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Foster, Colin

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Colin Foster

Colin Foster

Endre u. 1.
H – 7626, Pécs, Hungary
E-mail: colin@art.pte.hu

 

1954 Born, London
1972-3 Foundation Course, Leicester Polytechnic
1973-6 B.A.Hons. Fine Art, Trent Polytechnic
1976-7 M.A. Fine Art, Manchester Polytechnic
1977 Grants from the Lawrence Atwell Charity and North West Arts
“Untitled” bronze commissioned by Clayton Brook Village, England
1978-9 Fellow to the Artescape Trust, Lincoln
Lincolnshire & Humberside Arts Award
1979-80 Fellow in sculpture at Bath Academy of Art
1984 British Council award to study public sculpture in Hungary
1985 International Sculpture Symposium, Villány, Hungary
1985-88 Art Director of the Villány International Sculpture Symposium
1986 International Sculpture Symposium, Bremen, Germany
1987 International Granite Symposium, Buddusso, Italy
Bursary from the Pécs Graphics Studio
1988 International Wood symposium, Lenti, Hungary
1989 International Granite Symposium, Burkina Faso, Africa
International Marble Symposium, Digne les Bains, France International Granite Symposium, Fujimi, Japan
1990 International Wood Symposium, Lenti, Hungary
1991 International Basalt Symposium, Mayen, Germany
1992 “The Border Symposium”, Rusovce, Czechoslovakia
1993 International Granite Symposium, Lendava, Slovenia
International planning team for the Lindabrunn Sculpture Park, Austria
1996 International Ice-Sculpture Symposium, Oulu, Finland
Arctic Festival, Lulea, Sweden
International Wood Symposium, Lenti, Hungary
1997 Awarded the Baranya County Art Prize
Guest teacher, International Summer School, University of Lapland

Awarded the Doctor of Liberal Arts Degree, University of Pécs
Development plan for the Rinya Valley, Nagyatád
1998 Arctic Festival, Lulea, Sweden
European Fire-Sculpture Festival, Stockholm, Sweden
Cultural development plan for the Villány-Siklós Wine Road
1999 “Zee van Stahl” project, Wijk aan Zee, Holland
2000 Arctic Festival, Lulea, Sweden
Fire Sculpture project (with Matinlauri), Oulu, Finland
IX. International Sculpture Symposium, Zalaegerszeg, Hungary
II. International Sculpture Symposium, Carlos Paz, Argentina
2001 V. International Sculpture Symposium, La Norma, France
“Angel XXXVI” commissioned by Villány Town Council, Hungary
International Sculpture Symposium, Zwickau, Germany
2002 Art Director, International Granite Symposium, Zalaegerszeg, Hungary
International Granite Symposium, Yeongwol, Korea
2004 International Granite Symposium, Ventspils, Latvia
International Granite Symposium, Partille, Sweden
2004 Awarded the title “Dr. Habil”, University of Pécs
2005 Skulptur 05, Os, Norway
Sculpture for the Duna-Dráva Cement Co, Beremend
Participated in the “Yesemek Bienal”, Turkey
2007 Sculpture Prize of the International Art Symposium, Dubai, UAE
International Arts Festival, Büyükçekmece, Turkey
2008 “River Valley Sculpture Project”, Yeongwol, South Korea
2009 Excellencia Publication Prize, University of Pécs, for the sculpture “Light Catcher X”
International Land Art Symposium, Noszfaj (with my students)
Land Art Symposium, Tolcsva (with my students)
III. Lake Velence Symposium (with my students)
2010 IV. Lake Velence Symposium (with my students)
2011 Invited Artist, Ljubljana Festival
International Symposium, Lazarea, Rumania
V. Lake Velence symposium (with my students)
2012 Awarded the Knight's Cross of the Hungarian Order of Merit
International Land Art Symposium, Noszvaj
2013 Decanus Emeritus, University of Pécs
Excllencia Publication Prize, University of Pécs

 

 

 

Solo Exhibitions

1978 Salford City Art Gallery
1979 Lincolnshire & Humberside Arts Gallery, Hull
1980 St, James Gallery, Bath
1983 Festival Gallery, Bath (and public sites in the city)
1987 Dombóvár Galéria, Dombóvár,
British Council, Budapest
1988 Gádor Andor Arts Centre, Nagyatád,
Romanesque Church, Mánfa
1989 Kisgaléria, Pécs
Sólyom László Arts Centre, Lenti
1991 Arts Centre, Szentes, (with István Böszöményi)
Somogy County Museum, Kaposvár
1992 Kossuth Film Theatre and Gallery, Mohács
1993 Stadthalle, Wernau, Germany (with Csaba Jávorka)
Kaposfüredi Galéria, Kaposfüred
1994 International English Centre, Pécs
1995-6 “Made in Hungary” Part I, Csontváry Múzeum, Pécs
1996 “Made in Hungary” Part II, Parti Galéria, Pécs
1997 University of Pécs (with Ferenc Lantos)
Elderenbos Galéria, Salföld
1998 Visuaalinen Keskus, Oulu, Finland (with Géza Ferenc Varga)
1999 Dráva Múzeum, Barcs
Pro Puu Galleria, Lahti, Finland (with Matinlauri and Varga)
2000 Pécsi Galéria, Pécs

Selected Group Exhibitions

1976 “New Contemporaries”, International Arts Centre, London
1977 Manchester Academy, City Art Gallery, Manchester
“Foster, Gregory, Hitchins”, University of Liverpool
“Northern Young Contemporaries”, Whitworth Gallery, Manchester
“Six Sculptors”, Trent Polytechnic
1978 “Sculpture at Tatton Park”, Tatton Park, Cheshire
1982 “Sculpture in the Park”, Park Gallery, Cheltenham
1983 “Sculpture in the Garden”, Oxford County Museum
1985 “Sculpture in the Landscape Garden”, Probus Gardens, Truro
VII. International Cleveland Drawing Biennale (Prize)
1986 “The Y.S.P. Collection”, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
“Carving and Construction”, Oriel 31, Newport
1987 VIII. International Cleveland Drawing Biennale
1988 II. Wood Sculpture Triennale, Nagyatád
1989 XI. Small Sculpture Biennale, Pécs
Kunstmesse, Basel
Graphic Workshop of Pécs. Kisgaléria, Pécs
1990 “Syntaxe 90”, Tuchfabrik, Trier
VI. International Drawing and Graphics Biennale, Tuzla
I. Biennale of Sculptors’ Drawings”, Budapest
„VII. Dunántuli Tárlat” Somogy Megyei Múzeum, Kaposvár
1991 XII. Small Sculpture Biennale, Pécs
1993 “The Lenti Collection”, Budapest Congress Centre
“The Border Symposium”, Parti Galéria, Pécs
“The Border Symposium”, Gallery Cyprian Majornik, Bratislava
Pécsi Galéria, curated by István Hajdú
1994 “The Lenti Collection” Landava Castle
1995 Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
XXIII, Premio Internazionale di Grafica del Pomero, Rho, Milano
“Situation” Kunsthalle, Budapest
XIV. Small Sculpture Biennale, Pécs (Prize)
VII. International Drawing Biennale, Tuzla
1996 “Collettiva Internazionale di Grafica”, Galleria D’Art La Viscontea, Rho, Milano
“Instead of Snow”, Konstens Hus, Lulea
IV. International Sculptors’ Drawings Biennale, Budapest
Siklós Salon, Siklós castle (Prize)
“The End of the Millennium”, Pécsi Galéria, Pécs
1997 “Metamorphosis”, Saint Stephen’s Art Centre, Székesfehérvár
Csók István Galéria. Budapest
Hungarian Salon ’97, Kunsthalle, Budapsest
XV. Small Sculpture Biennale, Pécs
Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
Siklós Salon, Budapest Congress Centre
“Fetishes and Idols”, Jazz Galéria, Budapest
1998 “Instead of Snow”, Norbottens Museum, Lulea
“Past Prize Winners”, Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
“Szo-Bor”, Genauer Galéria, Pécs
“Cities for Peace”, Parti Galéria, Pécs
VI. Wood Sculpture Exhibition, Nagyatád (Prize)
1999 Hungarian Institute, Prague
Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
“Sculpture, painting, wine, food”, Kisgaléria, Pécs
“New World, Old World, Common Ground”, Budapest Galéria
“My Work”, Jazz Galéria, Budapest
“Outdoor Sculpture” Hódmezővásárhely
2000 “Pécs 2000”, Pécsi Galéria
Contemporary Art Gallery, Tatabanya
Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
VII. Wood Sculpture Exhibition, Nagyatád
ART MA, Dunaszerdahely
“Sculpture”, Lambert Palace, Mór
2001 “Sculpture from Here and Beyond”, Kunsthalle, Budapest
XVII. Small Sculpture Biennale, Pécs
Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
“Artists from Pécs”, Touring to Porec, Osijek and Zagreb
“Pécs Artists”, Hungarian Association of Fine & Applied Arts, Budapest
Siklós Salon, House of the Arts, Szekszárd
“Artists from Baranya”, Arts Centre, Hajdúszaboszló
2002 I. Pannon Exhibition, Vaszary Galéria, Kaposvár
Synagogue, Zalaegerszeg
“Artists from Pécs”, Copenhagen and Stockholm
“Artists from Pécs”, Galeria Piano Nobile, Krakow
Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
25th Jubilee exhibition, Pécsi Galéria
Galerie am Domhof, Zwickau
2003 “Communiqué”, Vigadó Galéria, Budapest
“Colin Foster and his Students”, Kisgaléria, Pécs
Contemporary Arts Gallery, Tatabanya
Town Gallery, Szigetszentmiklós
Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
Benedictine Cloisters, Tihány
“Outdoor Sculpture” Tettye Ruins, Pécs
“Metal Sculptures”, Croatian Theatre, Pécs
“Meeting”, Vaszary Galéria, Kaposvár
International Museum of Contemporary Art, Yeongwol
“Artists from Pécs and Baranya, National Theatre, Budapest
2004 “Artists from Pécs and Baranya”, Arad, Timisoira and Cluj
“Outdoor Sculpture” Tettye Ruins, Pécs
“Colour in Sculpture” Slovakia (touring)
House of the Arts, Szekszárd
Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
VI. Exposition des Sculptures Monumentale”, Montjean sur Loire
2005 Siklós Salon, Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna
XIX Small Plastics Biennale, Pécs
Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle (Grand Prize for Sculpture)
“Outdoor Sculpture”, Tettye Ruins, Pécs
House of the Arts, Eger
Kőbányai Pataky Gallery, Budapest
“Balanced Dialogue”, Grounds for Sculpture, Trenton, USA
Siklós Salon, Hungarian Institute, Bucharest
2006 Hungarian Institute, Moscow
Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
“Mediterranean Greetings”, Galerie mesta Plzne, Pilsen
“15/5 - Gébart International Workshop”, Gönczi Galéria, Zalaegerszeg
2007 Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
2007-2008 Arad Biennale (touring Rumania, Hungary, Croatia, Czech Republic and Austria)
2008 Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
2009 Arad Biennale, Arad, Rumania
“Land Art”, Synagogue Gallery, Eger
Siklós Salon. Siklós Castle
2010 “Fresh Air”, Miskolc Galéria, Miskolc
“Land Art 10”, D-udvar Galéria, Budapest
Meeting Point, Pécsi Galéria, Pécs
Meeting Point, Kamazata Gallery, Osijek
Siklós Salon, Pécsi Galéria, Pécs
“Sculptors’ Drawings”, Youth Centre Gallery, Pécs
“Sculpture?” Nádor Galéria, Pécs
2011 The Lake Velence Symposium, University of Kaposvár and the KB Gallery, Kaposvár
GébArt 20, Göcseji Museum, Zalaegerszeg
Siklós Salon, Siklós Castle
14th International Arts Colony, Knights’ Hall, Križanke, Ljubljana
2011 Korkép, Lazarea, Rumania
2012"International Lake Velence Symposium", MMIK Medium Galéria, Szombathely
"Profesori Umjetničke Akademije Pečuh, Kazamata Galerije, Osijek
"Nature Art IV", the cave dwellings, Noszvaj
2013 SiklósiSzalon, Siklós Castle
"GeometriaésFiguralitás" M21 Gallery, Pécs

 

 

 

Public Sculptures

1977 “Untitled” Clayton Brook Village, Lancashire, England. Bronze and concrete
1985 “The Boat II”, Villány Sculpture Park, Hungary. Zuhánya limestone
1986 “Das Boot IV”, Bremen, Germany. Ibbenbüren sandstone
1987 “Quarry-cart fountain”, Nagyharsány, Hungary. Zuhánya limestone
“Uomo” Budduso, Italy. Granite
1988 “Wooden Boat”, Junior school, Lenti, Hungary. Oak “Angel”, Sports Hall, Lenti, Hungary. Oak
1989 “Bathers”, Nyaamfa, Burkino Faso. Granite, living tree, sand
“Icarus”, Digne les Bains, France. Carrara marble
“Fuji Window” Fujimi, Japan. Andersite
1991 “Wächter auf dem Vilkan”, Mayen, Germany. Basalt lava
1993 “Trinity“, Lendava, Slovenia. Andersite
1999 “Angel XXIX, Home and Tea”, Wijk aan Zee, Holland. Mild and cast Steel
2000 “Odysseus”, Zalaagerszeg, Hungary. Lipica limestone
2001 “Angel XXXVII”, La Norma, France. Savoy marble
“Angel XXXVIII”, Villány, Hungary. Lipica limestone, Nagyharsány limestone, water
2003 “Thing VIII”, Gimcheon, Korea. White granite
2004 “Thing XII” Ventspils, Latvia. Granite boulder
“Village” Montjean sur Loire, France. Chateaupanne limestone
2005 “Light Catcher IV”, Beremend, Hungary. Beremend limestone
2007 “Light Catcher VII”, Burj Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Syrian limestone
“Light Catcher VIII”, Büyükçekmece, Istanbul, Turkey. Marble
2008 “Light Catcher IX”, Yeongwol, Korea. Granite
2011 “Light Catcher XII”, Lázár Palace, Lazarea, Rumania. Marble

Public Collections

Central Lancashire Development Corporation, Preston, England
Rufford Sculpture Collection, Nottinghamshire County Council, England
Cleveland County Museum, Middlesborough, England
International Sculpture Park, Villány, Hungary
Nagyharsány Village Council, Hungary
Bremen City Council, Germany
Centro Culturale, Buddusso, Italy
Creative Park Gallery, Fujimi, Japan
Ministrie a la Culture, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Lenti Town Council, Hungary
Somogy County Museum, Kaposvár, Hungary
Wernau Town Council, Germany
Gébart Sculpture Park, Zalaegerszeg, Hungary
Nagyatád Museum, Hungary
Villány Town Council, Hungary
Musée d’art Contemporain, Digne les Bains, France
Stichtung Beeldenpark, Wijk aan Zee, Holland
Fundación C. Amuchastegui Luque, Córdoba, Argentina
Mairie de Villarodin, France
Städtische Museen, Zwickau, Germany
Gönczi Ferenc ÁMK, Zalaegerszeg, Hungary
International Museum of Contemporary Art, Yeongwol, Korea
City Cultural Park, Gimcheon, Korea
Ventspils Town Council, Latvia
Montjean sur Loire, France
Municipality of Gaziantep, Turkey
Emaar Properties PJSC, Dubai, UAE
Municipality of Büyükçekmece, Istanbul, Turkey
Yeongwol Municipality, South Korea
Ljubljana Festival Art Collection, Slovenia
Lázár Palace, Lazarea, Rumania
University of Bath, England
Farkaskő Cave Art Association, Noszvaj, Hungary

 

 

Teaching experience and conference presentations:

1979 onwards Visiting lecturer at numerous U.K. art schools and universities
1989 Guest teacher, Europäische Akademie für Bildende Kunst, Trier, Germany
1990 Guest teacher, Europäische Akademie für Bildende Kunst, Trier, Germany
1991 Guest teacher, Liminka School of Art, Finland
1993 Guest teacher, University of Oulu, Finland
1997 Part-time teacher, teaching stone sculpture, University of Pécs
1998 Guest teacher, International Summer School, University of Lapland
1999 Guest teacher, International Summer School, University of Lapland
2000 Assistant Professor, University of Pécs, Hungary
2001 Guest Teacher at the Northern Media Centre, Oulu, Finland
2002 Associate Professor, University of Pécs
2004 Head of Department of Sculpture, University of Pécs
Presentation to the Symposia Society, Győr
2005 Guest teacher, University of Lapland, Finland
Lecture “On other Space in Lapland”, University of Lapland
“The Future of the Arts in the University of Pécs” Association of Hungarian Sculptors conference, Kunsthalle, Budapest
Dean of the Faculty of Music and Visual Arts, University of Pécs
2005-10 External consultant for the interdisciplinary project “Voluntas Polaris” in the doctoral schools of the University of Lapland
2006 Appointed as Professor in Sculpture, University of Pécs
Presentation at the “Spaces of Emancipation” conference, University of Lapland
“Art as Research”, Hungarian Symposia Society conference, Olaszliszka
2007 Land, Site and Place”, Politics of Aesthetics Conference, University of Lapland
2009 Presentation on Hungarian Higher Art Education at the conference “Then and Now”, Kunsthalle, Budapest
“Fine Art and Tourism”, lecture at the National Symposium Meeting, Velence
Opening speech at the exhibition of Teemu Mäki, “Sex and Work”, University of Lapland
2010 Guest Lecturer in the lecture series for the Hungarian Academy of Science celebrations, Nyíregyháza College

Civic and professional functions:

1986 Member of the Hungarian Arts Fund
1997 Member of the Hungarian Association of Sculptors
2002 Founder Chairman of the Pécs-Baranya Artists’ Association
2006 Member of the Hungarian Accreditation Board for Higher Education in the Arts
2009 Appointed as founder-chairman of the newly-formed Regional Working Group for the Arts, of the Hungarian Academy of Science
2010 Elected to the Executive Board of the European Council of Artists

Selected Publications (my authorship):

1986
Catalogue to the Colin Foster exhibition at the British Council, Budapest. Pécs 1986
“Sculpture Symposium” A report on the 1986 Villány International Sculpture Symposium. AN Publications, Sunderland, December 1986. p. 14-15
1987
“An International Sculpture Circuit” AN Publications, Sunderland, October 1987. p. 29
1988
“Art and Revolution” Art Monthly, London. April 1988. p.18
“Symposia” AN Publications, Sunderland. April 1988 p.18-20
“Villány 1986-88. Co-editor. Baranyai Alkotótelepek, Siklós 1988
1989
“Contrasting Symposia” AN Publications, Sunderland November 1989 p.27
Catalogue to Colin Foster exhibition at the Kisgaléria, Pécs
1992
“Across Europe” Ed. David Butler. “Hungary” AN Publications, Sunderland 1992 p.75-8
1995
“Made in Hungary” Colin Foster Sculptures 1985-95. Catalogue for the exhibition at the Csontváry Museum, Pécs (catalogue essay by Tamás Aknai)
1998
„Mohácsi András Kiállítása” 1998/3. ECHO p.34-5
1999
„Rezsonya Katalin szobrai” ECHO 99/6 p. 25-6
„Kötéltánc(?), Vida Judit kiállítása” 1999/4-5 ECHO . p.22-3.
2001
„Baglyas Erika diploma-kiállítása”. 2001/1. ECHO p. 33-4
2003
„Bocz Gyula halála után”, 2004 dec. 5-6. szám. ECHO p.14-5
2004
„Új tendencia a magyar szobrászatban” ECHO 2004/5-6. p.34-35
„Colin Foster előadása, Győr, 2003. november 07.” Symposion. 2004 p. 16-18
Magyar Szobrász Társaság Konferencia, Műcsarnok, Budapest „A PTE Művészeti Kar jövője” (publikált Műcsarnok kiadványban)
2005
„Borders – Physical and Mental Constrainers/Containers” in: Rajoilla, Lapland University Press, 2005, p. 203-210
Contemporary Art, Pécs. Alexandra Publishing, Pécs, (English translation)
2007
Forward to Kärt Summatavet’s book „Handicraft fo Job” Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Talinn 2007. p.5
2010
Introduction to the Public Art project published in „21 Párbeszéd” Faculty of Music and Visual Arts, University of Pécs, 2010. p-6-7
2011
„Experimental Landscape” Colin Foster concept and editing. Doctoral School of the Faculty of Music and Visual Arts, University of Pécs. 2011
2013
Forward to the „Műhely Workshop" publication. Doctoral School of the Faculty of Music and Visual Arts, University of Pécs. p. 6-7, 28, 29-31, 182, 187-89, 191, 196, 197

 

 

Selected Criticisms, catalogues and articles about my work

1978
„Tatton Park Sculpture” National Trust. (exhibition catalogue)
1983
Catalogue to Colin Foster exhibition at the Festival Gallery, Bath
„Sculpture in the Garden” Oxford County Museum Services, 1983 p.4 (exhibition catalogue)
1985
„Hungarian Sculpture Symposium” AN Publications, Sunderland, December 1985. p. 10
7th Cleveland International Drawing Biennale. Cleveland County Museum. 1985. p. 49 (exhibition catalogue)
„Villány 1984-65” Baranyai Aaékotótelepek, Siklós 1985. (symposium catalogue)
„A szimozionok haszna” Garami Lászl. Magyar Hírek XXXVIII /19-20 szám 1985 Szept. 21 p. 47-9
1986
„International News” The Boat IV in Bremen, AN Pubpications, Sunderland, December 1986.
p. 12
1987
Eighth International Drawing Biennale, Cleveland County Museum 1987.p.45 (exhibition catalogue)
„Colin Foster Szobrai” Decsi Kiss János.Új Tükör1987 Március 15. p.3
1988
„Hungarian Commission” AN Publications, Sunderland, May 1988. p. 16
„A siklósi „Kavics”” Keserű Katalin. Jelenkor júl.-aug. 1988 p.731-5 and photos
„II. Országos Faszobrászati Kiállítás” Művelödési Ház Nagyatád. 1988. p.10 (exhibition catalogue)
“Das Bildhauersymposion” Wolfgang Hartmann and Werner Pokorny. Verlag Gerd Hatje, Stuttgart 1988. p. 74,129,140, 142
1989
„Baranya Megye Művészei 1989” Pécsi Galéria. (exhibition catalogue)
„Sympo Granit 89”Secrétariat d’Etat á la Culture, Ouagadougou 1989. p.25-9 (Symposium catalogue)
XI. Országos Kisplasztikai Biennálé. Janus Pannonius Museum, Pécs 1989 (exhibition catalogue)
„1984-1989 Graphic Workshop of Pécs” Pécsi Galéria 1989 (exhibition catalogue)
„Sculpture a Ciel Ouvert”. Ville de Dignes-les-Bains, 1989 (symposium catalogue)
1990
”International” Window Piece in Fujimi, Japan. AN Publications, Sunderland, February 1990.
p. 7
„Nába Voltam Afrikában…” Gábor Gerencsér. Zalai Magazin January 10th 1990, p.22-3
The International Biennial Exhibition of Portrait Drawings and Graphics, Tuzla p. 232 (exhibition catalogue)
Fujimi Kogen „Sozo-No-Mori” International Sculpture symposium 1989-90. p 10-11,16-19 (collection catalogue)
„1. országos Szobrászrajz Biennálé” Budatétényi Galéria 1990 p.7, 22 (exhibition catalogue)
„VII. Dunántuli Tárlat” Somogy Megyei Múzeum, Kaposvár 1990. p.13 (exhibition catalogue)
1991
XII. Országos Kisplasztikai Biennálé. Janus Pannonius Museum, Pécs 1991. (exhibition catalogue)
1992
„Lapidea Faszination Stein” Maya Darsceid. Majanum-Verlag 1992 p. 51-57
1993
„Válogatta: Hajdu István”. Pécsi Galéria 1993 (exhibition catalogue)
Internationale Drei Länder Bildhauer Symposium. Vereinigte Sympoien dreier Länder Bratislava. 1993 (symposium catalogue)
„Razstava Mednarodne Likovne Kolonije v Lendavi” Galerija Lendava 1993. p 10-11 (symposium catalogue)
1994
„Jelenlét” Lőrincz Sándor. „Albiontól Palkonyáig”. Kaposvár 1994 p. 104-107
1995
7th International Biennial Exhibition of Portrait Drawings and Graphics, Tuzla. p. 120 (exhibition catalogue)
XIV. Országos Kisplasztikai Biennálé. Janus Pannonius Museum, Pécs 1995. p. 29 (exhibition catalogue)
„Tárlat a Várban” Siklósi Szalon 1995. (exhibition catalogue)
1996
„Tárlat a Várban” Siklósi Szalon 1996. (exhibition catalogue)
1997
„XV. Országos Kisplasztikai Biennálé”, pécs, 1997 Janus Pannonius Museum. (exhibition catalogue)
“Utak és Rejtekutak” Jelenkor. June 1997 p.621-42
„Magyar Szalon ’97” Műcsarnok, Budapest 1997. p.76 (exhibition catalogue)
„Idolok és Bálványok” Magyar Szobrász Társaság 1997. p.33 (exhibition catalogue)
„Tárlat a Várban” Siklósi Szalon 1997 (exhibition catalogue)
1998
„Kiállítás a Vak-hegy alatt avagy a Siklósi Szalon” Balogh Róbert, ECHO 98/4 p. 34-35
„Rendszerváltás a művésztelepi mozgalomban” Symposion 1998/1. p. 4-23
„Nagyatád - Böszöményi-Kovács-Varga tájrendezési programja” Kovács Géza. Symposion 1998/1. p.26-29
„Symposion Lindabrunn 1967-1997” . Grillenberg 1998. p.118-22, 130-31
„Pécsi portrék” Harnóczy Örs, Körtvélyesi László. Tér kiadó, Pécs p.59
„6. Országos Faszobrászati Kiállítás” Művelödési Ház Nagyatád, 1998. p.12 (exhibition catalogue)
1999
„A Kortárs MagyarMűvészeti Lexikon. Fitz Péter. Enciklopédia Kiadó, Budapest 1999. p. 635-6
„Tárlat a Várban 1991-1999 Siklósi Szalon” Angyal Mária. p.36-37 (exhibition catalogue)
„18 Artists Pécs-Baranya” Pécsi Galéria,1999. p.24-28
„Een Zee Van Staal. Beelden Aan Kust” Cultureel Dorp van Europa 199. (event catalogue)
„Tunturi taiteen ja tieteen maisemissa” Timo Jokela. Lapin Yliopistopaino, Rovaniemi 1999 p.104-5
„Old World - New World - Common Ground” Magyar Szobrász Társaság 1999 p.36 (exhibition catalogue)
„Tunturi, taiteen ja tieteen maisemissa”, Timo Jokela, University of Lapland. p. 104-5
2000
„A Tárlat” Pécsi Galéria 2000. p. 16 (exhibition catalogue)
„A Pécsi Domonikánus Ház és Gyűteménye” Sárkány József. Pécsi Kulturális Központ 2000 p. 36-7 (collection catalogue)
„7. Országos Faszobrászati Kiállítás” Művelődési Ház, Nagyatád 2000. (exhibition catalogue)
2001
„GébArt International Art Colony of Zalaegerszeg” Various contributors. (collection catalogue)
„Siklósi Szalon 2001” Angyal Mária. p. 42-3 (exhibition catalogue)
XVII. Országos Kisplastikai Biennálé, 2001 Janus Pannonius Museum (exhibition catalogue)
„Szobrászat Innen és Túl” Műcsarnok, Budapest, 2001. (exhibition catalogue)
„Artists from Pécs” Pučko Otvoreno Učilište Poreč 2001 (exhibition catalogue)
2002:
„A kimondhatatlan mindig igen lényeges, beszélgetés Colin Foster szobrászművészzel” 2002. október, 4-5 szám. ECHO” p.13-16
„I. Pannon Tarlat” Géger Melinda. Vaszary Képtár, Kaposvár. (exhibition catalogue)
Internationales Bildhauersymposium, Zwickau 2002. (symposiumcatalogue)
„Egy Park Szobrokkal – Szoborpark?” Simonffy Szilvia. Új Forrás 2002.8 p.87-92
2003
’Szobrászkatalógus” Fejős Miklós ECHO 2003/2 p.13-15
„Een Zee van Staal” Jaap Velseboer. Wijk aan Zee, Holland 2003 (collection atalogue)
„Tizenegyről – tizenjettőre…” Simonffy Szilvia. Pannon Tükör 2003/1. p.58-61
Pécs-Baranyai Művészek. Nemzeti Színház, Budapest 2003 (exhibition catalogue)
„Partille Skulptur” Partille Konstförening, 2004 (symposium catalogue)
„Baranya képzomuvészei Tihanyban” Lóska Lajos Új Művészet 2003/XI p 37
2005
„Kortárs Művészet, Pécs”. Alexandra Publishing, Pécs, 2005 p.30-31
„Contemporary Art, Pécs”. Alexandra Publishing, Pécs, 2005
XIX: Országos Kisplasztikai Biennále, Pécs, 2005. p.27, 153 (exhibition catalogue)
„International Symposium of Sculpture” Os kulturutvikling 2005 p.9 (symposium catalogue)
„Simpozionul de Scultură” Dumitru Şerban. Editura Universităţii de Vest, Timişoara, 2005. p. 247, 261, 263
2006
„Kép a Képben” Kaiser Ottó, Várkonyi György. Alexandra 2006. p. 34-41
„Gimcheon City 200 Works of Sculpture” Gimcheon, Korea, 2006. p. 65 (collection catalogue)
„Kortárs Művészet Szoborpályázatok 1950-2000” Nagy Ildikó. Képző- és Iparművészeti Lektorátus 2006. p. 324, 499
„Mediterrán Üdvözlet” Pécsi Művészek, Pilzen, Pécsi Galéria 2006. p.14-15 (exhibition catalogue)
2007
„Arad Biennial” Mirador 2007. p.96 (exhibition catalogue)
„Lehetőségek és Perspektívák” Máthé Andrea. Új Művészet szeptember 2007. p.23-7
2008
A Világ Szobrászainak Lexikona” szerk. Fábián Sándor. Magyarkerámia Kft. 2008. p.274
2010
„Modern Magyar Szobrászat 1945-2010” Wehner Tibor. Corvina 2010. p-100-101
„Colin Foster” and „A Néző. De ki ez a Colin Foster?” Kupé Jan.-Feb.2010
2012
A Kő talán marad. Magyar Narancs XXIV Év. 22 szám p39-40. 31st May 2012
My Pécs. Interview with Réka Varga. Time Out, Pécs. Summer 20122 Issue no. 24. p. 42
Colin Foster szobrász és Pécs. Interview with Jusztina Rádóczy. In Gondolat-jel. Kossuth Radio, Budapest. July 15th 2012
2013
„Vidéki, világpolgár, Brit és Magyar. Colin Foster szobrászművész portréja" Kertész László. Magyar Napló 2013 Július p. 13, 22-25, 27, 28, 54, 60, 64

 

 

2005/1 "Light Catcher II" Sűttő Limestone. 65 x 82 x 41cm.

Private collection, Pécs

2005/2 "Light Catcher III" Plaster and breeze-block. 20 x 200 x 200 cm (9 pieces, variable)

My collection

Exhibited: "Balanced Dialogue", Grounds for Sculpture, Trenton USA (2005)

 

2005/3 "Light catcher IV" Labrador granite. 100 x 130 x 130cm.

Private collection, Os, Norway

2005/4 "Light Catcher V" Beremend limestone. 178 x 750 x 460 (three pieces).

Collection of Duna-Dráva Cement, Beremend

 

 

2005/5 "Light Catcher VI" Basalt. 183 x 105 x 108.

Collection of Municipality of Gaziántep, Turkey

 

 

2006/1 "Light Catcher VII" Syrian limestone. 65 x 110 x 530cm (three pieces).

Collection of Emaar Propertiees, Dubai

 

 

2006/2 "Light Catcher VIII" Marmura marble. 86 x 1125 x 560cm (four pieces).

Municipality of Büyükçecmece, Turkey

 

 

2007/1 "Light Catcher IX" Plaster and breeze-block. 16 x 150 150cm (six pieces)

My collection

Exhibited: Arad Biennial - Arad, Pécs, Osijek, Pilsen, Plöchen (2007-8)

 

 

2008/1 "Light Catcher X" Granite. 143 x 520 x 520cm (four pieces).

Collection of the Municipality of Yeongwol, South Korea

 

2009/1 "Light Catcher XI" Plaster and breeze-block 20 x 120 x 20cm (three pieces, variable).

My collection

Exhibited: Arad Biennial - Arad, Pécs, Osijek, Pilsen (2009-10)

 

2010/1 "Light Catcher XII" Plaster and breeze-block. 20 x 100 x 160cm (six pieces, variable)

My collection

 

2011/1 "Where Three Stones Meet" Oil on canvas. 180 x 120cm.

Collection of Ljubljana Festival

 

2011/2 "Where Four Stones Meet" Oil on canvas. 180 x 120cm.

Collection of Ljubljana Festival

 

2011/3 "Light Catcher XIII" Marble. 40 x 280 x 220cm (six pieces).

Collection of Lázár Palace, Gyergyőszárhegy, Romania

 

2011/4 "Where Five Stones Meet" Oil on canvas. 70 x 50cm

My collection

2011/5 "Where Six Stones Meet" Oil on canvas. 70 x 50cm

My collection

2011/6 "Where Seven Stones Meet" Oil on canvas. 70 x 50cm.

My collection

 

2012/2 "Light Catcher XVI" Breezeblock and epoxy resin. 128 x 105 x 21cm.

My collection

light catcher

 

2012/3 Fibreglass breezeblock and paint. 67 x 256 x 20cm

My collection


 Light Catcher XVII

 

 

2012/5 Tufa, wood, bread and wine. C. 30 x 340 x 130 (variable)

Collection: Noszvaji Barlang Művésztelep Egyesület


The Last Supper

 

 

 

2012/14 Light Catcher XIX. Breeze block, resin and mild steel.

278 x 61 x 41cm. My collection

Light Catcher XIX.


 

 


 

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