November 15th - 25th, 2005
In her imagination, Andrea Dezso traveled to Serbia. She was inspired by folk tales, poems, legends, and made the Publikum Calendar ’06. Strangely, she was inspired by political slogans and recipes. She didn’t leave New York, like in Victorian travel books she wrote her books in a comfortable armchair, she created her visions at her house… Take a look, feel, smell the fascinating world of Andrea Dezso. Publikum Calendar is not just an ordinary wall calendar. It is also a multimedia project that, in addition to the calendar, consists of a backup book, exhibition, video, etc. Each year the promotion of Publikum Calendar is one of the key events in the cultural life of Belgarde. As a non-profit project, the limited publicity of the Publikum Calendar is given to prominent individuals from the world of art, media, and business.
Who is Andrea Dezso?
Andrea Dezso is an artist, teacher, writer, and designer. She is a professor at Parsons School for design within a master’s program for design and technology and artist who represent Jack Tilton Gallery in New York. She participated in many international art exhibitions like Armory Show in New York, and Art Basel in Majamiju. Her works can be found in numerous public and private collections. Andrea’s illustrations were on the cover of the print magazine and in the New York Times. Her written works are were published by Print, McSweeney, and Esopus. Her’s recent project includes public artists mosaic of large-format ordered by MTA Arts for Transit for the subway railway in Bedford Park Boulevard (Bronx, New York). Andrea is a winner of the “Lois Nellie Gill Award” prize, Ucross foundation for women visual artists, 2005.
-Andrea Dezso, author of works published in Publikum Calendar ’06, artist, illustrator, professor at Parsons School of Design, New York
-Colin MacLeen, Chief Design and Digital Media Chair, Parsons School of Design, New York
– THE EXHIBITION OPENING OF PUBLIKUM CALENDAR ’06, SERBIAN TALES/FENO(WO)MAN ANDREA DEZSO
– FETISH BOOK PROMOTION, following the publication of Publikum calendar ’06
The exhibition lasts until November 25th, 2005