Fári Art

Vészabó Noémi

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Vészabó Noémi (1968- ) an incredible colorful painter in the Hungarian contemporary art milieu, also a well- known author. Her artistic debut is dated back to the 1990’s and followed  by  more than fifty solo and group exhibitions in Hungary and Shanghai.  Since then Vészabó’s paintings are also had been available at several art auctions in Hungary.

The harmony of real and symbolic, naturalistically, but also dreamy and detailed representation are as a dreamingly manifested world is to be found within her paintings. Her scenes, emanating from dreams, well detailed backgrounds and shapes with vibrating colors are provides the feeling the world of dreams.

 

Art Auction presence:
• 2019. Pintér Auction House- Balatonfüred, Hungray
• 2018. BÁV- Budapest, Hungary
• 2017. BÁV- Budapest, Hungary

Awards:
• 2012. Zsigmond Márta – Media Award
• 2019. Professional Elite Women’s Excellence Award

Memberships:
• Hungarian Patronage Program
• Association of Hungarian Creative Artists

Exhibitions:
Permanent exhibitions:
• Budapest, RaM Colosseum
• Budapest, József Attila Community Centre
• Zalaegerszeg, József Attila Library
• Gödöllő-Máriabesnyő, Conference Centre
• Shanghai, Exhibition at Béla Iványi-Grünwald’s art studio
• Dorottya Palace Budapest: St. Stephen’s portrait
• Hollóháza Porcelain Manufactory: Porcelain collections

Seasonal exhibitions:
• 1997. Pásztó, City Library
• 1997. Salgótarján, County Library
• 1998. 7th Autumn Exhibition is Szécsény
• 2000. Hungarian National Exhibition of Fine and Applied Arts
• 2000. 9th Autumn Exhibition is Szécsény
• 2001. Szentendre, Pest County Library
• 2001. Keszthely, Balaton Museum
• 2001. Budapest, Architect Graphic Gallery
• 2001. Váci Világi Vigalom
• 2001. Szentendre, Avakum Caffee House
• 2002. Békéscsaba, The House of Slovakian Culture
• 2002. Aulich Art, Budapest, Hamilton’s Stock Exchange Agency Gallery
• 2002. Szentendre, City Hall
• 2003. Budapest, Headquarters of the Hungarian Culture Foundation
• 2004. Budapest, National Headquarters for Journalists in Hungary
• 2005. Budapest, OTP Bank Rt., Semmelweis street
• 2006. Budapest, Thurzó Architect Graphic Studio
• 2006. Szentendre, Angel House
• 2007. Budapest, Thurzó Gallery with György Vadász
• 2007. Debrecen, Medical University of Debrecen’s Gallery
• 2008. May, Gyöngyös, Fő Tér Gallery
• 2008. October, Budapest, Platán Gallery
• 2008. November, Szentendre, City Hall
• 2009. February, Vác, Credo House
• 2010. Budapest, Tabáni Tea House
• 2011. January, Hungarian National Dance Theater’s Season Opening Exhibition
• 2010. September, Leányfalu, Aba-Novák Gallery
• 2011. May, Budapest, RaM Colosseum
• 2011. February, Stúrvo, Slovakia: Ady & Léda Festival
• 2012. May., Bicskem Batthyány Catsle
• 2012. Csongrád, City Hall
• 2013. November, Budapest, Súlypont Event Hall, Krisztina krt. 27., with Csaba Rosta architect
• 2014. Budapest, Ferenc Erkel Theater
• 2014. Budapest, Jancsó Art Gallery
• 2014. November, Budapest, Kazikum Open Art Gallery
• 2015. March, Budapest, Szimpla Kert
• 2015. Budapest, Helia Hotel
• 2016. Budapest, Szimpla Kert
• 2016. Sopron, City Hall
• 2016. Sashalom, City Hall
• 2016. Budapest, TAMA Budapest, Bajcsy–Zsilinszky út 22.
• 2016. September, Vác, Credo House
• 2016. November, Budapest, National Foreign Language Library
• 2017. September, Vác, Ars Sacra Festival, Credo House
• 2017. December, Chez Nicolas
• 2017. December, Budapest, BÁV Contemporary art exhibition
• 2018. December, Budapest, BÁV Contemporary art exhibition
• 2018. December, Budapest, Downtown Civic Salon
• 2019. March, Budapest, Stefánia Gallery, Honvéd Cultural Centre
• 2019. október 3. Fári Antikvitás & Art Gallery: Dream- Walking

Vészabó’s published books
• Születésnapomra – 2005 – Kossuth Press
• Töredékek – 2005- Arcus Press
• Latinovits verset mond – 2006. – Kossuth Press
• Ajándék neked – 2010. – Kossuth Press
• Tizenkét szonett – 2012. – Galenus Press
• Tükröm, tükröm… (regény) 2013. – Galenus Press
• Szeretni egyszer bolondulásig (novelláskötet) 2018 – Galenus Press
• Titok, nem titok 2019. – Galenus Press