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 Miklos Farago  (1947 - )

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Lived/Active: Hungary/United States      Known for: painting

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
I was born in March 1947 under the sign of Pisces in Mateszalka, Hungary.  I finished my art studies at the end of the 1960's in Warsaw at the Academy of Fine Arts, Faculty of Graphics and Painting.  Following my first foreign exhibition in Scandinavia I received a Royal Norwegian scholarship and later lived and worked in Rome and Sicily.

In 1971, after Montreal and New York, moved to Santa Monica, California where I set up my studio.

During the 1970s I had exhibitions in North America and the most important European cities, as well as in Israel, Australia and Japan.  My works of art have found their way to buyers in almost every country in the world.

In the mid 1980's I moved back to Europe where at first I opened an atelier in Zurich, then later in Liechtenstein.  I now live and work in the Alps near Lake Constance.

After a long time, my first exhibition in Hungary took place in 1982 at the Mucsarnok Museum.  After this successful introduction, more exhibitions followed and were in additional media that allowed me a wider arena to more completely express and communicate my ideas-- in oil paintings, public monuments, painted glass, crystal, as well as on silk and textiles, porcelain walls, gift items and graphics.

This wonderful recognition and honoring process, which continues to this day, has helped me and my art to rediscover the country that is my native land.

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Exhibitions:
1968 – International Art’s Exhibition; Warsaw; 1969 – Annual Exhibition of Graphic Arts, Warsaw; 1970 – Lengyel Kúltúra Gallery-Budapest

1970 – „Three Continents” International Exhibition-Warsaw; 1970 – Gallery Kunstnerforbundet-Oslo, Norway; 1971 – Galleria d’Arte Margutta-Sicily; 1972 – Galleria La Vetrinetta-Sicily; 1972 – Magna Grecia International Exhibition-Academia S.Nicola di Grecia-Rome; 1972 – Cityhall-Augusta; 1972 – Gallery Colbert-Montreal; 1972 – St.Laurent Art Galleries-Ottawa; 1973 – Gallery Colbert-Montreal; 1974 – St. Laurent Art Galleries-Ottawa; 1974 – Gallerie La Fornace-Augusta; 1974 – Gallery International-New York; 1975 – Gallery Redfern-Encino, California; 1975 – St. Laurent Art Galleries-Ottawa; 1975 – Gallerie d’Arte Montcalm-Quebec; 1975 – Ames Art Gallery-Beverly Hills, California; 1976 – Village Gallery-Los Angeles, California; 1976 – Gallery Colbert-Montreal; 1977 – St. Laurent Art Galleries-Ottawa; 1978 – Muse Pars Gallery-Beverly Hills, California; 1979 – Galerie Lehner-Linz; 1979 – Galerie Maringer-St. Pölten; 1979- -Galerie Ramada-Genf

1980 – Kunstdepot-Vienna; 1980 – Galerie Frey und Bee-München; 1980 – Galerie Guigné-Paris; 1980 – Grand Salon-Tokyo; 1981 – Gallery Colbert-Montreal; 1982 – Hommage a la terre natale-Mucsarnok, Budapest; 1983 – Villa Bell’Estate-Holzweiler; 1983 – Fészek Muvész Klub-Budapest; 1984 – Hotel Continental, Zürich; 1984 – Galerie Altmann-Vaduz. Liechtenstein; 1984 – Hotel Duc Bertold-Fribourg; 1985 – Die Andere Galerie-Kaiserslautern; 1986 – Muvelodési Központ-Kecskemét; 1986 – Scheidegger Art Center-Richterswil, 1987 – Atelier Sahm-München; 1987 – Galerie Jasmin-Buchs/Zürich; 1988 – Hotel Bellevue-St. Moritz; 1988 – Convention Center-Toronto; 1990 – Salzburg Festival; 1991 – Dengelgalerie-Reutte, Tirol; 1992 Torkelgalerie-Röthis, Vorarlberg; 1994 – E Galéria-Kecskemét; 1995 Central Markethall of Budapest; 1997 – Hozam Klub-Szolnok; 1997 – Museum of Industrial Arts-Vienna; 1999 – Eremitage Galerie-Schaan, Liechtenstein, 1998 – Cityhall-Miskolc

2000-Hozam Klub-Szolnok; 2002 Kunstverein-Feldkirch, Vorarlberg; 2003 – Hozam Klub-Szolnok, 2003 Farago Exclusive Gallery-Budapest; 2003 Belvedere Salon-Budapest

2004 - Embassy of the Hungarian Republic, Berlin;  2005 - Horváth-Lukács Gallery, Nagycenk;  2006 - Hozam Club, Eger;  Memphis Casino, Pécs;  Museum of Szatmár,  Mátészalka;  2007 – Cultural Center Gallery, Sátoraljaújhely;  2008 – Hozam Club, Eger;  Hozam Club, Szolnok;  Elméleti Gallery of the Medical University, Debrecen;  Szonyi István Gallery, Miskolc

2009 – Vienna MeLounge Club, Budapest;  International Opera Festival Miskolc, Miskolc; Szonyi István Galery, Miskolc 

Prizes and Awards:
1966 Dési Hubert István Competition, Budapest –First prize in graphic category
1970 Three Continents International Arts Exhibition, Warsaw – Prize for the best graphic
Royal Norwegian Foreign Ministry, Oslo – Royal Scholarship
Invitation to Atelier Nord, Norway
1971 Invitational participation to Intergroup, Rome, Italy
Magna Grecia Exhibition by the Academia San Nicola in Rome – First prize from H.R.H. Princess Annie-Ariadne Cosyris
1971 Paul VI – Personal thanks and benediction for the art works done for the Church – Secretary of State of Vatican (No: 21333)
1973 Anthology of Jewish painters, Montreal, Canada
1998 First prize of the International Fair of Budapest for „Le Quattro Stagioni” porcelain collection

Collections:
Museum Of Modern Arts – Oslo, Norway
New Brunswick Museum – Canada
Liberace Museum – Las Vegas, USA
Porcelain Museum – Hollóháza, Hungary
Academy of Fine Arts – Warsaw, Poland
Bronfman Art Collection – Montreal, Canada
Taminaga Art Collection – Tokyo, Japan
Siemens SArt Collection – Stuttgart, Germany
Scheidegger Art Collection – Richtersvil, Switzerland
Ospelt Art Collection – Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Hospiz Art Collection –  St. Christoph a. Arlberg, Austria
Absolut Vodka Art Collection – Stockholm, Sweden

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