Laszlo Taubert

Taubert received his MFA from the Academy of Fine Art in Budapest where he also taught from 1993-95. Since the mid-nineties, his work has been exhibited extensively in Hungary as well as France, Switzerland, Germany, Italy and the United States. He has a number of pieces in public collections in Eastern and Western Europe as well as a museum dedicated to his own work in home country of Hungary.

Influenced by the early Kouros and Kore figures and mythic characters of archaic Greek and Egyptian statuary, Taubert’s work is hauntingly epic in form. His marble and bronze sculptures encompass the language of abstracted formalism while maintaining an element of stylized naturalism. Elegant and architectural, his work reveals his mastery of both the classical and contemporary idioms.