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|Nicolas Sarkozy's Father Exhibits Painting of Carla Bruni in Budapest|
The exhibition includes a portrait of French First Lady Carla Bruni. EFE / Endre Friedmann.
BUDAPEST.- Artist and father of French Prime Minister Nicolas Sarkozy, Pal Sarkozy, and publicist Werner Hornung, who have united their artistic creations under the name "Digital Fine Art" based on a mixture of traditional drawings and digital techniques- inaugurated their exhibition titled Out of Mind, 4 hands for 1 creation at Abigail Gallery. The exhibition includes a portrait of French First Lady Carla Bruni. Pal Sarkozy said that the painting was a gift he gave her when she wed his son and the rose in the painting alludes to the openness his sons government has towards Socialists.
Sarkozy elaborates his drawings and then Hornung finishes them in digital form. With this working techinique, both creators contribute a novelty in contemporary art.
Sarkozy and Hornung complement each other to show in this exhibition their personal perceptions of human existence through pictoric speech, critical and investigative as well as transgressive.
The feminine world and daily life are the main themes undertaken in these works of art, even though and without a doubt the star of this show is Carla Bruni. Next stop for this exhibitiom is the select Espace Pierre Cardin in a one-man show.
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