As I go to bed between 2 and 4 a.m., I do not get up early and it is always hard… We have breakfast when the noon edition of the radio news is on.
I am too lazy to operate CD players and the such, so I prefer the radio, which is sometimes surprising. I used to listen to classical music while painting but I no longer do. I like silence! I used to listen to Petőfi Rádió when putting the canvas on the frame, but it has become boring.
I often stop before I get to the end of a book. I like György Spíró’s Őszi tárlat / Autumn exhibition and his volume of short stories titled Álmodtam neked / I have dreamt for you. I used to like Péter Nádas but I gave up his trilogy after one-and-a-half years.A was amazed at the lifelikeness of Günter Grass’ Peeling the Onion. Oh, yes, and Attila Bartis
Cooking. No question about that.
Not Hungarians but I follow the international publications on the web and read blogs regularly.
Jacket. It is very practical.
I hate pantaloons. And I do not like elegant shoes either.
It changes all the time! There are many works that I consider important but they (too) show their fullest potential only in a museum or a collection.
Matisse, Richter, and a constructivist painter from 2100.
There are innumerable.
They should get out of here! Forget this self-enclosed, inbreeding kind of mentality, consider Hungary as a weekend holiday resort, where it is pleasant to be but is, otherwise, insignificant professionally.