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Katalin Raffaine Hajik

Katalin Raffaine Hajik Biography:

1949 Born in Szentes, Hungary
1950 Moved to Janoshalma, Hungary
Worked as a salesgirl and shop manager for 12 years
1989 Began her artistic career under the influence of naïve painter Viktoria Kiss Czene
Self-taught artist


Solo Exhibitions
1992 Naïve Art Museum, Kecskemet, Hungary
1993 Muvelodesi Kozpont, Janoshalma, Hungary
1994 Ujlipotvarosi Pince Gallery, Budapest
1994 Aranyhordo Etterem, Budapest
1997 Kozossegek Haza, Kiskunhalas, Hungary
1998 Varosi Konyvtar, Janoshalma, Hungary
1998 IPOSZ CEH Gallery, Szentendre, Hungary
1999 Korhaz Gallery, Kiskunhalas, Hungary
1999 Kozponti Gyakorlo es Loterparancsnoksag, Varpalota, Hungary
1999 Semmelweis Korhaz, Kiskunhalas, Hungary
2001 Helia Hotel, Budapest
2001 Muvelodesi Kozpont, Janoshalma, Hungary
2001 Muvelodesi Haz, Keleshalom, Hungary
2004 Sissi Eterem Gallery, Budapest
2004 Tiszti Club, Varpalota, Hungary
2004 Gazdakor-Szureti Napok, Janoshalma, Hungary

Group Exhibitions
1992 Museum of Hungarian Naïve Art, Kecskemet, Hungary
1992 Altalanos Muvelodesi Kozpont, Kiskunhalas, Hungary
1992 AMK, Kiskunhalas, Hungary
1993 Bonneville, France
1993 La Roche sor Foron, France
1993 Kulturinnov, Budapest
1993 Rozsa Gallery, Budapest
1993 Amator Kepzomuveszeti Kiallitas, Szolnok, Hungary
1994 Megyei Muvelodesi Kozpont, Gyor, Hungary
1994 Lille, France
1994 Paris
1994 Egnus Gallery, Budapest
1994 Lord Major Gallery, Budapest
1994 Muveszetek Haza, Skeszard, Hungary
1995 Fovarosi Muvelodesi Haz, Budapest
1995 Stuttgart, Germany
1995 Hungarian College, Austria
1995 27 NATO Bazar, Brussels
1995 Galeria Budatetenyi, Budapest
1995 Kossuth Klub, Budapest
1995 Kulturinnov, Budapest
1995 OTP Bank Gallery, Budapest
1995 Pesti Vigado, Budapest
1995 Vajdahunyad Vara, Budapest
1996 Ujpest Gallery, Budapest
1996 Altalanos Muvelodesi Kozpont, Kunszentmiklos, Hungary
1996 Altalanos Muvelodesi Kozpont, Csaszartoltes, Hungary
1996 Naïve Museum, Kecskemet, Hungary
1996 AMK, Kunszentmiklos, Hungary
1997 Kempinski Gallery, Budapest
1997 Prague
1997 Kempinsky Gallery, Budapest
1997 Honvedsegi Klub, Veszprem, Hungary
1998 Ujpest Gallery, Budapest
1998 Duna Museum, Esztergom, Hungary
1998 Gardony Gallery, Gardony, Hungary
1998 Padlas Gallery, Balatonalmadi, Hungary
1998 Logodi Studio, Budapest
1998 Logodi Studio, Budapest
1998 Ujlipotvarosi Pince Gallery, Budapest
1998 Helikon Kastelymuzeum, Kesthely, Hungary
1999 Var Vendeglo, Szigliget, Hungary
1999 Honvedsegi Klub, Veszprem, Hungary
1999 Szenttamas, Yugoslavia
1999 Helia Hotel, Budapest
2000 Ujpest Gallery, Budapest
2000 Vajdahunyad vara, Budapest
2000 Erdei Ferenc Muvelodesi Haz, Kecskemet, Hungary
2000 Honvedsegi Klub, Veszprem, Hungary
2000 Erdei Ferenc Muvelodesi Otthon, Kecskemet, Hungary
2000 Honved Kaszino Kulturalis Egyesulet, Janoshalma, Hungary
2001 Honved Kaszino Kulturalis Egyesulet, Janoshalma, Hungary
2001 Muveszetek Volgye, Kapolcs, Hungary
2001 Muvelodesi Kozpont, Bacsalmas, Hungary
2001 Dunataj Honved Kaszino, Baja, Hungary
2001 Kongresszusi Kozpont, Hungary
2002 Magyarok Haza, Budapest
2002 Lovas Vilagnapok, Kecskemet, Hungary
2003 Erdei Ferenc Muvelodesi Haz, Kecskemet, Hungary
2003 Miskolc, Hungary
2003 Nagyatad, Hungary
2004 Honved Kaszino Kulturalis Egyesulet, Janoshalma, Hungary
2005 “Shades of Contrasting Cultures”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv
2005 “A Rhapsody of Color”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

Bibliography
“The Wild Flowers of Naïve Art”, Pal Banszky, 1997, Kecskemet, Hungary


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