Cricketdance - exhibition design

    Cricketdance on the Edge of Existence | Tücsöktánc a lét határán 
    at Ferenczy Museum Center, Szentendre, Hungary
    10 May – 18 July 2017

    In 2017 the Ferenczy Museum Centre Szentendre showed a selection of works by one of the classics of modern Hungarian art, Dezső Korniss (1908–1984). The exhibition is centered around the painting The Cricket Wedding (1948).
    Dezső Korniss went back to Hungarian folk art and integrated it with the language of Avant-garde – thus citing the work of Béla Bartók – with the aim of creating a modern Hungarian art. After 1945 Korniss painted several playful surrealist compositions, some of which evoke dramatic associations. One of these is The Cricket Wedding, an allusion to a children’s song, also adapted by Béla Bartók, the protagonists of which are beetles and other animals with human characteristics. But the joyful dance of the surrealistically enlarged figures of this micro-world is interfused by a disturbing sensation of existence in an upside down universe.
  • curator: Emőke Bodonyi
    assistant curator: Fruzsina Kigyós
    leading coordinator: Gabriella Gergely

    graphic design and typography: Tímea Andorka
    photos: Balázs Deim, Tímea Andorka
    marketing and communication: Tímea Andorka, Helga Philipp, Zsuzsa Rappai, Örs Szörényi, Tamás Torma
    proofreading: Bori Zelei
    installation: Tibor Flóris, Robin Kecskés, Szilárd Masika & Platinum GL
    restorers: Krisztina Lővei, Katalin Lukács, László Schrett
    collection Manager: Zoltán Herczeg