Csaba Nemes

Born in Kisvárda, 1966 and lives in Budapest

Csaba Nemes (1966) graduated from the Hungarian University of Arts in 1989, where he also defended his DLA in 2010. He is a lecturer at the Art Academy of the University of Pécs. Recent exhibitions include: the Private Nationalism project at the m21 in Pécs and Kiscelli Museum in Budapest (2015); History in Art, MOCAK, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Krakow, (2011); and Loophole to Happiness, Muzeum Sztuki Lódź (2011). As a member of the group Free Artists, he has played a prominent role in artist-led protests against the rightwing takeover of culture in Hungary. He was the winner of the 2013 Leopold Bloom Prize organised at Ludwig Museum Budapest, as a result of which a solo exhibition of his works was organised at MMSU Rijeka in the following year.

Universal Hospitality 2
03 Mar 2017 - 16 Apr 2017
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