Quiet rituals by Erika Fábián


By (author): Erika Fábián

Title: Quiet rituals

Subtitle: as slow as possible


Erika Fábián was born and works in Budapest, Hungary. She graduated as a graphic artist from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2014. Her art is based on a coherent, conceptual, and deliberately slow creative process. Her abstract works are characterised by all-over compositions of thousands of tiny color dots, which in most cases are based on emotional-sensual processes. Self-interpretative mental processes are manifested in minimal gestures. At the same time, they raise the ambiguity and interpretative problems of abstract art.

Fábián works with abstract projects based on optical color mixing techniques. His paintings are composed of thousands of colored dots, which, when assembled into fields, create atmospheric color dynamics.

Erika Fábián is represented by Agnés Szaboova Gallery in Le Havre, France, and by Molnár Ani Gallery in Budapest, Hungary.

ISBN: 978-87-7620-048-0

Book language: English

Publishing house: Snap Collective

Website: www.snap-collective.com

Editorial Assistant: Nicoleta Vasilache

Designer: Natalia Sweetkovskaya

Published on: 12/29/2023

Category: Art

Price (€): 89

Keywords: Ritual, mania, tiny dots, balance, elegance

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