Heart&Cherry

Zsuzsa

Moizer

COLLABORATIONS

Berlin sorozat I.

2020

szitanyomat 300 gr prémium mázolatlan Gmund Colors Matt dark grey papíron

100x70 cm

Unframed

Signed

Ed. 21

Heart and Cherry Limited Editions, Budapest

MOIZER ZSUZSA Berlin sorozat I. szitanyomat 300 gr prémium mázolatlan Gmund Colors Matt dark grey papíron 100x70 cm 2020 Ed 21

Berlin sorozat I.

Unframed

Signed

Ed. 21

Heart and Cherry Limited Editions, Budapest

2020

szitanyomat 300 gr prémium mázolatlan Gmund Colors Matt dark grey papíron

100x70 cm

Graceful drawings are the basis of the two silkscreens released in 2020, which components are feelings and emotions.

MOIZER ZSUZSA Berlin sorozat II. szitanyomat 300 gr prémium mázolatlan Gmund Colors Matt powder dark papíron 100x70 cm 2020 Ed 25

Berlin sorozat II.

Unframed

Signed

Ed. 25

Heart and Cherry Limited Editions, Budapest

2020

szitanyomat 300 gr prémium mázolatlan Gmund Colors Matt powder dark papíron

100x70 cm

Graceful drawings are the basis of the two silkscreens released in 2020, which components are feelings and emotions.

MOIZER ZSUZSA Berlin sorozat I. szitanyomat 300 gr prémium mázolatlan Gmund Colors Matt dark grey papíron 100x70 cm 2020 Ed 21

Berlin sorozat I.

Unframed

Signed

Ed. 21

Heart and Cherry Limited Editions, Budapest

2020

szitanyomat 300 gr prémium mázolatlan Gmund Colors Matt dark grey papíron

100x70 cm

Intimacy, dreams, desires, transformation, becoming one, different degrees of love, death and rebirth are present in them at the same time.



Zsuzsa Moizer

1979

Zsuzsa Moizer currently lives and works in Hungary and Germany. She is known primarily for her oil paintings and watercolours, but her work also includes sculptures and installations. After her university years, she painted self-portraits in which she portrayed anthropomorphic figures of herself in the skin of various animals. From the beginning of her career, she has been dominated by the sensitive medium of paper. She used watercolour but in recent years has switched to pencil. The human body and its metamorphoses remain the starting point for her line drawings, which are characteristically soft in tone.