Zsolt Hanyu’s exhibition ‘Symphony’

Zsolt Hanyu’s exhibition ‘Symphony’

"You can almost hear the music that plays through his paintings..."

09 Jan 2023

Zsolt Hanyu’s exhibition ‘Symphony’ in the Kempinski Promenade Gallery

Budapest, 9 January 2023 – Zsolt Hanyu's exhibition 'Symphony' can be visited in the ground-floor gallery of Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest until the end of February 2023.


Zsolt Hanyu was born in Nyírtass (Hungary) in 1975. He was interested in music and visual arts from a young age. He first learned to paint in a self-taught manner, and then became a pupil of several renowned artists, including Vladimir Volegov, whom he met at an art academy in Spain. Recently, he was a mentor for the "Talent deserves a chance" programme, during which, together with other noted painters, he taught painting to children living in state care for a year.

His exhibition 'Symphony' on display in the Kempinski Promenade Gallery was opened by Noémi Vészabó, a Leonardo da Vinci and Caravaggio award-winning painter and writer:

"The works of painter Zsolt Hanyu are pieces of a magical symphony. You can almost hear the music that plays through his paintings, sometimes more gently, while at other times, the sounds are uproarious and capture the human soul with great force. He can depict the shades of the musical palette with the same power as the silence in his other paintings, which is touching and leads the mind inwards to itself. His colours glow, his figures speak to you – they are alive. He brings these characters from the Ancient Memory with such convincing power that I think they are familiar. His art is unique and conveys emotions, because his goal is to leave messages in the human soul. The painter is a bridge between two eternities.

 

Anyone who gets to know Zsolt Hanyu's art and paintings will take along his exotic and elemental colours and figures, the pounding of horses, the golden sound of the cello, the touch of silence, the wonder of the world..."

 

Ar2day Gallery is the partner of Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest in the Promenade Gallery.


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About Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest:

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest defines contemporary luxury in its outfitting, as well as service, in the heart of Budapest. Boldly modern, and recently redesigned and renovated, it offers 315 splendid rooms and 38 chic suites. A signature concept, Gastronomic Quarter Downtown Budapest includes Hungarian-Viennese ÉS Bisztró, ÉS Deli, New Japanese Nobu Restaurant, The Living Room and Blue Fox The Bar. Kempinski The Spa features a unique hungarymud treatment, and Kempinski Gallery shows modern Hungarian art. Ten Rooms is the hotel’s MICE solutions delivered on a full floor of state-of-the-art and flexible spaces, while The Kitchen Caters provides full-service catering management at or outside Kempinski Corvinus.

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About Ar2Day Gallery:

Since 2009, the Ar2day Gallery has represented young, outstandingly talented and well-educated artists who, with their unique style, have already achieved international success in addition to being part of the domestic contemporary art palette. The main goal of the gallery's founder and owner, Ildikó Benkő, is to promote high-quality contemporary Hungarian art abroad, and at home among both collectors and the younger generation. In addition to this, it is her important objective that the widest possible circles get to know, appreciate, love and want to live with works of art. Since 2013, the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Promenade Gallery has hosted the exhibitions of Ar2day artists. 

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Media contact:

Ildikó Dudás • Public Relations Director

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest
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