01. 04. 2023
31. 05. 2022

Gideon Horváth

Gideon Horváth is the first artist-in-residence at PRÁM for 2023. He will spend two months at PRÁM, April and May. You might look forward to his solo show at PRÁM in the second half of May. The exhibition will be curated by Šárka Koudelová.

Gideon Horváth is an interdisciplinary visual artist based in Budapest, working mainly with sculptural installations. Conceptually he is often dealing with queer, ecological and new materialist theories. His works question anthropocentrism and dualistic worldviews, always giving space to the sensual and intuitive ways of experiencing his topics.


In his sculptural installations he mainly works with beeswax, which he uses as a queer material as it is both very sensitive and highly resilient. The wax has the qualities of being ambivalent, fluid and constantly becoming, which are notions that are in Horváth’s central interests.


Selected solo exhibitions:

2023   Myths of Vulnerability,Glassyard Gallery, Budapest
2022   Kiss of the Sun, ENA viewing Space, Budapest
2021   The Faun’s Ball, TIC Gallery, Brno, Czech Republic
2021   Faun realness, ISBN gallery, Budapest

Selected group exhibitions:

2023   Currently Available, Projektraum Römerstraße der Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Germany
2022   Different Solar settings, David Kovats Gallery, London, United Kingdom
2022   Sensory Tales (Curated by…), Krinzinger Gallery, Vienna, Austria
2022   They/Them/Their: Naturally Not Binary, IMT Gallery, London, United Kingdom
2022   An eclectic attempt to complete the torso in my head, UGM Studios, Maribor, Slovenia
2022   Hope is not Desire, Sopa Gallery, Kosice, Slovakia
2022   Beings & Creatures Chapter 2: In the Midst of New and Old Kinship,< rotor > Center for Contemporary Art, Graz, Austria
2022   Abundant days to come, Glassyard Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
2021   InThe Beginning There Was The Garden, Botanical Garden of Budapest, Hungary
2021   And mistake these walls for skin, Budapest Gallery, Hungary
2021   Mythology Heritage, House of Arts, Ústí Nad Labem, Czech Republic
2021   Slow Life, Hungarian Cultural Institute, Brussels, Belgium
2021   OSTRALE Biennale O21 Dresden
2021   xtro realm presents: ACLIM! Agency for Climate Imaginary, OFF-Biennale Budapest
2020   Slow Life – Radikale Praktiken des Alltags, Ludwigmuseum, Koblen, Germany

The project is implemented with the financial support of the City of Prague, State Culture Fund of the Czech Republic and Visegrad fund.