Gyula Kósice

 

EXPOSICIÓN DE GYULA KÓSICE 

 

Art-Guion XXI Gallery se complace en presentar la exposición del Consagrado Maestro; Gyula Kosice, Artista Visual, Creador del Movimiento artístico  Madi y La Ciudad Hidroespacial
Él nació en 1924. Escultor plástico poeta y teórico argentino, es uno de los pioneros de la iluminación del arte-el arte cinético. Estudió dibujo y modelado en las escuelas gratuitas. Co-fundador de la revista "Arturo", 1944. Royi, primera escultura articulada y móvil, 1944. Cofundador invención concreta-arte, 1945. Publicación de Invención (esculturas móviles, teoría y poemas), 1945. Fundador delArte Madi, 1946. Autor del Manifiesto Madí ,1946. Aparición de ocho números de la revista "Arte Madi universal».    

 

 
  Gyula Kosice durante el tributo que se le brindó en la Honorable Cámara de Diputados, con la Artista Delia Solari y el  Director Dr. Juan Jose Lagomarsino  

Creating lighting structures, 1946, with neon gas first used at the global level. Madi Art Exhibition, representing Argentina at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles, Paris, 1948. Creator hydraulic sculpture, enter the water as an essential element of his works, 1949. For the first time, water use, internationally . Father of Hydrospatial City as recommended in the magazine "Arthur" (The man has not finished on Earth). He has made monumental sculptures hidroespaciales tours, hidromurales, etcetera. He participated in 40 solo exhibitions and over 500 group exhibitions. He has been honored with the rank of "Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres" by the French government in 1989, and in 1991 made ​​his retrospective exhibition at the National Museum of Fine Arts. He received the Lifetime Achievement Award in Fine Arts, awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts, 1994.
Di Tella Prize - Konex. 1997 Citizen of the City of Buenos Aires - "Anticipations" Recoleta Cultural Center. . Participates in the exhibition "Big Bang", Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005 was officially served as curator of Argentina:
1961 - VI Bienal de São Paulo (first prize sculpture: A. Peñalba).
1962 - XXXI Venice Biennale (first prize engraving and drawing: A. Berni).
1963 - Paris Youth Biennale.
1963/4 - "Current Argentine Art" - National Museum of Modern Art, Paris.
His works are in museums and private collections in Argentina, Latin America, United States, Europe and Asia.

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Paragraphs of main criticisms                                                              

 

"I must say Kosice is the most interesting case I've observed between Argentines and I think his greatest achievement has tested comes in search of new methods of investigation, of a plastic value out of all traditional art techniques. In addition, he works on a line which has a particular tradition, constructivist line is probably the most original and the most dynamic movement of Buenos Aires; He is a long time the father of this current constructivist interesting accent ago."            

Giulio Carlo Argan

Extracto de opinión Jurado Premio Di Tella

Buenos Aires, 1962

       

"When a young artist yet, Kósice put your country at the head of Madi group was already in motion and perfectly aware of their options. That is, the intuition to turn and run the break with established ways to decide the authenticity of a work, in a word, its revolutionary character and no traditionalist, terms that apply to both the work and person of Kosice .
                 What interests Kósice is the space inhabited by man: the city. Henceforth, to your art, the promises of the multi-dimensions, in other words open the-art functions in all areas of modern life. It is by water and movement, which is part Kósice, thinking that the new plastic will be present at the physical extents of the world, the endless extensions of the universal consciousness. " 

Víctor Vasarely

París 1961

        

"Madi and Kosice are the expression of one of the most ardent youths. Your name resolves sounding Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil and other countries in South America, this vast expanse of living earth, which awaits a great destination when the modern spirit has transcended the (...) Madi works and has for over two decades with the spiritual goal. Painting-Sculpture-Architecture-Poetry, are the daily bread for Madí that dazzling hand and distributes his circle. Whoever denigrates, Madi responds with his works. Long live Madi "

Pierre Guéguen

Catálogo Art Madí International

París 1958    

       

 "From a kinetic water sculpture architecture, language is structured Kósice gradually from the inside; each new dimension has had an immediate impact on the synthetic language sensitivity. Today his vision involves time in its continuity, the present and the future: extradimensional space also, where galactic infinity. And in the space-time physical and mental well defined, the last post of Kosice, an invitation to the supreme Travel Technology humanitarianism, a call to feel better, to see higher and further, a call to a better life unfolds. " 

Pierre Restany

Catálogo exposición La Ciudad Hidroespacial

París 1974  

       

"Kósice has good pasta of creators and we consider that among the features of it is the possibility of error is included. The flawlessness is too often mental note straits in which they are comfortable for those who prefer not to risk being installed in the canons of academia. Therefore also risks who somehow participate in this creative adventure of accelerated spirit, even in times like ours speed. I have had the privilege of seeing him fight Kósice during these last twenty years. Always enthusiastic, always happy, that form of virtue itself, as Spinoza wanted. His contagious vitality nurtured battery seems unfamiliar with the download. Generous to others to overflowing, tireless worker on his own, giving it and everyday test that our environment requires those who dare to believe in him, obsessive dweller hidroespacio belongs to the genre of the Presocratics with Tales viewed in the water the origin of all things. "Rafael Squirru

1971 

       

"The committee Réalités Nouvelles has made an international appeal having obtained a good answer as to pictures and objects. Foreign curiosity has been sending the Argentine group Madi, who run Kósice Rothfuss and drums beating. How to define your findings? The art breaks Madí boxes right angles. It's brutal, barbarian, insolent, brand new. Most are proud of their style. Looking out of the "darkness" and furiously protesting against the rules of abstraction.             

Pierre Descargues

Exposición Arts, Réalités Nouvelles

París, 1948

       

"You know the esteem I have for you, I'm still in awe your evolution with your manifesto 1946. I have made for years the concrete-abstract movement (...) my concern was to evolve this move other art form. 

Lucio Fontana

Milán. 1947

       

"The Art of Kosice is the art of today and tomorrow. It is the fruit of the imagination, an absolutely free imagination, a, industrious, ingenious imagination to the extent of the formidable potential of our current universe. "

Jean Cassou

Director Museo de Arte Moderno

París.1964

       

"In 1946, exposes Kósice sculptures built with neon gas tubes. Fifteen years later other rediscover this material when Kósice had found its definitive way: bind water and light, movement and transparency. If he lived in Paris, his work would be located between Calder movils and Tinguely machines. "

Otto Hahn

L’Express

París.1974

       
       
       
       
       
       
 
"Royi" "Jubilo" "Gota de Agua"
Primera escultura Articulada Acero Inoxidable Plexiglas. Plata Laminada
Madera. 1944 Monumental y de tamano Medio 2006
       
 
"Pintura Madí" "Centro Azul" "Pintura Madí"
Acrílico sobre Madera Acrílico sobre Madera Acrílico sobre Madera
1970 1950 1970
       
 
"Luz Led" "Aerolito" "Luz Led"
Plexiglas, Luz y Agua Plexiglas y Luz Es la misma Escultura
57 x 84 x 11 cm. 2005 60 cm. 1970 en la Variación cromática de la luz
       
 
"Relieve Violeta" "Relieve Luminico Azul" "Relieve Luminico"
Plexiglas, Aire y Luz Plexiglas, Aire y Luz Plexiglas, Aire y Luz
62 x 62 x 12 cm. 1971 110 x 25 x 14 cm. 1970 75 x 50 x 15 cm. 1970
       
 
"Concentracion de Luz" "Oriente-Occidente" "Elevacion"
Aluminio(fundición)y Acrílico Cemento Pintado Aluminio(fundición)
65 x 40 x 7 cm. 1963 66 x 81 x 50 cm. 1989 63 x 14 x 20 cm. 1953
       
 
"Talla Directa" "Segmentos Espaciales" "Talla Directa C"
Plexiglas Madera Pintada Plexiglas
2003 107 x 68 x 55 cm. 1998 83 x 45 x 2 cm. 2003
       
 
"Constelacion N° 1" "Rombo Hidroluminico" "Gota de Agua Movil"
Plexiglas y Luz Plexiglas, Agua y Luz Plexiglas, Agua y Luz
Habitat Hidroespacial 112 x 112 x 15 cm. 1975 135 x 97 x 29 cm. 2005
90 x 71 x 35 cm. 1970      
 
"Reflexión Cosmica" "Cilindro Luminico y Esfera"   Maqueta Ciudad Hidroespacial
Acero Inoxidable Acero Inoxidable y Luz   Plexiglas y Luz
1989 350 x 80 cm. 1989   Maqueta móvil