Sándor Szász, born 1976 in Romania, explores the historical and political past of his homeland in his works. Experiences of personal uprooting and loss of individual identity are more than topical issues in our times. The imagery of Sándor Szász's works is usually interpreted as a post-apocalyptic state of humans and nature. We are drawn into a chaotic scene that seems to be a dark projection of the world. Vulnerability comes along with a self-destructive power. The ruin becomes a metaphor of survival and the landscape is an image of the subconscious.

Sándor Szász studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest, Hungary. He lives and works there. This is the second exhibition with our gallery.