The gallery's mission is to promote the area's emerging contemporary artists and to integrate them into the international art scene by continuing its increasingly active presence at foreign art fairs, and by forgoing partnerships with other international galleries. The gallery’s newly created Panel Contemporary (project room) aims to provide an innovative platform for independent art works and focus on new tendencies. The gallery is constantly in search of the latest international trends, as well as foreign artists of emerging significance (including Adam Bota, Alfredo Barsuglia, to name a few), to introduce them to the domestic audience and to promote their work among discriminating Hungarian art collectors. In addition to painting and sculpture, the Faur Zsófi Gallery has become an indispensable player in the market for contemporary photography over the past three years and the only venue in Hungary that is dedicated to supporting Hungarian kinetic artists on the international scene. Employing our professional printing background, which is unique in the contemporary art scene of the CEE region, the gallery publishes erudite publications and monographs about the latest developments and insights in contemporary art history in several languages. The gallery and its affiliated publisher are also actively involved in early childhood development and visual education, integrating art and the susceptibility for aesthetic values into their curriculum. In furtherance of this mission, the gallery launched a series of coloring books based on submissions from the best Hungarian artists, with each book featuring a topic which contains a unique visual world. The gallery believe projects such as this can help stimulate the innate curiosity of children, as well as adults to appreciate the relationship between the current exhibition or issue and the theme of the coloring book. The Faur Zsófi Gallery aspires to cultivate an extensive and dedicated audience attracted by important artworks on display in a vibrant, vital and contemplative environment. At the same time, the gallery intends to continue as a stimulating and aesthetic agent of contemporary art, maintaining a pleasing "cultural space” to which our patrons happily return again and again.
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