May 11, 2010 - Consulate General of the Republic of Hungary, New York

Lightboxes by Suzanne C. Nagy


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R. Edward Townsend & Suzanne C. Nagy


Photos: Gabriella Gyorffy

The issue of pollution is a universal, long-standing, and rebarbative. Hence, it is the ideal theme for Suzanne C. Nagy's grand vision and  creative engagement. Addressing pollution unites economics and art, involves governments and individuals, and operates on both a small- and an industrial scale -- the very levels on which Ms. Nagy's interests most powerfully operate. Thus the nature of the subject perfectly suits the biography and commitments of the artist. Significantly, the aesthetic choices Ms. Nagy has embraced in this captivating series correspond to the timeliness and complexities of the theme.

Stephen Mansbach

Professor of the History of Twentieth-century Art, University of Maryland

Artifacts - Capsule, 2007

Old Technology I-Capsule, 2007

Eastern Europe I-Capsule, 2009

Eastern Europe II-Capsule, 2009

Tire Recycling I-Capsule, 2009

Wind Power-Street Lights-Capsule, 2009

Sun Power-Capsule, 2009


Tire Recycling II-Capsule, 2009

Greetings and introduction by Viktor Polgár,
Ambassador, Consul General of the Republic of Hungary, New York

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