Mental hygiene - an unusual exhibition opened in the Printa store on September 30!
The question arose in us: are we more psychologically burdened these days, or are we simply more concerned with our spiritual world and the traumas it inflicts? Several external factors have recently had a strong impact on our inner world - perhaps we don't even need to explain this - but at the same time, both the discourses concerning this and the honesty around people have significantly intensified.
Mental hygiene includes all activities aimed at developing and maintaining a healthy mental life. Four young artists look for ways of mental health through their own works, which together provide a complex exhibition experience. Fragments of living space, raster symbolism, comic book narratives and modern witchcraft - these all appear on the serigraphs created by the artists, i.e. hand-made screen prints.
The exhibiting artists are: Lili Thury, Kamilla Hu-Yang, Juli Jásdi, Eged Enikő
You can view the works of the female artists online here
, or visit the Printa store on Rumbach Sebestyén Street!
The analog photos were taken by Anna Szabó.