Kiss Péter

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Born in Siklós. Studies at the Painting Faculty of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts between 1983-87, followed by the Postgraduate Program at the Mural Department between 1987-90. Recipient of the Derkovits Scholarship between 1991 and 1993, and the József Pécsi Scholarship between 1996 and 1998. Kiss works with special photographic procedures, as well as every type of electromagnetic radiation which can be rendered visible in some way. He has a penchant for photographing microstructures. Since 1986, Kiss has taken part in numerous exhibitions at home and abroad. Solo shows include: Nádasdy Castle, Sárvár, Hungary (with Tamás Gaál, 1988); Knoll Galerie, Vienna (with János Sugár and András Bernát, 1989); Vizivárosi Gallery, Budapest, and Hungarian House, Bucharest, Romania (1996); and Studio Gallery of the Studio of Young Artists Association, Budapest (1997). Selected group shows include: Studio 89, Ernst Museum, Budapest (1989); Triumph – The Uninhabitable, Udstillingsbygningen ved Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, and Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Budapest (1990); Studio of Young Photo-artists, Ernst Museum, Budapest (1990); Inspiration, Sommer Atelier, Hannover (1990); Musée 2000, Grand-Duchy de Luxembourg (1990); Oscillation, Šiesta Bašta, Komárno, Slovakia, and Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Budapest (1991); Aller Art, G.68 elf, Cologne (1991); Budapest, Dublin (1991); Hungarian Modern Art Exhibition, Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, South Korea (1991); Grenzenlos, Haus Ungarn, Berlin (1992); Revisions, Adelaide, Australia (1992); Vier (Four), Horn, Austria, and St. Stephen the King Museum, Székesfehérvár, Hungary (1992); Naturally, Ernst Museum, Budapest (1994); Volt, Csók István Gallery, Székesfehérvár, Hungary (1994); The Butterfly Effect, Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Budapest (1996); Reflections on Flusser, C3, Budapest (1997); and József Pécsi Photographic Scholarship Recipients, Dorottya Gallery, Budapest (1998). (1999)
still Aspects of Isotropes installation art
still Detector installation art,
interactive art
1995 - 1996