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FINE ARTS / ZSUZSA G. HELLER

PERMANENT EXHIBITION – Open daily from 10 am to 5 pm. Admission free.


TESTIMONIAL


Zsuzsa G. Heller (born in Budapest on September 27, 1953) brings clay to life, making it speak and convey messages. Her works span a broad spectrum, from the sculptor's creative forms to the ceramic artist's functional objects. Her art is characterized by recurring motifs within a few individual themes. The Babel series, Memories of the Sea, and her small sculptures create a harmonious unity within their respective themes through their message and unique form.

G. Heller Zsuzsa has created outdoor sculptures and fountains, ranging from "human-scale" objects to large ceramic works. A significant piece in her oeuvre is her installation "Lifeline - In Memory of the Departed," which serves as an extraordinary, artistic memorial to the victims of the Holocaust.

A video of the installation, along with her ceramic and porcelain works, can be viewed on her website: www.heller-zsuzsa.hu

Since 2016, visitors to our gallery have been able to explore G. Heller Zsuzsa's art through a permanent exhibition at Csigó Malom.

Since 2018, she has been a board member and visual arts curator of the Csigó Malom Cultural and Artistic Center Foundation.

From May 8 to June 4, 2024, G. Heller Zsuzsa's works can be seen at her solo exhibition "Mysterious Intuitions" at the KAS Gallery in Budapest.

Finissage on June 6, 2024, from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM.


Bartunek Katalin

Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Art Director

Csigó Mill Cultural and Arts Centre Foundation

Gyulakeszi, May 20, 2024


G. Heller Zsuzsa's works can be viewed at her solo exhibition "Mysterious Intuitions" at the KAS Gallery in Budapest.

Finissage: June 6, 2024, from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM




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