The work of Ilona Neméth, Martin Piaček and Jánoš Sugár is linked by a desire to talk about the everyday, common subject that borders on the banal. The result is a show operating in a variety of media, from sculpture, photography and film to installation.

Neméth concentrates on the connotations of the ‘Mud Fight’ in Hungarian society, evoking a work that is both political and sexual. Piaček’s Construction fills the gallery with an overbearingly simple wooden structure with gallow-esque protrusions and Sugár plays with the everyday word ‘sorry’ elevating it to an instruction in his public art works.

Here you can express yourself. (*required)