László L. Révész


László László Révész (1957–2021) was a Hungarian painter and performance artist. He received a Master of Fine Arts degree in painting from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 1981 and an MA in animation from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest in 1986. Révész defended his DLA dissertation "Pictorial narrative in the Fine Arts"in 2010.

His art covers a range of media including drawing, painting, performance, film, video, sculpture and installation. He has worked at various places including Pannonia Film Studio, the Hungarian National Television in Budapest, Vox Television in Cologne, Germany, Faro Disegni furniture textile design company in Rome, Italy, the Hungarian Cultural Center in New York City, USA. From 2009 he has worked as an associate professor at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. In 2014 he had a screening at MUSA,[5][6] Vienna where he presented his light shadow plays animation series. In 2013 he cofounded the Karkade Company. He wrote and directed two plays with them; CAN (2014) and Blue Panther (2015).

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