Sándor Szász (b. 1976, in Transylvania, Romania) lives and works in Budapest. Sándor Szász’s paintings reflect a melancholic and almost apocalyptical stage of nature and humans, clashing in a chaotic and dark projections of the world. Vulnerability comes to terms with the selfdistructive force; ruin becomes a metaphor for survival; and the landscape is just as much an image of the subconscience as it is a reflection of the existing power struggles.
Selected exhibitions: New Black Romaticism – Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin / Stadtgalerie, Kiel / The National Museum of Art Bucharest (2017); The Dawn After Yesterday, The Concept Space, London (2017, solo); This Game has No NAME, Triumph Gallery, Moscow (2017, solo); Gardens and Ateliers, Kunsthalle, Budapest (2016); Chamber of Secrets, Mobius Gallery, Bucharest (2016, solo); First Silk Road International Cultural Expo, Dunhuang-Gansu (2016); The Utopian Delusion, Michael Schultz Contemporary, Berlin (2015, solo); Unmoving Targets Unmoving Time, Nevan Contempo, Prague (2015, solo); Perceptual Hypotheses, MAMŰ Gallery, Budapest (2014); Budapest Tales, Sheublein Fine Art, Zurich (2013); ZONE, MODEM Modern and Contemporary Art Centre, Debrecen (2013); Framing Chronology (with Levente Herman), Zorzini Gallery, Bucharest (2013).