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40% OFF custom jersey framing orders and 20% OFF team jersey cabinets until Nov. 28! Discounts displayed at checkout. All prices displayed are in Canadian Funds.
40% OFF custom jersey framing orders and 20% OFF team jersey cabinets until Nov. 28! Discounts displayed at checkout. All prices displayed are in Canadian Funds.

"Ouch" by Brigitta Kocsis

SKU 50-940
Original price $350.00 - Original price $12,988.00
Original price
$350.00
$350.00 - $12,988.00
Current price $350.00

ABOUT THE PIECE:

 

Original

 Limited Edition Print

Materials

Acrylic on canvas

Moab Entrada Rag Bright

Dimensions

70” W x 53” H

Unframed: 24" x 31.5" Framed: 33" x 40.5"

 

*Please note: All sales are final. Customer agrees to allow the original artworks to be displayed at Bracebridge Hall throughout the duration of the exhibition (July 8 - August 31, 2022). Representatives of Song-Word Art House will coordinate the date of delivery of sold artwork with customer at the time of purchase. You will be contacted after purchase for shipping on the Original Artwork. This item is apart of an exclusive collaboration with Song Word Art House, for more details about the art or the exhibition visit Song-Word Art House (www.song-word.com)

**Please note: If you purchase an Original Artwork, you will be contacted after the exhibit has closed, to arrange either shipment or pick-up, at which point you will be charged any outstanding applicable duties, taxes and shipping fees.

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ARTIST BIO:

Brigitta Kocsis is a Canadian-Hungarian visual artist, and she received her BFA in Vancouver from Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. At the beginning of her career, Kocsis’ artistic interests included large-scale multimedia installations and video art. In 2000, she started focusing on painting, integrating abstract and figurative elements. Since then, her work has been included in group and solo exhibitions nationally and internationally, most notably the Geneva Art Biennale, CH; the Balassi Institute, FI; the Szeged University, HU; Harcourt House, Edmonton; Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby; Petley Jones Gallery, and Grunt Gallery, Vancouver; Herringer Kiss Gallery, Calgary; Brooklyn Expo Center, NY, and Outremont Art Gallery, Montreal.

Kocsis is the recipient of several grants and awards and has attended residencies in Paris, Berlin, at the Vancouver Film School, and the Vermont Studio Centre. Her most recent series, #techboyz, was curated by Lubos Culen and is presently on display at the Vernon Public Art Gallery, BC. In conjunction with the exhibition, an ISBN registered catalog was published, with an essay written by Michael Boyce.

Kocsis is best known for her large-scale paintings investigating the shifting concepts of the human body and its environment. She is interested in experimenting with the hybridity of both form and subject, where the image is not only restricted to what we see but how we experience memory, time, and space in our contemporary digital living.

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