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'Kill Your Idols' by Lorinc Borsos at Glassyard Gallery, Budapest

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Lőrinc Borsos – the fictitious identity engendered by János Borsos and Lilla Lőrinc – has been continuously reconstructing themself for more than a decade. They transform, mutate, shift shape and turn towards always new tendencies and idols. They define questionable points of reference that they then trip and fall over. With diverse magical, ritual or fetish-like objects, they confront the idols they have erected for themselfes, often turning into their own ambivalent imago. The solo exhibition of Lőrinc Borsos at theGlassyard Gallery gives insight into this dark and glossy (glossy black), pulsating process.

25.5.19 — 27.7.19

Curator, text author: Borbála Szalai

Logo design: Előd Janky

Assistant, Installation: Jakub NemecGallery

Assistant: Zsófia Erdős

Photo: Dávid Biró

Glassyard Gallery

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