Heart&Cherry

János

Fajó

EXHIBITED ARTISTS

Feszítés

silkscreenprint / szitanyomat

100x70 cm

Unframed

Signed

Fajó János, Mélység, Ed. 4-50, 1988, szitanyomat, papír, 103x73 cm min

Mélység

Unframed

Signed

Ed. 4-50

1988

silkscreenprint on paper / szitanyomat, papír

103x73 cm

Fajó's work is structured around several emblematic motifs. By creating grandiose variations and versions of the circle, the square and the triangle, the artist, who abstracted natural forms to the extreme, built up a unique set of motifs, which mak...es his name unmistakable.READ MORE

fajo6

Feszítés

Unframed

Signed

silkscreenprint / szitanyomat

100x70 cm

Arranging these basic forms into a consistent series of infinite variations of colour and shape emphasised different characteristics of the forms. Due to the technique of alternating static and dynamic elements, together with the interplay of colours..., where the strength and shade of a colour depends on the one next to it, Fajó’s works become pulsatingly ambiguous.READ MORE

S7A0178

H. Kopernik II.

Unframed

Signed

Ed. 11/30

1985

silkscreenprint on paper / szitanyomat, papír

100x70 cm

Fajó was impressed by the technique of silkscreen printing from the very beginning of his career, which offered a more liberated creative possibility than what was given to artists at the time in the politically regulated painting and sculpture.

H. Á. KOPERNIK II. SZÜRKE, 1987, 100X70 CM

H. á Kopernik

Unframed

Signed

Ed. 7/50

1989

100x70 cm

Form Kopernik is an emblematic masterpiece that is flawless even after such a long time.



János Fajó

1937

János Fajó (1937-2018) is one of the unavoidable leading figures of Hungarian constructivist geometric art. His work as a teacher, exhibition organiser and graphic design spanned countries and extended beyond Europe. In his pedagogical, literary and editorial work, he addressed artistic issues that are still valid and instructive today. The basic artistic truths that Fajó articulated not only in his painting, sculpture and graphic works, but also in his writings and textbooks are valid for art in all countries.

His work is structured around several emblematic motifs. By creating grandiose variations and versions of the circle, the square and the triangle, the artist, who abstracted natural forms to the extreme, built up a unique set of motifs, which makes his name unmistakable.