Katalin Raffaine Hajik

Katalin Raffaine Hajik was born in 1949 Born in Szentes, Hungary and moved to Janoshalma, Hungary in 1950. She worked as a salesgirl and manager for 12 years. A self-taught artist, she began her artistic career in 1989 under the influence of naïve painter Viktoria Kiss Czene.

Solo Exhibitions

1992 Naïve Art Museum, Kecskemet, Hungary

1993 Muvelodesi Kozpont, Janoshalma, Hungary

1994 Ujlipotvarosi Pince Gallery, Budapest

1994 Aranyhordo Etterem, Budapest

1997 Kozossegek Haza, Kiskunhalas, Hungary

1998 Varosi Konyvtar, Janoshalma, Hungary

1998 IPOSZ CEH Gallery, Szentendre, Hungary

1999 Korhaz Gallery, Kiskunhalas, Hungary

Kozponti Gyakorlo es Loterparancsnoksag, Varpalota, Hungary

Semmelweis Korhaz, Kiskunhalas, Hungary

2001 Helia Hotel, Budapest

2001 Muvelodesi Kozpont, Janoshalma, Hungary

2001 Muvelodesi Haz, Keleshalom, Hungary

2004 Sissi Eterem Gallery, Budapest

2004 Tiszti Club, Varpalota, Hungary

2004 Gazdakor-Szureti Napok, Janoshalma, Hungary

 

Group Exhibitions

1992 Museum of Hungarian Naïve Art, Kecskemet, Hungary

Altalanos Muvelodesi Kozpont, Kiskunhalas, Hungary

AMK, Kiskunhalas, Hungary

1993 Bonneville, France

La Roche sor Foron, France

Kulturinnov, Budapest

Rozsa Gallery, Budapest

Amator Kepzomuveszeti Kiallitas, Szolnok, Hungary

1994 Megyei Muvelodesi Kozpont, Gyor, Hungary

Lille, France

XXXX, Paris

Egnus Gallery, Budapest

Lord Major Gallery, Budapest

Muveszetek Haza, Skeszard, Hungary

1995 Fovarosi Muvelodesi Haz, Budapest

XXXX, Stuttgart, Germany

Hungarian College, XXXX, Austria

27 NATO Bazar, Brussels

Galeria Budatetenyi, Budapest

Kossuth Klub, Budapest

Kulturinnov, Budapest

OTP Bank Gallery, Budapest

Pesti Vigado, Budapest

Vajdahunyad Vara, Budapest

1996 Ujpest Gallery, Budapest

Altalanos Muvelodesi Kozpont, Kunszentmiklos, Hungary

Altalanos Muvelodesi Kozpont, Csaszartoltes, Hungary

Naïve Museum, Kecskemet, Hungary

AMK, Kunszentmiklos, Hungary

1997 Kempinski Gallery, Budapest

XXXX, Prague

Kempinsky Gallery, Budapest

Honvedsegi Klub, Veszprem, Hungary

1998 Ujpest Gallery, Budapest

Duna Museum, Esztergom, Hungary

Gardony Gallery, Gardony, Hungary

Padlas Gallery, Balatonalmadi, Hungary

Logodi Studio, Budapest

Logodi Studio, Budapest

Ujlipotvarosi Pince Gallery, Budapest

Helikon Kastelymuzeum, Kesthely, Hungary

1999 Var Vendeglo, Szigliget, Hungary

Honvedsegi Klub, Veszprem, Hungary

Szenttamas, Yugoslavia

Helia Hotel, Budapest

2000 Ujpest Gallery, Budapest

Vajdahunyad vara, Budapest

Erdei Ferenc Muvelodesi Haz, Kecskemet, Hungary

Honvedsegi Klub, Veszprem, Hungary

Erdei Ferenc Muvelodesi Otthon, Kecskemet, Hungary

Honved Kaszino Kulturalis Egyesulet, Janoshalma, Hungary

2001 Honved Kaszino Kulturalis Egyesulet, Janoshalma, Hungary

Muveszetek Volgye, Kapolcs, Hungary

Muvelodesi Kozpont, Bacsalmas, Hungary

Dunataj Honved Kaszino, Baja, Hungary

Kongresszusi Kozpont, Hungary

2002 Magyarok Haza, Budapest

Lovas Vilagnapok, Kecskemet, Hungary

2003 Erdei Ferenc Muvelodesi Haz, Kecskemet, Hungary

Miskolc, Hungary

Nagyatad, Hungary

2004 Honved Kaszino Kulturalis Egyesulet, Janoshalma, Hungary

2005 “Shades of Contrasting Cultures”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

“A Rhapsody of Color”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

 

 

Bibliography

The Wild Flowers of Naïve Art”, Pal Banszky, 1997, Kecskemet, Hungary