Hungarian born Beáta Veszely works across media consistently exploring the symbiotic relationship between horse and human through new media, performance, drawing and painting. Her new work focuses on the Hungarian sport of horsearchery. For HÁ Veszely exhibits a series of ink drawings of horse portraits on found art magazines, fashion magazines, and daily newspapers. The simple pen drawings encourage a new reading to the existing printed media, whilst simultaneously experimenting with the interpretation of horsearchery in a contemporary cultural context.
The image above is an installtion shot of 'HA' Drawings'; some of which were framed others were not. The various ages and subject matter of the found magazine pages inform the reading of the work.