Hungarian artist Orsi Horváth takes a surrealist approach to her art, with influences from popular culture. Her inspiration comes from Pop art, rock bands, film noir and science fiction, and from artists ranging from Caravaggio to Andy Warhol. (Above: Mum; Below: Army)
“My biggest quest of course is to catch the absurdity of the world,” the Budapest-based artist says.
Horváth also does installations, including Archaic Cat (above: Clay, wood, 2011). She has exhibited extensively since graduating in 2008 from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, with an MA in painting and is obviously an artist to watch. Orsi Horváth’s website, here. On Facebook, here. On SaatchiOnline, here.