Lýdia Jergušová-Vydarená

Slovenská verzia
Exhibition picture

1991
Medzynarodowe Triennale Grafiki Kraków –
Pawilon Wystawowy BWA,
International Triennial of Graphic Arts Cracow
Internationale Grafiktriennale Krakau – Nurnberg

Graphic art:
Ruch rytmu, sitodruk, 100×70cm
Movement of Rhythm, silkscreen, 100×70cm

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1991
Intergrafia 91
Miedzynarodowa Wystawa Grafiki Katowice 91
Pawilon Wystawowy BWA
Exposition Internationale de la Gravure La Louviére 92,
Centre de la Gravure et de l'Image Imprimée, Belgia

Graphic art:
Kobieta – Robot 6, sitodruk, 100×70cm
Woman – Robot 6, silkscreen, 100×70cm

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1992
7. Miedzynarodowe Triennale Tkaniny – Centralne Muzeun Wlokiennictwa, Łódź
7th International Triennale of Tapestry – Central Museum of Textiles, Łódź
Award Centralne Muzeum of Textiles Wlokiennictwa, Łódź – nomination

Installation:
Stworzenie Ziemi, aplikacja, bavelna, sviatlo, 250×580cm
Creation of Earth, applique, cotton, light, 250×580cm

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1994
Korelácie, Korrelation, Correlation
AKB Bremen, Newcastle Hatton Gallery

Installation:
A.I.D.S., textil, wire

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1995
11 Norske Internasjonale Grafikk Triennale, Fredrikstad 1995
11 Norwegian International Print Triennale, Fredrikstad 1995
Fredrikstad Library

Graphic art:
She and He, He and She, serigraphy

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1997
V. Triennale Sztuki Majdanek 97,
The Fifth International Art Triennale,
The Summer Gallery, Majdanek

Graphic art:
Continuation of a Dream 1, silkscreen, 100×70cm
Continuation of a Dream 2, silkscreen, 100×70cm

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2003
Eurografik Kyiv 2003
European Culture Integration Bridge –
Lavra Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraina

Graphic art:
Mathematicians – Division, silkscreen, 88×62cm

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2003
Medzynarodowe Triennale Grafiki Kraków – Bunkier Sztuki
International Triennial of Graphic Arts Cracow
Internationale Grafiktriennale Krakau – Oldenburg,
Horst Janssen Museum

Graphic art:
Seria: Matematycy – Dzelenie, serigrafia, 88×62cm
Mathematicians – Division, silkscreen, 88×62cm
Matematiker – Division, siebdruck, 88×62cm
Serie: Matematycy – Minus, serigrafia, 96×62cm
Mathematicians – Minus, silkscreen, 96×62cm
Matematiker – Minus, siebdruck, 96×62cm

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2004
Sixth Bharat Bhavan Biennial of Print Art 2004
Roopankar – The Museum of Fine Arts, Bhopal India

Graphic art:
The Change of Repetition 5, silkscreen

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2007
II Bienal Iberoamericana de Obra Gráfica
Ciudad de Cáceres 2016

Graphic art:
Code I, silkscreen, 110×80.6cm

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2007
China Sanbao,
International Printmaking Exhibition Participants

Graphic art:
Series: Occupation of Nature – Ozone Hole,
silkscreen, 120×80cm

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1990
Kitchen Art – installation in the basement of a house in Bratislava
handmade paper, garlic and onion

Entitled Kitchen Art, the exhibition shows artefacts inspired by the human activity in the kitchen. Ingredients and technologies used in cooking – onion, garlic, walnuts and paper pulp made in a blender from packaging, presented in an art form people’s interest in the aesthetic arrangement of dishes. The artist chose the former cellar of a wine-maker as the presentation space. ‘Black’ (with poppy seed) and ‘white’ (with cottage cheese) noodles were served at the opening of the exhibition.

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1998
Exhibition for Single Use
Green Room of Thurzo house in Banská Bystrica

installation of prints

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1999
Valorisation through Time
Košice, Main Street

installation of prints

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2007
Group exhibition of the association VEKTORYart
Exhibition halls of the Slovak Union of Visual Arts in Bratislava

Contaminated by Line
Ink Drawing
The Secret Script of an Unknown Language
The Firing Range

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2007/2008
I → ∑(a + b) = √c
ForZet Gallery in Bratislava

40 graphic prints

The exhibition entitled I → ∑(a + b) = √c presents the works of Lýdia Jergušová-Vydarená from the recent period. Her life experience from 2000 to 2007 has been transformed into the works of art, which make use of symbols and signs of distinct expression, but the narrative is brief and more comprehensible. The works on display, like those from the series Mathematicians and Occupation of Nature, demonstrate the artist’s apparent intention to designate the works with formulas from Arithmetic and Geometry. In her view, the present period is the era of people who need for their life mathematical sciences at all levels. Therefore the resulting effect of the work of art is subordinated to the artist’s conscious or subconscious use of numbers and formulas in the composition of work, its rhythmicity or the use of medium.