Márta Nagy

Contrasts are important in her work. She uses coarse stoneware alongside refined porcelain. The subtle colour combinations are extremely personal, in terms of the colour in combination with the gloss of the porcelain or with the rough skin of stoneware, as well as the visual use of scratches or cracks in the porcelain.
She utilises a great diversity of visual means and a very personal perception of nature. Yet the work is a completely own field which has not become lodged in a personal diary note. Her life experiences have been rendered so abstract that everyone can recognise their own version of the story.

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