Alpar Doczy debuts on the streets of London

Date: 26 September - 9 October
Time: 08:46
Venue:  Street gathering/exhibition
Waterloo Station, Platform 14, London, SE1 8SW

Alpar Doczy is an emerging Hungarian contemporary artist who has recently released some of his best-known artworks as Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs). He is the first ever Hungarian artist to bring his artworks to the streets of London on digital screens.

There will be two locations across London where his art will be periodically rotated around for two weeks starting from 26th September till 9th October. These locations are Waterloo Station and Shoredich. Clicking on the link will take you to the locations.

The artist’s message is threefold:

  • To bring Hungary and Central Europe closer to London, the capital of modern art.
  • To highlight some of the environmental issues we face today.
  • To support the new digital art revolution, the NFTs.

On 30 September, Alpar's artworks will be on view for a fixed period of two hours. A giant digital screen filled with his paintings and motion paintings. QR codes will be attached to each picture to allow the audience to interact with the artworks.

To celebrate this event, a street gathering/exhibition is being organised at the Tottenham Court Road Location. You are kindly invited to take part in this event.

Location: Waterloo Station, Platform 14, London, SE1 8SW, United Kingdom

Date: 30/09/2021, between 4 pm – 6 pm

Alpar Doczy: Spraying Saints, Concert Set, 2008

Alpar Doczy: Spraying Saints, Concert Set, 2008