Friday 3 August, 7:00 pm — Thursday 6 September 2018

1061 Budapest, Andrássy út. 32



Opening on August 3, 2018 at 7pm in Platan Gallery


Artist Łukasz Patelczyk

Opening speech by Endre Lehel Paksi art historian


The different celestial signs relating to the sky have always captured human imagination. The meteorological and astronomical phenomena  –  or simply just the clouds embodies anthropomorphic shapes  –  excited people's fantasy, inspired plenty of myths and influenced the birth of new religions. The eternity of the sky and the events that can be observed in it  –  associated with the intervention in human nature  –  still strike fear into our hearts and draw a lot of interest.
The Signs in the Sky project represents the latest artworks by Łukasz Patelczyk. The artist offers a summary of all the issues he has been most interested in, over the last few years. The compositions of the pictures are built up by the combination of two styles: he connects the elements of the romantic landscape with the elements of abstract art. The sky, which often captures most of the canvas,  depicted realistically and becomes a background where these two structures can be connected. The dynamically painted clouds and pillars of clouds, the disappearing or sharply highlighted horizon, the moon and the lightning strikes present a distinctive atmosphere and emphasize the wildness of nature to which geometric shapes and signs create a counterpoint.

On view till September 6th