Imre Kocsis
B.IV.72, 1972
acrylics on canvas
100 x 100 cm
Imre Kocsis
O.IV.80, 1980
Pressboard, painted black
3 parts with rhombus core each 4.8 x 16 x 250 cm
Imre Kocsis
O.I.87, 1987
Pressboard, painted black
2 parts: 1.3 x 13 x 130 cm, 2.6 x 13 x 13 cm
Imre Kocsis
B.XXVI.74, 1974
acrylics on canvas
80 x 80 cm
Imre Kocsis
B.XXVVII.74, 1974
acrylics on canvas
80 x 80
Imre Kocsis
B.II.76, 1976
acrylics on canvas
2 parts each 140 x 40 cm
Imre Kocsis
B.XIII.75, 1975
Acrylics on canvas
2 parts each 80 x 80 cm
Imre Kocsis
O.I.84, 1984
Pressboard, painted black
3 parts with triangular core each 1.6 x 16 x 250 cm
Imre Kocsis
O.X.79, 1979
Pressboard, painted black
3 parts with triangular core each 5.7 x 19 x 250 cm
Imre Kocsis
O.X.III.79, 1979
Pressboard, painted black
5 parts 1x 200 x 10 x 1 cm, 4x 100 x 10 x 1 cm

Imre Kocsis is born in 1937 in Karcag/Hungary. At the age of 21 he emigrates to Germany, where he graduates at the College of Fine Arts in Hamburg and goes on to become an assistent there.  His first solo exhibition takes place in 1965 in Munich, when he presents his work in the Galerie Leonhart, later in Dusseldorf. A sojourn in New York in 1980 at the P.S.1 (present moma PS1) leads Kocsis and his work to America. At the same time he gets a foreign residency at the  Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Kocsis achieves a remarkable success with his art and exhibition activity. In 1989 he is awarded the Karl Ernst Osthaus prize by the  Stadt Hagen. From 1985 on he lectures at the Reykjavik Fine Art College department for sculpture.  In 1991 Imre Kocsis dies. In 2009 a part of his estate is incorporated in the Stiftung für konkrete Kunst und Design in Ingolstadt.

1965 first exhibiion in the Galerie Leonhart, Munich (from 1971 Dusseldorf) 1967 Kunst der Grafik in und um München, Grafische Sammlung, Munich (GA) /   Haus der Kunst, Große Kunstausstellung, Munich (GA) / Deutscher Künstlerbund, 15. Jahresausstellung, Karlsruhe (GA) 1968/69 Herbstsalon, Haus der Kunst, Munich (GA) 1968 Galerie Neuhaus, Munich 1970 Environnement, Roche et Bobois, Paris (GA) 2. Biennale International de l’Estampe, Paris (GA) ii. British International Print Biennale, Bradford (GA) 1971 Gallery Talisman, St. Louis, Missouri, USA / Galerie am Jakobsbrunnen, Stuttgart Deutscher Künstlerbund, 19. Jahresausstellung, Stuttgart (GA) 1972 Galerie von Bartha (Minimax), Basel / Galerie Tendenzen, Sindelfingen, with Muthofer and Reipka (GA) 1973 6 Ungarische Konstruktivisten, Forum Kunst, Rottweil mit Bak, Fajo, Gayor, Hencze, Nadler (GA) 1974 Galerie Stein, Cologne 1975 Neue Ungarische Konstruktivisten, Kunstmuseum Bonn (GA) 1976 Galerie an der Neupforte, Aachen / Imre Kocsis. Arbeiten 1968-1975, Galerie von Bartha, Basel 1980 39. Biennale, Venice 1990 Imre Kocsis, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Steinernes Haus am Römerberg 1995 21. International Biennal of Graphics Arts Ljubljana 2006 Imre Kocsis, Rolf Viva, Beat Zoderer, Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt (GA) 2011 Imre Kocsis, Alex Müller, Sergej Vutuc, Leopold-Hoesch-Museum & Papiermuseum, Düren (GA) 2012 Avenue – Oeuvre Exhibition of The Painter Imre Kocsis, Kogart House, Budapest 2018 The Transformation of Geometry / Collection Siegfried Grauwinkel, City Gallery, Prague (GA) 2019 Imre Kocsis – Schwarzist, Kunstturm Mücke, Ausstellung 23 2020 Imre Kocsis – konkret. Gruss an tatlin, Dierking - Galerie am Paradeplatz, Zurich / Imre Kocsis. Bildraum / Realraum, Leopold-Hoesch-Museum, Düren

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