Join us for the preview of Keresztesi Botond: Nothing Works Anymore (N.W.A.) at lítost, Vlkova 23, Prague 3 – Žižkov on Thursday 29 July 2021, 5:30 pm.


Keresztesi Botond


Keresztesi’s collaged elements see a world of insect warriors in abstract spatial planes – a universe parallel to ours made of references to digital space and modernism. The legacy of Suprematism and geometric abstraction lives on in contemporary depictions of space. Digital imaging software programmes have made this space reality – a blank canvas with which to fill with our dreams.


Keresztesi Botond (*1987) is a Romanian/Hungarian artist working in painting, drawing, and site-specific painting installations. Remixing references from Art History, popular culture, virtual space, and everyday life, his paintings crystalise into the fragmented realities of dream-like landscapes. Recent solo and group exhibitions have taken place at: Storage Capacité, Berlin; Damien & The Love Guru, Brussels; Kunstfort, Vijhuizen; Future Gallery, Berlin; Artkartell Project Space, Budapest; Labor Gallery, Budapest; Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest; and Schloss, Olso.


Keresztesi Botond: Nothing Works Anymore (N.W.A.) has been kindly supported by the Ministry of Culture Czech Republic Arts Grant, the Prague City Hall’s Cultural and Arts Grant and Key Promotion.