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The International Ceramics Studio produces high quality catalogues for many of our exhibitions. In addition we also produce a series of folders each year featuring leading and upcoming Hungarian ceramists and selected international artists. The folders also feature our annual symposium exhibitions.
Follow the links below to view and download pdf versions of our printed material. More will be added in the future.
During this unprecedented time we have continued with our exhibition programme, and recently we have been recording them as 360° virtual tours. More will be added soon.
Photos of our exhibitions are posted on our Facebook page.
Kápolna Galéria Ceramic Exhibitions
6000 Kecskemét, Kápolna u.13.
Opening: Thursday, 18th of May 2023 at 5pm
Opening by: Eszter Szabó graphic artist.
The bestiary is a medieval animal book, natural history writing or didactic poetry book that describes the characteristics of real and imaginary animals with allegorical explanations. Selected from the collection of the International Ceramics Studio, the exhibition presents its own "Bestiary" through the perspectives and interpretations of contemporary artists.
Exhibition open: 1-5pm on weekdays until 9th June 2023
Opening: Thursday, 27th of April, 2023, 5 pm
Opening by: Dr. Dániel Lovas, President of the Hungarian Community of Journalists
Tamás Kis makes his works from metal castings, aluminium and bronze. His creations are inspired by the forms of the industrial world and are characterised by a geometric way of thinking. One of his interests is astrophysical sciences, the invisible and unexplainable phenomena of the universe.
Exhibition open: 1-5pm weekdays until 12th of May, 2023.
Opening: 27 April 2023, Thursday 16:00
Opening by: by Erika Sütő, Manager of the International Ceramics Studio
"Design creates utility, self-expression and joy, and reflects both culture and the individual creator. My work focuses on form, exploring metaphors of permanence and change through the manipulation of method and materials such as scagliola, plaster, glass, glaze, wood and cardboard." - Margeaux Claude, USA.
Exhibition open: 1-5pm weekdays until 12th of May, 2023. in the Little Chapel Gallery.
Exhibition opening time: Wednesday, 5th of April 2023 at 5pm
Opening by: Ágnes Urbán art historian, Secretary-General of Association of Hungarian Artists and Craftsmen.
Exhibition open 1-5pm on weekdays until 21st April 2023.
Opening: 16 March, 2023 at 17.00
Opened by ceramic artists Kontor Enikő and Csávás-Ruzicska Tünde.
Welcome by: Sütő Erika, International Ceramic Studio manager.
Exhibition catalogues and leaflets
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM - 36 pages
FATŰZ MOST - WOODFIRE NOW
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM - 34 pages
ALLATFIGURAK / ANIMALS
QUOTES - Pécs exhibition, 28 pages
NKS DESIGN GROUP
MASTERPIECES - Paris exhibition
360 Virtual Exhibitions
9D - KONTOR ENIKŐ
Exhibition of new works
ROM - RUIN
Babos Pálma Exhibition
New works exhibition
Recent works added to the collection
INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS SYMPOSIUM
2020 Symposium exhibition
ÖSVÉNY - PATH
Zakar József exhibition
Articles in the Press
A SPECIAL PLACE
by Debra Sloan (Canada)
A LIFE CHANGING EXPERIENCE
by Craig Underhill (UK)
A RESIDENT'S DIARY
by John Tuckwell (Australia)
BASEMENT OF TREASURES
byTim Martin (UK)
by Beatrijs van Rheeden (Dutch language)
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