Graphic artist and illustrator Enikő Katalin Eged will open an exhibition entitled Varázskert (Magic Garden) on 30 June at the Museum of Ethnography in Budapest.
Felrajzolt könyvek (Drawing Books—the Transl.) is the latest experimental space of the MaDok program, which invites contemporary artists to draw on a black painted surface, inspired by the publications of the Museum of Ethnography. The first invited artist is Enikő Katalin Eged. The project is the brainchild of curator Judit Gellér, and the exhibition will be opened by design theorist Kitti Mayer.
In the works of Enikő Katalin Eged, the dynamics between the personal, intimate atmosphere and nature are drawn in the form of abstract, illustrative narratives. The Hungarian illustrator, who also works as a pattern designer and applied graphic designer, spoke to us previously about her work and inspiration.
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