Form and color, wild and urban, value and anti-value are colliding into a transient field – this is Betuker Istvan’s uncommon dynamic of a colored visual landscape.

The deconstruction of the traditional figurative lines are merging in front of our eyes, undressing the archetypes, bathing them with a mysteriously humming frailty of halogen freshness and abstract color ranges. A new scenery is to be born, simultaneous intimate and brusque, alien nevertheless familiar, where the industry’s despised harm gives virtue to the natural, where the color triumphs over the form.

Ferenczi Szilárd

Galerie Popy Arvani, Paris, 2015