Anton Molnar

Anton  Molnar

Born in Budapest, Anton Molnar wants to portray the atmosphere around him. He wants to find an artistic language that can translate his vision of the mingling of cultures and emotions. For him, painting is a way of living and a way to express himself and his vision.

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Anton  Molnar Blue kiss and black shoes

Blue kiss and black shoes
Oil on canvas

Anton  Molnar Blue kiss and black shoes
Blue kiss and black shoes
Oil on canvas  

Anton  Molnar

Anton Molnar

Anton Molnar Biography

Anton Molnar was born in 1957, in Budapest, Hungary.

After primary school in Hungary and Africa (Bamako, Mali) Anton Molnar entered the Fine Arts secondary school in Budapest. In 1976 he passed his baccalaureate, specializing in painting. After that he worked in the museum of Budapest until he entered the Fine Art Academy of Budapest, Hungary,  in 1979.

In 1983, he received his Painter’s Diploma as a qualified teacher of drawing, anatomy and art history. Anton Molnar stayed at the Academy until 1986 to take a master’s degree in fresco and mural art. From 1981 to 1986 his works were hungry in many exhibitions in Hungary and abroad, more especially in Paris. In 1988, he decided to settle in France with his family. In his works Anton Molnar wants to portray the atmosphere around him. He wants to find an artistic language that can translate his vision of the mingling of cultures and emotions. For him, painting is a way of living and a way to express himself and his vision.

Today, Anton Molnar lives and works in Paris, France.

Anton Molnar Resumé

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

1990

S.M. International, Gevrey-Chambertin 

France Les Atelier de la Tour, Dijon, France

Hotel de la Cloche, Dijon, France

Galerie au Carré D’Art, Paris, France

Espace Jean de Joigny, Joigny, France

Grand Palais, Biennale des Antiquaires, Paris, France

Galerie pro Arte Kasper, Morges, Switzerland

1991

Galerie Everarts, Paris, France

Espace Miramar, Cannes, France

Galerie la Source, Dijon, France

1992

Cercle Munster, Luxembourg Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris, France

1993

Galerie Becker, Luxembourg Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris, France

Galerie Michael, Los Angeles, USA

Hotel Bouhier de Savigny, Dijon, France

1994

Galerie pro Arte Kasper, Morges, Switzerland

Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris, France

1995

Opera Gallery, Paris, France

New Trends, Opera Galery Hong-Kong, China

Hotel Bouhier de Savigny, Dijon, France

Acapulco Gallery P.K., Mexico

1996

Opera Gallery, Paris, France

Opera Gallery, Singapore

Opera Gallery, Miami, United States

Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris, France

1997

Opera Gallery, Paris, France

Opera Gallery, Singapore

1998

Opera Gallery, Paris, France

Opera Gallery, Singapore

Galleria Prova, Tokyo, Japan

Villa d’Este, Lago di Como, Italy

1999

Opera Gallery, Paris, France

Opera Gallery, Singapore

Villa d’Este, Lago di Como, Italy

Galerie Greuse, Geneva, Switzerland

2000

Opera Gallery, New York, United States

Galleria Prova, Tokyo, Japan

Opera Gallery, New York, United States

2001

Opera Gallery, Paris, France

Opera Gallery, Singapore

Galleria Prova, Tokyo, Japan

Opera Gallery, New York, United States

2002

Secco Galeria, Budapest, Hongrie

Galerie Greuze, Geneva, Switzerland

Galleria Prova, Tokyo, Japan

2003

Opera Gallery, Miami, United States

Opera Gallery, Singapore

Opera Gallery, Paris, France

2004

Prova Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Opera Gallery, Paris, France

2005

Opera Gallery, Hong Kong, China

Galerie Knud Grothe, Copenhague, Denmark

Opera Gallery, Singapore

Opera Gallery, London, United Kingdom

Gresham, Budapest, Hungary

Galleria Prova, Tokyo, Japan

Opera Gallery, Hong Kong, China

2006

S2 Art Gallery Las Vegas, United States

2007

Metro Art Gallery, Miami, United States

Erdèsz Galèria, Szentendre, Hungary

Galleria Prova, Tokyo, Japan

2008

Opera Gallery, London, United Kingdom

2009

Opera Gallery, Monaco

Opera Gallery, Singapore

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