The Erika Deák Gallery is delighted to announce:
Miklós Déri – Portraits
Opening: January, 15. 2015, Thursday, 18-20 PM
Open: January 16, 2015. – February 14, 2015.
Opening Speech: Gábor Németh, writer
Déri Miklós, Barcs Miklós, 2014, digitális nyomat, 70×100 cm
Miklós Déri, Barcs Miklós, 2014 digital prints, 70×100 cm
Miklós Déri is most known in Hungary as the editor and photographer of the cultic magazine, Magyar Narancs in the 1990’s. His present exhibition in the Erika Deak Gallery is a series of black and white portraits, in which all of his subjects were important figures of the 1990’s underground intellectuals. Dark, monochrome tones and quasi documentaries settings mark the series. His subjects let Déri into their world, instants of loneliness, trances, happiness appear, where some portraits remain hars and even grim, while others show the content of a beautiful recollection.
Miklós Déri (1964, Sárvár) graduated in the photo department of Hungarian Applied Arts College. He had exhibitions in Hungary and abroad, from Moscow to St. Louise. He is a member of the Alliance of Hungarian Photographers.
For more information please contact the gallery. The gallery is open from Wednesday – Friday 12-18 PM, Saturday 11-16 PM, and by appointment.