will be announced on the opening night , 7th September in the Long Gallery, Salamanca Place, Hobart.  This internationally recognised Works on Paper Art Award  will continue till Sunday 20th September. If you’re in Hobart, please come along.Mysterium - Blue, 180x90x30cm, pigment on paper on perspex, 2015, dawn csutoros  copy 2

Kopi Healing – headpiece

This is a ceramic and mixed media headpiece I made recently at the Kopi Healing workshop led by Maree Clarke,  internationally recognised Koorie artist from the Murray River region, Australia.kopi healing headpiece copy

Benetton: Imago Mundi Collection of Contemporary Australian Art

I’m delighted to have this artwork “Per Sempre” (semi precious stones, 24 carat gold leaf, pigment on canvas, 10x12cm, 2015)as part of the Benetton Imago Mundi Collection of Contemporary Australian Art. The artworks will become part of the Benetton Foundation World Collection as a permanent Australian group collection that will travel the world.
Please see this link for further details Per sempre -- Imago Mundi - Venice Bienalle 2015 front, 10x12cm, semi precious stones (seraphanite, tourmaline) 24 carat gold leaf, pigment, 2015 copy 2