Discussion with Dávid Koronczi in GaJK

The Jozef Kollár Gallery in Banská Štiavnica cordially invites you to the event called Minor Maxi 3 - Discussion with the artist Dávid Koronczi, which will take place on February 17 at 5:00 p.m. in GaJK. The discussion will be moderated by Anton Čierny.


GaJK - Jozef Kollár Gallery, Námestie svátej Trojice 12, 969 01 Banská Štiavnica



The discussion will cover the work and personal life of Dávid Koronczi. It will be an informal discussion that will reveal something from the artist's life journey, what brought him to art and motivates him to stay in the world of art. Dávid already belongs to the generation of established visual artists in Slovakia, and his work has a relatively wide scope, from graphic design works to objects, installations and sound recordings or texts. In this he is indeed complex. Dávid skilfully handles different types and genres of art and mixes them with his natural ease. His artistic and human expression is friendly and full of positive energy. Come and breathe it in, we cordially invite you!


Dávid Koronczi is a graphic designer, artist, teacher, enthusiastic cook and amateur gardener. Together with Martin Piaček, they lead the Studio vvv at the Department of Intermedia at the Bratislava University of Applied Sciences. He is currently studying the first year of his doctorate at the FAVU in Brno under the supervision of Katarína Hládeková. He lives with his partner and daughter in Novohrad, sometimes in Lučenec, sometimes in Fiľakovo and soon in Ratka, where they are renovating a small family estate.


The MINOR MAXI educational project was originally planned as a series of three lecture cycles, each presenting representatives of a different national minority – Ukrainian, Czech and Hungarian. The author of the project is Anton Čierny, a visual artist and teacher at VŠVU in Bratislava. The MINOR MAXI 3 project, supported by the KultMinor Fund, is implemented by Transkunsthalle s.r.o. in cooperation with the Jozef Kollár Gallery in Banská Štiavnica.


More information on th GaJK website.