Kádár, Béla Budapest, 1877 - 1956, Budapest
Following a trip to Munich and Paris in 1896 he took up his studies in the Pattern Drawing School. He worked in the Szolnok artists colony in 1911 under a scholarship. He showed together with Hugó Scheiber in Vienna in 1921 and two years later his works were already being shown at the most important exhibition venue of German Expressionism, the Sturm Galler of Berlin. Upon his solo debut Herwarth Walden invited him to participate in a number of group exhibitions, a 1928 United States debut, along with other artists of the German Expressionist movement. He was a member of KUT and UME.
Bibliography: Hevesy, Iván: Kádár Béla, (Uj Művészet, 2), Budapest, Amicus, 1922. o Herwarth Walden: Az Uj Festőművészet. Expresszionizmus, Budapest, Amicus, 1924. o Kádár, Béla: Dies Irae. Huszonnégy tollrajz, Budapest, Anonymus, 1945. o Bela Kadar, (exhibition: München, Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer, 1966), München, GWK, 1966. o Kádár Béla, A papír két oldala, ed. Bakonyi Péter, Budapest, INTERART, 1991. o Melanie Fisher: Heritage, Modernity and the Image of the Horse in the Art of Béla Kádár, Acta Historiae Artium (Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae), Budapest, Akadémiai, 1990-1992, 35/1-2, 63-76. o Melanie Fisher: Painter Béla Kádár. Modernist and Romantic, Pittsburgh, Dorrance, 1999. o N. Mészáros Júlia: Kádár Béla. A modern magyar rajzművészet mestere, Győr, Piros Sándor, 2001. o Gergely Mariann: Kádár Béla, Budapest, Mű-Terem Galéria, 2002.
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