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Suzanne C. Nagy
Suzanne C. Nagy

Suzanne C. Nagy

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  • Suzanne is a very early environmental artist working with 3D epoxy sculptures, light boxes, light panels, canvas art, wood, and rubber sculptures. She also works with acrylic paint on plexy sheets. She loves to change media according to the subject but she also makes videos and photographs. Suzanne C. Nagy is a trained economist therefore her early interest in sustainability became a natural continuity when she ended up at the New York Art League to study painting. Suzanne practically touches all the subjects that relate to pollution and clean energy.

Suzanne Csikos-Nagy (Suzanne C. Nagy) was born in Hungary and is an American film producer, environmental artist, and curator who lives and works in New York City. Her work has been widely exhibited internationally, including The National Museum in Poznan, Ludwig Museum Budapest, Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, Palazzo Guicciardini Bongianni, Art Avenue, New York University, Osprey Foundation Florida, and other institutions.

She moved to the United States in 1978. She has a bachelor‚Äôs degree in Economics from Budapest University. She was a student of professor Istvan Nemesk√ľrty and received a diploma in 1977 as a filmmaker, a film producer, and a film writer. She also studied art at the Art Students League of New York between 1980 and 1982.

Suzanne C. Nagy is president of Gallery Les Looms and Art Haz Gallery, curating fine art and European art. Her mission as an environmental artist is the most important for her, especially to promote the danger Mankind is facing in this turbulent time. Art is a weapon with a force of power that influences us; therefore, her mission is the most serious commitment that she wants to keep for the rest of her life.

Today, Suzanne is internationally acclaimed as one of the first environmental artists who questioned how unchecked pollution threatens our water, soil, and air quality. Her works mix traditional art and technology. They stand as poetic contemplations about the environmental consequences of the industry.

She is married and a member of the Yale Club and The National Arts Club in New York City.