Still the World Fits in His Left Hand

Budapest, Molnár-C. Pál Műterem – Múzeum, 09 November 2017 - 30 June 2018
The exhibition presents the last period in the art of Hungarian sculptor Béni Ferenczy. In 1956, the artist’s right side was paralyzed and he lost his ability to speak, but that didn’t mean an end for his artistic career. He learned to sketch, to paint and to model with his left hand, and continued to work. Hundreds of graphic artworks and sculptures remained from this period showing the regeneration of his art.
The exhibition focuses on the artist's last period between 1956 and 1967. In 1956 the sculptor's right side was paralyzed due to a stroke, and he had to struggle with the negative consequences of the tragic event until his death in 1967. But his artistic career continued to develop nevertheless, and Ferenczy Béni showed an honorable example of determination and commitment. He went on working with his left hand, leaving to posterity hundreds of graphic artworks and sculptures, attesting the regeneration of his art. 
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2018.02.20
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