In his depictions reduced to primary colors and minimalist shapes, Murányi experiments with employing the least to communicate the desired content. While his fresh, crispy graphics are evocative of pop art aesthetics and his formal expression could be related to Julian Opie’s imagery reduced to signs, Murányi’s works are characterized by a highly idiosyncratic pictorial language. The reductionist approach in Murányi’s working method implies a sense of modernist questioning and a related disillusionment. However, through the injection of a light touch of humor, Murányi creates complexly layered images, where ironic takes on our superficial, object-bound, materialistic world render the daunting voids refilled.
Meeting at 3.20 is a special diptych edition and the two parts of the image constitute two physically separate prints that belong together but are to be framed or mounted separately.
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EURART Project's limited edition prints are museum-quality pieces, created using archival pigment inks on acid-free 100% cotton rag paper. Every print comes accompanied by a uniquely numbered certificate of authenticity, which is hand-signed by the artist. The images are not rescaled to fit the paper, as such there is a border left around them to allow for framing. The quoted dimensions for the prints therefore stand for the paper size on which the image is printed. The sale of each print directly supports the artist. Our limited-edition prints are exclusive to EURART, available for sale only through our website. Once an edition sells out, there will be no more produced.