Marko Vrzgula (born 24 February 1966, Košice, Slovakia) is a Slovak painter and organiser of exhibitions and symposiums for painters.
He is one of the founding members of the link The Blue Pears [Modré Hrušky] (1988).
Vrzgula is the author of the concept of the gallery GUBA (2004) as competently as its manager. GUBA comprises nine individual venues altogether – amounting to approximately 2 400 m² of exhibition area. GUBA is an authentic space of contemporary architecture where the exhibited artworks communicate taking into account people and the mood in their unspecified reality. More than 50 Slovak and Czech artists have held long-term exhibitions of their works here.
Since 2004 Vrzgula is a freelance artist. He lives and works in Bratislava and in the village of Lúčky – near Ružomberok, located in the Liptov region.
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