There is a ritual. I always get up too early, so I usually watch a classic movie on television. Then I read my e-mail, have a decent breakfast and get going.
I love music. Music is good. We go to a lot of concerts of classical music, for example, to the Kaposvár Chamber Music Festival. We also go to Ádám Fischer’s Haydn – Creation concert every January 1st. Ligeti, Kurtág, Steve Reich and so on....
No real favourites. Right now, I am reading Keith Richard’s autobiography, which is interesting because of all the things he went through.
I have been a member of the Szécheny Academy of Literature and Art, so I often go to the restaurant of the Academy.
Kunstforum, and the Art Magazin published in Hamburg.
Jacket because it is practical.
I can’t think of any in particular.
No, but Kati (the artist’s wife – editor’s note.) is always here.
I have been painting for about 40 years, and there are works that are particularly important for this or that reason, or ones that I like. But all of them are in the right places now.
I talk to a lot of people. I do not miss anyone this way.
It used to be Rauschenberg and the Structuralists. Recently, it has been architecture: the works of Peter Zumthor and Renzo Piano.
It is becoming far too difficult. I would rather not talk about it.
But it would be important to remain Europeans. It would matter a lot.
No. But it happens sometimes that the adventure of experiencing is gone. Then it is better to stop.