Zsuzsa Mathe

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Zsuzsa Máthé (born May 4, 1964) is a Hungarian artist.

It was at the age of 18, in 1983, when her first own exhibit opened, entitled The First Exhibit of Transrealism

By the age of 21 she extensively visited most countries in Europe, from communist Russia to the UK where she obtained qualifications to be able to start up one of the first privately owned English language schools of Budapest.[citation needed]


- The First Exhibition of Transrealism—April 1984, Cultural Center Kada, Budapest, Hungary

- The Gates of Within and Beyond—November, 1984, Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, Hungary

- Withdrawn Promises -- February 1985 Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, Hungary

- Exchange Group (Exchange-series Philosophical ArtForwardAcademy) March 1–8. 1985. - Young Artists Club, Budapest, [1][2]

- La Malade Imaginaire -- April 1987 Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, Hungary

- Georges Cziffra pianist master course, joint exhibit, Keszthely, June, 1987 - Castle Festetics

- Shipwreck -- November, 1987, Cultural Center Mayakovskij, Budapest, Hungary,

- World Art Expo 2009, June, 2009 Orange County, CA, USA (honorable mention)

- Retrospect Gallery DunaPart, WestEnd City Center, Budapest, June, 2009

- Joint exhibit at the Grand Salon des Arts Gallery, Laguna Bearch, USA, August - October, 2009

- Joint exhibit on the XX. Biennial of Humour and Satire, Museum of Humour and Satire, Gabrovo, Bulgaria, May - September, 2011. representing Hungary


Zsuzsa Mathe is one the modern painters of the New Wave internationally. Her arts had been exhibited in Budapest, Hungary and various galleries around Israel.

Her works are often considered as a pre-runner to the Goth subculture so popular today. New Romantic (1984), The Entry of Sedah (1986), Sailor and Madonna (1986) , Wo bist du? (1987) are some of the most characteristic works of this genre.[citation needed]


  • Tájoló, (April 9–15, 1987, KISZ Budapesti Universitas Bizottsága p5.)
  • Emotion: New Psychosocial Perspectives Edited by Shelley Day-Sclater, David Jones, Heather Price and Candida Yates, Palgrave-Macmillan 2009, cover image [3]