KITTI GEBLER, Strange New Year's Eve, Gicleé, 40 x 40cm, 2020,
KITTI GEBLER, HUNGARY
She graduated in art in 1993 from the prestigious Moholy-Nagy University
of Art and Design, where she studied textile and fashion design, and in
1997 she obtained a master's degree there. She later turned to interior
design and earned a master’s degree.
She began to feel that the applied genre gave relatively little space for
maneuver to the individual’s manifestations, so eventually leaving the
world of design behind, She began to take the practice of painting more
seriously a few years ago. For her, the narrative of self-expression
manifested itself in painting.
Kitti studied painting technique, professional and theoretical studies in the
studio of Csaba Kis Róka, an internationally renowned painter.
Since 2020, She has participated in many Hungarian and international
exhibitions, festivals and art markets.
At the heart of her painting program is people. It reflects on social and
sociological differences, environmental and cultural phenomena.
At first, She dissected the factors influencing the development of
personality, the system of socialization and human interactions. She
sought to pinpoint the factors affecting the psyche, which resulted in
expressive figurative painting solutions.