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April Issue 2005

The Gallery at Carillon in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Janos Eneydi

The Gallery at Carillon in Uptown Charlotte, NC, announces an exhibition entitled, Janos Eneydi: Made in America, on view through June 11, 2005.

Enyedi's body of sculptural assemblages and prints, brings to life a former steelplant that is representative of industrial facilities that have been a part of America's skyline for the last 150 years. Enyedi was inspired not only by the way the now-abandoned building and structures look, but also by their history, by what they represent: entrepreneurial vision, innovation, social progress and the endurance of thethousands of people who worked there.

Enyedi received a Bachelor of of Fine Arts Degreee from Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC, and attended graduate school at Ohio University, Athens, OH. His work is included in collections such as the AFL-CIO Headquarters, Washington, DC; Philip Morris Companies, New York, New York and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, Geneva, Switzerland. He maintains a studio in Mason Neck, VA.

For further info check our NC Institutional Gallery listings or call Christie Taylor, Hodges Taylor Gallery, Coordinator of Exhibitions, The Gallery at Carillon at 704/334-3799.

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