The Budapest-based artist Árpád Forgó embodies the summit of the Hungarian Neo-Avant Garde movement with his kinetic shaped canvases that embrace European abstraction and measured geometric methods. Forgó creates his expertly proportioned, minimalist work by stretching painted canvas across wooden structures that employ the concept of "illusory drift" by challenging our senses with the compositional contrast of lines and space, while still maintaining playfulness and variability.