Judit Reigl

(Hungarian, b. 1923)

Considered one of the most original figures of post-World War II art, she is hailed for discarding boundaries and rules once deemed absolute. Reigl defies traditional and often antagonistic dichotomies as she obliterates the distinction between the front and back of the canvas, utilizing both sides of the work, alternates between figurative and non-objective and reconciles aspects of Surrealism and abstraction.

PAST EXHIBITIONS AT UBU GALLERY
Judit Reigl: Annus Mirabilis, Annus Horribilis. Works from May 1954–June 1955 | December 11, 2014 – February 27, 2015
FIAC 2015 | October 22 – 25, 2015
Witnessing Visions: Brion Gysin, Henri Michaux, Judit Reigl, Unica Zürn | December 10, 2013 – March 21, 2014
Judit Reigl: Unfolding Unfolding | December 10, 2010 – March 12, 2011

PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE AT THE UBU GALLERY STORE
Judit Reigl: Unfolding
Panta Rei (Judit Reigl or The Origin of a World)*

SELECTED WORKS IN UBU GALLERY INVENTORY