László Kuti

 
László Kuti

Sculptor László Kuti was born 30 May, 1965 and graduated from the Ordo Franciscano Temesvári Pelbárt Esztergom in 1983. In 1984 he entered the “Janus Pannonuis University in Pécs, the department of fine arts and drawing, from which he graduated in 1989.
In 1991 he specialised in stone sculptures and started to attend sculpture art symposiums in Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Romania, and Japan. In 1994, he finished a postgraduate study course and in 1997 became employed as a high school art teacher in Pécs. From 1999 to 2003, László Kuti worked as deputy headmaster at the Pécs High School of the Arts.

Since 1991, the artist has exhibited his works in almost 40 group exhibitions held in Hungary and other parts of Europe. Since 1995, he has prepared over eight single exhibitions of his work in Hungary, and has, since 1993, created four outdoor sculptures now located in Austria, Germany, and Hungary.
Even though the recognition that, in sculpture also, the fully personal mythologies have been brought to life, in which numerous paths are being offered without any regard to past and more classical experiences, the artist’s sculpturing material is primarily stone; stone is the mass from which he invokes abstract and extremely aesthetic art forms that call for numerous associations of ideas linked to the organic world, in shadows playing games on a smooth surface.

 

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