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Boldizsár Lukácsi

Budapest, Hungary, *1998

Boldizsár is the youngest generation of an artist family. The sense for classical and contemporary arts were instilled in him from early ages. After learning the glass sculpting methods mostly from his father, the internationally acknowledged artist László Lukácsi, he began to develop his own voice.

In his works he examines the attraction of opposites and their interactions. Differences in values, beliefs, and attitudes between generations can lead to misunderstandings, tension, and sometimes even estrangement. However, it's essential to recognize that these conflicts can be opportunities for growth, learning, and ultimately, greater togetherness within families and society.

The soft curves formed from the strict structure of the sharp glass sheets reflect the emotional complexity of these human situations. Light is a symbol of spiritual purity, balance, and harmony. Through the play of light the sculptures interact with their surroundings and invite the viewer to dialogue.

His first ever works have been selected primarily for the Art & Antique Vienna, Hofburg Palace (AT), Stanislav Libensky Award, Prague Castle (CZ), The Venice Glass Week, Palazzo Loredan & Ateneo Veneto (IT) and the International Exhibition of Glass Kanazawa, Shiinoki Cultural Complex (JP). That specific work of his is now part of the Notojima Glass Art Museum (JP).


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