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Concerning Károly Ócsai's exhibitions

He arranged his first exhibition in 1967 and since then has partaken in numerous group and solo art shows.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

1967: Metropolitan Ervin Szabó Library, Börzsöny utca branch (Budapest)

1968: Youth Centre (Szombathely)

1971: Csepel Gallery (Budapest)

1973: Studio Gallery (Budapest)

1975: MALÉV Ferihegy Airport (Budapest)

1984: “Medals, drawings, small sculptures” Budatétény Gallery

1985: Egry József Cultural Centre (Badacsonytomaj)

1986: Cultural Centre (Érd)

1987: Cultural Centre (Törökszentmiklós)

1989: Kirakat Gallery (Baja

1989: Red Chapel (Boglárlelle)

1989: Pécs Municipal Library, Nándor Várkonyi branch, Small Gallery (Pécs)

1990: Meeting room of 6th District Budapest council (Budapest)

1991: “Humanising space” Józsefváros Exhibition Room (Budapest)

1991: Kernstok Room (Tatabánya)

1998: “Element” Pest Centre Gallery (Budapest)

1999: “Pruning” Vigadó Gallery (Budapest)

2001: Keve Gallery (Ráckeve)

2001: “Public space – Cliché” Újpest Gallery (Budapest)

2010: Seybold–Garab Cellar (Budapest)

2012: “Crystal Models”, Epreskert (Budapest)

2014: “Submissions”, Várnegyed Gallery (Budapest)

2014: “Diary excerpt”, House of Terror Museum (Budapest)

2015: “Book of popular uprisings I”, House of Terror Museum (Budapest)

2016: "Crystal-workshop", FUGA (Budapest)

2017: "I left signs in the garden" exhibition and embossed memorial plaque commencement on the artist's atelier's wall, Budapest

 

 

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

1969: Art exhibition – Derkovits Youth Club (Budapest)

1969: XIII/3, 3rd exhibition of Angyalföld artists on the 50th anniversary of the Hungarian Soviet Republic (Budapest)

1970: Studio 1970 (Budapest)

1971: Studio 1971 (Budapest)

1971: 3rd National Biennial of Small Sculpture (Pécs)

1972: Studio 1972 (Budapest)

1972: 3rd Debrecen National Summer Exhibition

1973: 4th National Biennial of Small Sculpture (Pécs)

1973: Exhibition of Angyalföld fine and applied artists, Műcsarnok (Budapest)

1974: “From Adolf Fényes to our days” Cultural Centre (Szob)

1974: “Modern graphic art from József Egry to our days” Cultural Centre (Szob)

1976: Promontor Cultural Days, exhibition of 22nd district artists (Budapest)

1977: “Hungarian Medal Art” Csontváry Room (Budapest)

1977: “Graphic art and small sculpture” (Róma)

1978: “Hungarian Sculpture” Műcsarnok (Budapest)

1979: Acquisitions of the Art Fund – Műcsarnok (Budapest)

1979: 2nd Biennial of Medal Art (Sopron)

1980: Szeged Summer Exhibition, Ferenc Móra Museum (Szeged)

1982: “For the human environment” Vigadó Gallery (Budapest)

1983: “Kosztolányi memorial exhibition” Petőfi Museum of Literature (Budapest)

1983: Babits memorial exhibition,100the anniversary (Szekszárd)

1983: “Faces and Fates” 4th Portrait Biennial (Hatvan)

1983: 4th Biennial of Medal Art (Sopron)

1983: 8th National Biennial of Small Sculpture (Pécs)

1983: Petőfi in art, Kiskőrös

1983: New sculptures in public places in Hungary in 1981–1982, Dombóvár

1984: National Fine Arts Exhibition – Műcsarnok (Budapest)

1984: 24th Szeged Summer Exhibition, Ferenc Móra Museum (Szeged)

1985: “40 creative years” (Moscow)

1985: National Fine Arts Exhibition – Műcsarnok (Budapest)

1985: Portrait Biennial (Hatvan)

1985: 9th National Biennial of Small Sculpture (Pécs)

1985: 5th Biennial of Medal Art (Sopron)

1985: Summer exhibition of 22nd district artists (Budapest)

1986: 25th Szeged Summer Exhibition (Szeged)

1986: 9th National Biennial of Ceramic Art (Pécs)

1987: 10th National Biennial of Small Sculpture, Pécs

1987: 6th Biennial of Medal Art (Sopron)

1987: FIDEM Exhibition – Colorado Springs

1987: “Long live the trees”, 22nd district Cultural Centre (Budapest)

1988: National Fine Arts Exhibition – Műcsarnok (Budapest)

1988: 8th Dante Biennial (Ravenna)

1988: “Artists for István Széchenyi” István Pataky Cultural Centre (Budapest)

1988: Spring Exhibition, Műcsarnok (Budapest)

1988: Respect to Budafok, 22nd district Cultural Centre (Budapest)

1988: Budafok artists in the Small Gallery in Pécs (Pécs)

1988: “Work and atmosphere”, exhibition of the artists of the Lajos Nagy Society of Literature and Art (Budapest)

1989: National Fine Arts Exhibition – Műcsarnok (Budapest)

1989: 11th National Biennial of Small Sculpture (Pécs)

1989: 7th Biennial of Medal Art (Sopron)

1989: 22nd FIDEM Exhibition (Helsinki)

1989: “Contemporary képzőművészek a családról” István Pataky Cultural Centre (Budapest)

1989: Winter Exhibition – Műcsarnok (Budapest)

1989: “Awardees of the Pécs graphic art workshop grant 1983–1989” (Pécs)

1989: “A dialectic and metaphysical approach to reality”, Budatétény Gallery (Budapest)

1990. 1st National Biennial of Sculptural Drawing – Budatétény Gallery

1990: 9th Dante Biennial (Ravenna)

1990: “Private mythologies” Sticker Museum (Százhalombatta)

1990: Group exhibirion of fine and applied artists of south Buda, Budatétény Gallery (Budapest)

1990: “Reflections”, Tópart Gallery (Balatonlelle)

1991: 8th Biennial of Medal Art (Sopron)

1992: 2nd National Biennial of Sculptural Drawing – Budatétény Gallery

1992: “Pál Szinyei Merse Society 1920–1992” Csók Gallery (Budapest)

1992: “Sculptural drawings” (Bistrița-Năsăud)

1993: 9th Biennial of Medal Art (Sopron)

1993: “Objects of our life – still lifes of our objects”, Budatétény Gallery (Budapest)

1994: “Medal, drawing” Ferencváros Cultural Centre (Budapest)

1994: 24th FIDEM Exhibition, Hungarian National Gallery (Budapest)

1994: 3rd International Biennial of Sculptural Drawing – Budatétény Gallery, Nagytétény Palace Museum

1994: 11th Dante Biennial (Ravenna)

1994: Exhibition of the Pál Szinyei Merse Society – Vigadó Gallery (Budapest)

1995: Exhibition of the Pál Szinyei Merse Society – Ferenc Móra Museum (Szeged)

1995: “Status quo” National Fine Arts Exhibition – Műcsarnok (Budapest)

1996: 12nd Dante Biennial (Ravenna)

1996: “Károly Ócsai and his pupils” Blue School Gallery (Budapest)

1996: “Art and Cityscape” / First Renée Art Days – Renée Erdős House (Budapest)

1996: 4th International Biennial of Sculptural Drawing (Vigadó Gallery, Csontváry Room, Goethe Institute, Saint Christopher Jazz Gallery, Budapest)

1997: “Head or tails” Medal Arti kiállítás – Polgári Bank (Budapest)

1997: 1st International Livres Objets – János Xantus Museum (Győr)

1997: “Idols”, exhibition of the Hungarian Association of Sculptors, Saint Christopher Jazz Gallery (Budapest)

1997: “Woman”, exhibition of the Hungarian Association of Sculptors – Vigadó Gallery (Budapest)

1997: “Borderline cases”, Budapest Gallery

1997: Charity exhibition and sale of the House/Home Foundation, Budatétény Gallery (Budapest)

1998: “Art book” Vasarely Museum (Budapest)

1998: “Garden of Earthly Delights” Pest Centre Gallery (Budapest)

1998: “Gates of the soul” / 5th National Biennial of Sculptural Drawing – Pest Centre Gallery (Budapest)

1998: 13rd Dante Biennial (Ravenna)

1998: “Personalities” – Contemporary Hungarian Gallery (Dunajská Streda)

1998: “Ferenc Laborcz and his pupils” – Renée Erdős House (Budapest)

1998: Fehér Gallery (Budapest)

2000: “Book” – Ráday Palace (Pécel)

2000: “Space–Drawing” – Nádor Gallery (Budapest)

2000: “Art”, exhibition of 22nd district artists in honour of the new millennium – Jazz Gallery (Budapest)

2000: “Adventures and Returns” / 6th National Biennial and Symposium of Sculptural Drawing –Vigadó Gallery and Nagytétény Palace Museum, Budapest)

2001: “Sculpture now and beyond” – Műcsarnok (Budapest)

2000: “Haraszty Collection” Csepel Gallery (Budapest)

2000: “Annunciation at the start of the third millennium” / exhibition of the Vox Artis Foundation – Renée Erdős House (Budapest)

2000: The 1999 awardees of the National Association of Hungarian Creative Artists, Olof Palme House (Budapest)

2001: “Biennial of small stone sculpture and sculptural drawing” / exhibition of the Ferenc Laborcz Sculptural Workshop Foundation – Renée Erdős House (Budapest)

2001: “Sculptors” / Exhibition of the sculptural department – headquarters of the Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists (Budapest)

2001: “Present – Past”. 20 th anniversary exhibition of the artist teachers of the Kálmán Nádasdy School of Art (Budapest)

2002: “Silence and Word – between God and Man” / exhibition of the Vox Artis Foundation – Renée Erdős House (Budapest)

2002: “Modern Hungarian Medal” (Budapest)

2002: Exhibition of the Pál Szinyei Merse Society (Dunaszerdahely)

2002: “2nd biennial of small wood sculpture sculptural drawing” / exhibition of the Ferenc Laborcz Sculptural Workshop Foundation – Renée Erdős House (Budapest)

2002: “Situation”, Árkád Gallery (Budapest)

2003: “Small sculptures, big graphic works” / exhibition of the sculptural department – headquarters of the Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists (Budapest)

2003: “Medal and literature” – Petőfi Museum of Literature (Budapest)

2003: “Preserve the flame” / exhibition in memory of the 1956 Hungarian uprising – House of Hungary (Budapest)

2003: “Dante in European culture” 14th International Dante Biennial (Ravenna)

2003: “Threshold” Contemporary Art Gallery (Dunajská Streda)

2003: “Drawings and visualisations of monumental sculpture” / 7th National Biennial of Sculptural Drawing – Vigadó Gallery (Budapest)

2004: “Small sculpture and drawing” / exhibition of the sculptural department – headquarters of the Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists (Budapest)

2004: “Creator in creation” / exhibition of the Vox Artis Foundation – Olof Palme House (Budapest)

2004: 7th Vásárhely Ceramics Symposium – Árkád Gallery (Budapest)

2005: 9th National Wood Sculpture Exhibition (Nagyatád)

2005: Exhibition of the Pál Szinyei Merse Society – Renée Erdős House (Budapest)

2005: “Drawing” a selection of the drawing artists of the Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists – Dance Theatre Gallery (Budapest)

2005: “Victim – Altar” / exhibition of the Vox Artis Foundation – Olof Palme House (Budapest)

2005: “Faces of poets – as seen by themselves” Attila József centenary exhibition – Ferenc Rákóczi II County Library (Miskolc)

2005: “Fire” ceramic art colonies in Hungary / exhibition of the Hódmezővásárhely International Ceramics Symposium – Royal Palace (Gödöllő)

2008: “Art drawing”, Újpest (Budapest)

2009: 10th National Wood Sculpture Exhibition (Nagyatád)

2010: Exhibition of 22nd district artists – Gábor Klauzál Cultural Centre (Budapest)

2011: “Line and form” / exhibition of the Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists – National Dance Theatre Gallery (Budapest)

2011: “Masters VI” – headquarters of the Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists (Budapest)

2016: Exhibition of sculptor József Somogyi (1916–1993) and his pupils – Vigadó (Budapest)

2017-2018: "Within boundaries" - The art of the sixties in Hungary (1958-1968), Hungarian National Gallery (Budapest)

2017-2018: "In half shadow", Műcsarnok (Budapest)

2018: From the Venus of Kökénydomb to NASA. The ceramic art and industry of Hódmezővásárhely. Vigadó (Budapest)

 

 

SYMPOSIA:

International Stone Carving Symposium, Prilep, Macedonia, Yugoslavia (1973)

International Stone Carving Symposium, Lindabrunn, Austria (1975)

International Sculptural Workshop, Villány (1981–1982, 1986)

Ceramic Workshop, Siklós (1984–1985)

Ceramic Workshop, Hódmezővásárhely (2004, 2006)

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