Rozalia Albert Juhaszne

Rozalia Albert Juhaszne was born in 1928 Born in Transylvania, Csikszentdomokos, Romania. She moved to Szabolcs, Hungary in 1944 and worked as a seamstress from 1961 to 1983. A self-taught artist, she began her artistic career in 1970 and in 1980 was discovered by Dr. Bansky.

Solo Exhibitions

1987 Ady Endre Community Center, Kisvarda, Hungary

1987 Community Center, Baktaloranthaza, Hungary

1989 Community Center, Satoraljaujhely, Hungary

1990 Ady Endre Community Center, Kisvarda, Hungary

Museum of Naïve Art, Kecskemet, Hungary

1991 Community Center, Sarospatak, Hungary

Community Center, Nyirbogdany, Hungary

1992 Ady Endre Community Center, Kisvarda, Hungary

Kindergarden, Gyulahaza, Hungary

1993 Kindergarden, Gyulahaza, Hungary

Elementary School, Dombrad

1996 Kindergarden, Gyulahaza, Hungary

1998 Elementary School, Patroha, Hungary

2001 Ady Endre Community Center, Kisvarda, Hungary

2004 Hospital, Satoraljaujhely, Hungary

Community Center, Dombrad

2005 Community Center, Demecser, Hungary

Community Center, Tornyospaica, Hungary

 

Group Exhibitions

1988 BAV, Budapest

1991 Zemplen Art Weeks, Satoraljaujhely, Hungary

xxxx, Geneva

xxxx, Frankfurt

1993 Csontvary Room, Zilahy Foundation, Budapest

xxxx, Frankfurt

1994 xxxx, Bratislava, Slovakia

xxxx, Yugoslavia

xxxx, xxxx, Japan

1995 Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

National Textbook Publishing House, Budapest

Museum of Agriculture, Budapest

xxxx, Zagreb, Croatia

1996 Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

Hotel Kempinski, Budapest

1998 Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

1999 Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

Ertelmisegi Klub Egyesulet Gallery, Budapest

2000 Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

Ujpest Gallery, Budapest

2001 Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

2002 Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

Community Center, Kisvarda, Hungary

2003 Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

Hotel Beke Radisson, Budapest

Community Center, Kisvarda, Hungary

Creative Community, Zsurk, Hungary

2004 Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

Community Center, Kisvarda, Hungary

Music-Water-Flower Festival, Tata, Hungary

Creative Community, Dombrad, Hungary

2005 Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

Creative Community, Dombrad, Hungary

Csok Gallery, Budapest

2006 Retkozi Museum, Kisvarda, Hungary

Creative Community, Dombrad, Hungary

Creative Community, Tokaj, Hungary

 

Public Collections

Museum of Naïve Art, Kecskemet, Hungary

 

Bibliography

Naïve Art”, Gakken Publisher, 1991, Tokyo