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Oliver Sin

Oliver Sin
Oliver Sin at ARC 13. award ceremony
at Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest 2013
Born Olivér Gábor Sin
(1985-05-18)May 18, 1985
Budapest, Hungary
Nationality Hungary
Education Miklós Radnóti Gymnasium (Dunakeszi)
University of West Hungary (Szombathely)
Known for science art, mathematical art
Awards Kodaly-Award, Art-Feszt Special Award, ARC 13. / Borz-award (the award of insolence)

Oliver Sin (born May 18, 1985) is a Hungarian artist.

Early life and education

Born in Budapest, Hungary, Oliver Sin was raised with his sister Judit by his father, Zoltan Sin, a ropemaker. He became interested in art and science from an early age. He studied visual art from 2003 to 2009 at Dunakeszi's Miklós Radnóti Gymnasium. After graduation Sin enrolled in Szombathely's University of West Hungary where he majored in Visual Arts and Croatian.[1]

Career

Sin' work first came to international attention after his collaboration with Fibenare Guitars Co., when they made the Fibenare - Oliver Sin Collaboration Guitar in 2012. He made the cover of Guitar Connoisseur Magazine (in New York, USA) in 2013.[2]

Exhibitions

Fibenare - Oliver Sin Collaboration Guitar from NAMM 2013

2009

2010

  • Budapest (Hungary), Pszinapszis XIV

2012

  • Érd, City Gallery (Hungary), Ez van!
  • Budapest (Hungary), Syma Centre, Decoration Society Contest II.
  • Budapest (Hungary), FN5, Millenáris
  • Vác (Hungary), Exhibition of the Contemporary Values II. K.É.K.
  • Budapest (Hungary), Bakelit Multi Art Center
  • Budapest (Hungary), Abszurd Flikk-Flakk, Alle Center
  • Budapest (Hungary), Bakelit Pályázat 2nd Exhibition, Fogasház Kulturális Befogadótér
  • Budapest (Hungary), Honoratus Kodály Zoltán, MOM Kulturális Központ

2013

  • Los Angeles (USA), NAMM Show / Fibenare
  • Szentendre (Hungary), Budapest Art Expo Fresh VI.- International Biennial Of Young Artists
  • Erzsébetliget (Hungary), Art Feszt VI.
  • Újpalota (Hungary), In-Spirál Ház, Zsókavár Gallery
  • Vác (Hungary), Light / Fény – Napfesztivál, Art Lavina Gallery
  • Budapest (Hungary), ARC 13.
  • Warsaw (Poland), Perfectionists / MODESSQE 1st, Skwer

2014

  • Anaheim (USA), California, NAMM Show with Fibenare Guitars Co.
  • Kraków (Poland), Pracownia pod Baranami (MODESSQE)[3]
  • Budapest (Hungary), My Brain Is Open, Serpenyős
  • Cambridge (USA), Central Elements Cambridge Science Festival (MIT)[4]

Collections

Green-Tao Theorem with Endre Szemeredi by Oliver Sin 110X160cm, acrylics and oil pastels on canvas, 2012

Sin's work is in private and public collections such as MODESSQE (Poland).

Illustrations

  • 2013 April, October Guitar Connoisseur (New York, USA) / covers[5]
  • 2013 September Endre Dicsőfi: Nyitnikék (HU) / cover, illustrations
  • 2013 October Korunk (Cluj-Napoca, Romania) / cover, illustrations[6]

References

  1. ^
  2. ^
  3. ^ Vernissage Final Collection Modessqe
  4. ^ CAMBRIDGE SCIENCE FESTIVAL 2014
  5. ^ Guitar Connoisseur Magazine
  6. ^ KORUNK 2013/10 - A KÁDÁR-KORSZAK (ÉS) TÖRTÉNETEI (Hungarian)

Online References

  • Yareah Magazine Art of Oliver Sin
  • Kaltblut Magazine Oliver Sin! Hungarian Art!
  • Art4th Zine Oliver Sin, Visual Artist
  • ARClap Oliver Sin, Borz-award interview (Hungarian)

External links

  • [1] Oliver Sin official website


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