ink on paper
120 x 80 cm | 47,2 x 31,5 inch
Offered by: Artitious | Berlin, Germany
2.000,00 € (+ VAT, Insurance & Shipping)
Gyula Sagi is a young Hungarian artist who lives and works in Berlin. After finishing his studies in visual arts, he began to create his artistic work, finding inspiration in the repetitive structural systems found in nature and concentrating on the pure formations of things.
Gyula's work seeks to abstractly express the systematic patterns of nature in juxtaposition with the wild and emotional rhythm that the human being is capable of creating. Recurring lines and geometric structures create a series of hypnotic forms for the viewer, which are interrupted by the unbridled urge to paint on the canvas. The artist understands that the fortuitous and the accidental are part of this repetitive construct created by nature, and that none of these elements could exist without its counterpart; he thus seeks to capture this balance in his artwork.
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