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Arpad Szabados  1944, HU

Rank (2014): 63499 – 

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Country
Hungary 5
Slovakia 2
Poland 1
Slovenia 1
Germany 1




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Institution
  Pecsi Galeria, Hungary 2
  Danubiana - Meulensteen Art Museum, Slovakia 2



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1944 Born in Szeged (HU)

1969 - 1974 ELTE University, Budapest, Apáczai Csere János Practice Secondary School, leading teacher

1970 - 1984 Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, founder and leader GYIK Workshop

1975 - 1990 MOZGÓ VILÁG, editor of Fine Arts

since 1984 Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest, teacher

since 1991 Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest, Head of department

1995 - 2002 Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest, Rector

Awards 1969 - 1976 Awards of the Studio of Young Artists

1970 - 1973 Derkovits-scholarship

1973 Honour for the Socialist Cultur

1976 Munkácsy Award

1979 Pro Urbe Zalaegerszeg

1981 Award of the Graphic Biennial, Miskolc
„Nice Book” Illustration Award

1982 „Nice Book” Illustration Award
Award of Colony of Artists, Makó
Illustration Award, Móra Publishing House

1983 Award of the Graphic Biennial, Miskolc

1986 Award of Exhibition, Debrecen
Award of the Summer Exhibition, Szeged
Drawing Biennial Academy-Award, Rijeka

1987 Eötvös-scholarship
„Nice Book” Illustration Award
Ministry of Education, Budapest, Exhibition Award

1989 Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy, Rom
International Csillag Foundation, Illustration Award
Award of Graphic Biennial, Miskolc

1990 Artist of Merit
Inteernational Europe- Asia Biennial, Ankara, Prize of Painting

1991 Scholarship, Bonn
International Biennial, Krakow- Katowice, Prize of the Jury
Graphic Biennial, Miskolc, Nalors- Prize

1992 International Graphic Biennial, Norway, Silber Medal
„Alpok- Adria” International Graphic Biennial, Grand Prix, Ljubljana

1993 Graphic Biennial, Miskolc, Garnd Prix

2002 National Pastel Biennial, prize of the selfgouvernement Esztergom
National Drawing Biennial, Grand Prix
Szalay Lajos Award

2004 „For Józsefváros” – Award

2005 8. International Graphic Biennial, Györ

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2013
   ‹romanticism› ‹utopia› - Kogart haz, Budapest

2009
   Tolerance in Art - Danubiana - Meulensteen Art Museum, Bratislava

2007
   Hungarian Art - Danubiana - Meulensteen Art Museum, Bratislava

2006
   Árpád Szabados, Dániel Horváth - Al Galerie, Budapest

2000
   Millennial serie of exhibitions in the Mucsarnok - Mucsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest

1999
   Weimar aus dem Rahmen - Lucas Cranach Galerie - Galerie der Genossenschaft Bildender Künstler Weimar, Weimar

1995
   21. International Biennial of Graphic Arts Ljubljana - International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC), Ljubljana

1991
   International Triennial of Graphic Arts - Gallery of Contemporary Art Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow

1988
   Drawing '88 - Pecsi Galeria, Pecs

1986
   Drawing '86 - Pecsi Galeria, Pecs

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Hungary

 Al Galerie, Budapest

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Hungary

 Hungarian National Gallery - Magyar Nemzeti Gáleria, Budapest
 Modern Magyar Képtár, Pecs

Poland

 ms - Muzeum Sztuki Lodz, Lodz

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