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Welcome to the Frequenzen Symposium 2016 in Veszprem, Hungary

The Symposium 2016 of the EAG Frequenzen e.V. has begun in Veszprem, Hungary

on Saturday, September 24 and will take place until October 2.

We wish fun and success to all the participant artists.

The this year’s Symposium has been organized by Zoltan Debreczeny (more…)

Frequenzen-Symposium 2015 Fluch—t

Our last Symposium in Neumarkt a.d.Raab in Austria is over. We were a small group this time,  the participating 7 artists came from 6 different European nations. We worked a lot, in a very concentrated manner, and the result is  interesting as usual. We treated the subject “escape”. Our location is situated near the Hungarian and the Slovenian borders and during our symposium many fugitives from Syria have been arrived, trying to go to Vienna. The item was very hot and really felt by the Frequenzen members.

You can follow the Frequenzen-Blog  here. There are photos from the art works, portraits of the participating artists and many details.


The artists:

Zoltan Debreczeny from Hungary, painter

Jean-Pierre Dupont from France, painter

Charles Gatt from Malta, painter

Heiner Hofmann from Germany, painter

Sabine Meyer from Germany, photographer

Michel Schmid from Switzerland, sculptor

Harald Thaler  from Italy, sculptor

and as special guest

Gabor Szabo from Hungary, sculptor


powered by Project Spielart

Our special greetings go out to Kristina Kanaan, Tobias Krug, Maxs Felinfer, Patricia Vena, Gilles BrunRobert Engl, Vincenzo Lopardo, Alejandro Schmitt, Carmen Garcia Gordillo,Irene Hallmann-Strauss, Janos Mìklas Kadar and Hans Verduijn, who couldn’t come due to personal reasons.




Symposium 2011 Fresh Air

6.May 2011-12.May 2011 Public work symposium in the St.Paul’s bay, Malta

The works were exhibited at La Valletta, German-Maltese Circle, Messina Palace


Zoltan Debreczeny

Born in 1952 in Veszprem
Selft-taught and graduate of the Institute of Engineers City Council in Veszprem
Exhibitions in Hungary, Germany, Austria, Italy.