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Zsolt Vásárhelyi  1970, HU

Rank (2014): 30603 – 

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Hungary 5
Germany 3
Austria 1




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Éva Köves  15506 3
Attila Szücs  2679 3
Mária Chilf  10719 3



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1970 Born in Debrecen (HU)

1993 - 1998 Janus Pannonius University, Faculty of Arts, Pécs

1999 - 2002 Doctor of Liberal Arts (DLA) studies, Painting Program, University of Pécs, Faculty of Arts, Pécs, Hungary, Tutor: Ilona Keserü painter, professor

Lives and works in Budapest (HU)

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 9  Please report missing Information



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2004
   Room and Fish - Vadnai Gallery, Budapest

2003
Description  Zsolt Vásárhelyi - Cut - Dorottya Gallery, Budapest

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2010
   inter-cool 3.0 - HMKV - Hartware MedienKunstVerein, Dortmund

2009
   Performance II - Übertragung Und Übersetzung - Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna
   Videonale 12 - Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn

2007
   Lost and Found - MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts, Debrecen

2006
   Lost and Found - Ungarn im Spiegel seiner Zeitgenossischen Kunst - Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Baden-Baden
   10 Years of the Strabag Painting Prize - Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art - Budapest, Budapest

2005
   Play - Vadnai Gallery, Budapest

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Hungary

 Vadnai Gallery, Budapest

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Last update: 8 April 2014
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