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E. GYURI HOLLÓSY                                                                               2008
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Studio location: studio #7 Grounds For Sculpture, Mercerville, NJ      Cell/Studio: 609. 915. 2740

EDUCATION:
M.F.A            Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
                 Concentration: Sculpture, Drawing
B.F.A            Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
                 Concentration: Sculpture, Drawing
                 Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
                 Undergraduate Concentration: Sculpture, Painting
Internship       Meirjohn & Wengler Foundry, Cincinnati, Ohio – summer program: foundry processes
Apprentice       To sculptor Frank Varga, four summers: modeling, stone and woodcarving
                 Detroit, Michigan

GRANTS/AWARDS:
2007         Honorable Mention, Trenton City Museum, Trenton, NJ
2003         Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation, grant, New York, NY
2003         Helen & George Segal Foundation, grant, New Brunswick, NJ
2001         Third Place, Greensboro Artists League, Greensboro, NC
1999         Herk van Tongeron Memorial Sculpture Award, grant, Johnson Atelier, Mercerville, NJ
1999         Trenton Artist Workshop Association Award, Trenton City Museum, Trenton, NJ
1999         Honorable Mention, Greensboro Artists League, Greensboro, NC

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
2008      Retrospective, American Hungarian Museum, New Brunswick, NJ (10/5/08 – 2/28/09)
2006      “New Directions”, The Gallery on Lafayette, Trenton, NJ
2002      Gyuri & Tomi, Trenton City Museum Ellerslie, Trenton, NJ
2001      Pitches & Entrances, Mario Villa Gallery, New Orleans, LA
          Never At Rest, Extension Gallery, Mercerville, NJ
1999      Recent Work, Mario Villa Gallery, Mercerville, NJ
1998      Heroes and Monuments, Extension Gallery, Mercerville, NJ
1996      Narrations of Life, Extension Gallery, Mercerville, NJ
1993      Symphonic Poems, Extension Gallery, Mercerville, NJ
1992      “Recent Works,” Mario Villa Gallery, Chicago, IL
1991      Keystone Junior College, La Plume, PA
1989      Figurative Transitions, Mario Villa Gallery, New Orleans, LA
1988      Sculptures and Scroll Drawings, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL
          Current Works, Simpson College, Indianola, IA
1987      Works in Transitions, Mario Villa Gallery, New Orleans, LA
          Scroll Drawings with Sculptures, Mingenback Art Center Gallery, Lindsborg, KS
1986      McNamee Gallery, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO
1984      Figures in Motion, Mario Villa Gallery, New Orleans, LA
1982      New Work, Graphics Editions, New Orleans, LA
1977         Figures Revisited, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA
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SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2008   Take Issue, Washington Square, Washington, DC
       Materials and Process, West Chester University, West Chester, PA
2007    Ellerslie Open XXIV, Trenton City Museum, Trenton, NJ (Juried)
2006   “My Favorite Maquette”, Ube Biennale, The Tokeito Lake Hall, Ube, Yamaguchi, Japan
       1956 Hungarian Commemorative Exhibit, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, Hungary
       50th Anniversary Commemorative Exhibit, Hungarian Culture Museum, New Brunswick, NJ
       “Combined Forces”, Howard County Center for the Arts, Ellicoot, MD
       Paper, Canvas and Metal, Sally French Gallery, Lambertville, NJ
       Spring/Summer Exhibition, Grounds For Sculpture, Mercerville, NJ
2005   Ellerslie Open XXII, Trenton City Museum, Trenton, NJ (Juried)
       “365 Days After”, Gallery 125, Trenton, NJ (Juried)
       Sculpture Park, Burlington County College, Pemberton, NJ (Juried)
2004   “Celebration of Art in Healing,” Pavilion Art Gallery, Virtua Memorial Hospital, Mt. Holly, NJ
2003   Earth & Wind, exhibit, Mount Holly Main Street Gallery, Mount Holly, NJ
       Viva L’ Atelier, group exhibit, 3rd Street Gallery on 2nd St. Philadelphia, PA
       A Community of Artist, College Art Gallery, College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
2002   First Night Burlington County High Street Sculpture Show, Mount Holly, NJ
       Hungarian/Philadelphia Sculptors Group Exhibit, Pannonius University Museum, Pécs, Hungary
       The Figure in Bronze, Toad Hall Gallery, Grounds For Sculpture, Mercerville, NJ
       A La Atelier, group exhibit, Greensboro Artist League, Greensboro, NC
       Tri-State/Philadelphia Sculptors Group Exhibit, Grounds For Sculpture, Mercerville, NJ
       Fire and Form, International Iron Conference, Grounds For Sculpture, Mercerville, NJ
1999   Atelier Group Exhibit, Trenton City Museum Ellerslie, Trenton, NJ
1998   Tri-State Founding Members Exhibit, University of Greensboro, Greensboro College, NC
       Atelier Members Group Show, Bottle Museum, Troy, NY
       New Jersey for World Artist for Tibet Exhibit, Skillman, NJ
1996   Trenton Station Plaza Group Installation, Trenton, NJ
       Sofo Exhibit, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL (Invitational)
1994   Connecticut Medical Center, Farmington, CT
1992   Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, Hungary
       Alternative Space, Philadelphia, PA
1991   Exhibition Space, New York, NY (Juried)
1990   Mario Villa Gallery, Chicago, IL
       Drawings Transformation Sculptures, Rider College, Lawrenceville, NJ
1988   New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
       89th Annual Midwest Art Exhibition, Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery, Lindsborg, KS
1987   Newcomb Art Faculty: 1886-1986, Newcomb Gallery, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
       Art for Art’s Sake, Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans, LA
1980   Ten New Orleans Sculptors, Sculpture Center of New York, New York, NY

COMMISSIONS:
2006    1956 Hungarian Revolution Memoriam, bronze reliefs, New Brunswick, NJ
2004    National Hungarian Memorial, Sunset Memorial Park, North Olmsted, OH – phase 3
2003   Rev. T. Dömötör Memorial bust, Lorantffy Care Center, Akron, OH
2001   National Hungarian Memorial, Sunset Memorial Park, North Olmsted, OH – phase 2
2000   “The Simple Monk” (The Dalai Lama), Peace Weavers Center, Bath, New York
1992.  "The Family" 18' x 18 1/2' x 6' bronze; 248.6 x 563.8 x 182,8 cm
           Municipal Complex Center, City of Peoria, Arizona
1989.  "Aspiration for Liberty" '56 Hungarian Memorial 19" x 7 1/2' x 6 1/2' bronze;
           568.9 x 243.8 x 213.3 cm, Liberty Square Park, Boston, Massachusetts
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1986       National Hungarian Memorial, Sunset Memorial Park, North Olmsted, OH – phase 1
1983.      "Our Heritage" 9' x 16' bronze relief; 292.l x 487.6 cm
               Heritage Plaza, New Orleans, Louisiana
1979.      Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial 6’ x 2'x 2' bronze; 213.3 cm
               Martin Luther King Municipal Center, Lafayette, LA
1977.      Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty Memorial, 11’ x 3' x 2' bronze; 304.8 cm
               Mindszenty Plaza, Cleveland, OH

LECTURES/WORKSHOPS:
Grounds For Sculpture, Guest Lecturer, Mercerville, NJ
        (November 2006)
American Hungarian Federation, Washington, D.C.
        (April 2005)
Mid-American College Art Association, Visiting Lecturer, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
        (November 2002)
New Jersey Museum of Art, Trenton, NJ
        (May 2002)
Tri-State Art Association Conference, University of North Carolina, Ashville, NC
        October 2000)
Tri-State Art Association Conference, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC
        (October 1998)
Tri-State Art Association Conference, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
        (October 1996)
Massachusetts College of Art, Visiting Artist Lecturer/Workshop in patination, Boston, MA
        (April, l994)
University of Maryland, School of Architecture, Visiting Artist Lecture, College Park, MD
        (June, l993)
Keystone Junior College, Visiting Artist Lecture, La Plume, Pa
        (September, l991)
Rider College, "Writers and Artists: The Creative Process” J Term Seminar, Lawrenceville, NJ
        (January, l991)
Simpson College, Indianola, IA
        (February 1988)
McNamee Gallery, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO
        (April 1986)
Hungarian Association, Harvard University Club, Boston, MA
        (October 1986)
49th Mid-America College Art Conference, Indianapolis, IN
        (October 25, 1985)
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
        (April 23, 1985)
Belleville Area College, Belleville, IL
        (March 20, 1984)
47th Mid-America College Art Conference, St. Louis, MO
        (October 23, 1983)
University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
        (February 11-13, 1982)
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA
        (March 12, 1982)
East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
        (March 20-22, 1981)
University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC
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        (October 16, 1980)
Metairie Art Association, Metairie, LA
        (February 12, 1980)
College Art Association Conference, New Orleans, LA
        (February 1, 1980)
Chowan College, Murfreesboro, NC
        (October 8, 1979)

COLLECTIONS:
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA               Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, Hungary
Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery, Lindsborg, KS   New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO              Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ
Hamlin Collier & Co., Boston, MA                 Stewart Enterprises, Inc, New Orleans, LA
Simpson College, Indianola, IA                   University of CT Medical Center, Farmington, CT
White Graphics, London, England                  Clinton Presidential Library, Little Rock, AR
Grounds For Sculpture, Mercerville, NJ           American Hungarian Museum, New Brunswick,NJ

EMPLOYMENT:
1975-present Independent Artist – HolArt-Sculpture (Sculpture, Painting and Art Restoration)
1988-2003    Academic Program Coordinator/Gallery Director, Johnson Atelier, Technical
                Institute of Sculpture, Mercerville, NJ.
1985-1988    Associate Professor - sculpture and drawing; Bethany College, Lindsborg, KS.
1982- 1985   Assistant Professor - Figure Sculpture; Washington University, St. Louis, MO
1980-1982    Instructor Interim Head - sculpture Tulane University, Newcomb Art Department,
                New Orleans, LA.
1979-1982    Co-Founder & Instructor, Sculpture Center of New Orleans, LA
1977-1978    Instructor - Sabbatical replacement Sculpture Tulane University, Newcomb Art
                Department,

MEMBERSHIPS:
Philadelphia Sculptors    Hungarian Sculpture Society               Global Register’s Who’s Who
Greensboro Artists League College Art Association                   Hungarian Order of Vitéz
St. Ladislaus Order

DEALER REPRESENTATION:
Mario Villa, Mario Villa Inc. New Orleans, LA
Farnsworth Gallery, Bordentown, NJ

WEBSITE:
www.hollosy.com
www.philadelphiasculptors.com
www.gimagine.com
www.groundsforsculpture.org

				
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