The International Ceramics Studio organise exhibitions in our Kápolna Gallery as well as touring exhibitions from our collection.
We produce high quality catalogues for many of our exhibitions and a series of folders each year featuring leading and upcoming Hungarian ceramists and selected international artists. The folders also feature our annual symposium exhibitions.
From 2022 we produce yearbooks featuring all of our events and exhibitions.
Follow the links below to view and download pdf versions of our printed material. More will be added in the future.
Photos of our exhibitions are posted on our Facebook page.
Kápolna Galéria Exhibitions and events
In September, the Kecskemét Contemporary Art Studios Nonprofit Ltd. will pay tribute to the work, spirit and legacy of János Probstner, the founder and former director of the International Ceramics Studio, with a memorial exhibition. János Probstner passed away last year, he would have been 80 years old this year.
The exhibition will include graphics, paintings, ceramics and models of his public works, as well as a history of his most important work, the International Ceramics Studio itself.
Opening: Thursday, 14th of September 2023 at 5pm
Welcome speech: Erika Sütő manager of the International Ceramics Studio.
Opening by: György Kerényi, Pro Urbe-díjas kecskeméti polgár.
Music by: Majorka07.
Exhibition opening times: between 10am - 6pm, Monday to Saturday, until 7th October 2023 at the Kápolna Gallery.
Opening: Thursday 24 August, 2023 at 17.00
Opening by: Radics Jakab Zsombor, Journalist
Exhibition open: Monday - Saturday until 9th September, 2023, between 10.00 - 18.00
Exhibiting artists: Ailincai Arina (CA-RO), Akio Takamori (JP), Audrius Janusonis (LT),
Bozsogi Ágnes (HU), Catherine Evill (GB), Claire Curneen (IE), Fekete László (HU),
Juliette Goddard (GB), Inguna Skuja (LT), Margarethe Seifert (DE), Michael Flynn (IE),
Orbán Katalin (HU), Schrammel Imre (HU), Színvai Pál (HU), Szmrecsányi Boldizsár (HU),
Veres Miklós (HU)
Yearbooks and online catalogs
These catalogues are online flipbooks and can be downloaded as pdf files.
360 Virtual Exhibitions
We have been recording some of our exhibitions virtually and you can visit them here. Click on the link and the gallery will open for you to move around. We hope you enjoy them.
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