Creativity and aesthetics provide valuable impulses for our business, our clients and the society as a whole. That is why we actively support contemporary art. We engage in promoting young, talented artists who embrace innovative approaches in their work. We also offer them exhibition opportunities within our offices.
We cooperate with university staff and students of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design while planning our exhibitions.
We have recently launched our Innovation in Art Exhibition Series. The Innovation in Art initiative support young talents exhibiting their work, and also aims to stimulate inspiring dialogues between corporate managers and contemporary visual artists in the spirit of innovation and creativity.
Kitti Gosztola, nominee of the prestigious Essl Art Award, was the first artist to exhibit her Labours of the Months cycle at Innotica Group's Budapest offices. The medieval Book of Hours inspired the artist. The cycle contains 12 paintings, each representing typical landscapes of each month. The paintings address several conventional themes of history of art, integrating kitschy landscape elements with a great sense of humor. The exhibition was also special because of the wide variety of technical solutions and innovative approaches, used by the artist.