Imre Bak is a contemporary painter whose work emphasizes strong color and basic geometric shapes. Imre Bak was born in Budapest, Hungary in the year 1939.
Bak attended the Hungarian Academy of Fine Art.
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Bak works on very large sized canvases. He often uses a canvas that measures 55 inches by 87 inches. Bak paints usually paints with acrylics, but sometimes paints with oils.
The artist helped to found the Budapest Workshop in 1971. This was established to help push the modern art movement in Hungary.
In this clip an interview with Imre Bak with many works shown:
Bak also worked as an educator. Bak was a professor at the Hungarian Academy of Applied Art.
Imre Bak is a great example of non-conceptual painting. I enjoy his use of color and the use of black in his art. His use of geometric shapes reminds me of the artist Peter Halley.