Gyula Kosice is active/lives in France, Argentina, Hungary. Gyula Kosice is known for neon tube light and hydraulic sculpture.
Moving to Argentina from his native country of Hungary at age four, Kosice studied drawing and sculpture at the Free Academy in Buenos Aires. In 1944, he co-founded the review Arturo, which was succeeded by the publication Invención.
Kosice participated in 1946 in the group exhibition Arte-Concreto-Invención, the same year in which he co-founded the Madí movement and between 1947 and 1954 its magazine Arte Madí Universal.
It was at this time that Kosice began experimenting with neon and fluorescent
tubing, for which he was to become so well known. In 1957, Kosice settled in Paris where he created his first hydraulic sculpture.
has been awarded prizes and has published poems, essays, and interviews ... Displaying 750 of 983 characters.