Exhibition Program 2018

08.11.2018 - 30.11.2018

O R I G Ó
New ceramic works by Márta Nagy.

My work has always been characterized by the fact that I wanted to formulate the most abstract ways of thinking about life in a personal story. This is not the case anymore. I feel like I'm in my new era of life. At the intersection of external and internal events, I'm on the boundary.
I would like to tell all this at the exhibition with an installation work for a sensible, sensual audience.

Márta will present her work at the opening.
Opening: Thursday, 8th of November 2018 at 18.00.
It can be seen until November 30, 2018.

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16.10.2018 - 31.10.2018
TESTS OF FIRE
enamel works by Hevisi Éva

Ferenczy Prize winner
Opening on October 16, 2018 (Tuesday), 17.00
Exhibition opened by dr. Balázs Feledy, art writer and critic.

"ZOMÁNCRÓL MÁSKÉPP / Enamel a different way" - MEETING
On October 30, 2018 (Tuesday), at 15.00
Introduction: Katalin Hollósy trainer and applied artist, NZA studio director
Conversation with Éva Hévizi, Ferenczy-winning artist and Sulyok Gabriella Munkácsy Award Winning Graphic Artist whose short film about the exhibiting artist and her creations
The exhibition is open until October 31, 2018, Tuesday to Friday from 14:00 to 18:00

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27.09.2018 - 12.10.2018
APPEARING TRADITION
enamel works by
Koszta Zsófia
Opening on September 27, 2018 (Thursday), 17:00

Welcome: László Füzi, managing director of KKMM
The exhibition is opened by: Balázs Feledy, art writer, art critic
oüen until October 12, 2018.

We can be a part of the thought and applied artwork of enamel art while contemplating Zsófia Koszta's artworks. Material - technique - thought conveys the same thing to us: timelessness. It gives life a lifetime by searching and showing the motifs of the old ages. It warns that people of the same culture used the same language - in their depiction, in their speech, in their songs. The essential cohesion was made clear. Thus, they were recognizably distinguishable from other cultures.
This is due to the fact that the creator is also recognizable on the basis of his works of ancient and specially applied ancient motifs of great time.

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05.09.2018 - 21.09.2018
ACÉL GRAFIKÁK (STEEL GRAPHICS)
works by artist Ulrich Gábor

Welcome: László Fuzi, Managing Director of KKMM
Opened by József Gaál, Munkácsy-award winning artist

Exhibition opening on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at 6 pm!

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22.08.2018 - 31.08.2018
L A N D E S C A P E S
Ceramic work by STEVE MATTISON (GB)

The place where your spirit feels most at home may be a physical location that you can return to at any time, or it may be more nostalgic of a home, not attached to a place, but a time from the past that you can only return to by revisiting old memories. It is a longing that’s experienced you walk back over the doorstep that your parents walked over and your grandparents and all the aunts and uncles. It is met when you knock a front door in the street you grew up in and recognize the knock from your childhood. It is being able to know that no matter where you travel - home is always where you left it.

Exhibition opening Wednesday 22nd August, 2018 at 6 pm

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05.06.2018 - 27.06.2018
V I S S Z A T E K I N T É S ( R E T R O S P EC T I O N )
exhibition by ceramic artist LÁSZLÓ SZALAI

"Regular and irregular, whole and fragmented, intact and damaged, new and old, natural and artificial. In many cases, it is extremely difficult to draw the line between them, as it is not possible to perform a class of values between classical and romantic views. Szalai does not answer, though this decision (not choice) is more of a romantic mind. To rule, it signals. But he goes beyond this point and releases the already tacitured, possessed form-apparently. Artist until blood. "
- József Sárkány

Exhibition opens Thursday, 5th July, 2018 at 18.00

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8 - 29 March, 2018
WOODFIRE NOW

In recent years, wood firing has seen a renaissance in Hungary and abroad, largely thanks to the global effects of the new craft movement. Reflecting these tendencies, we would like to present the most popular Hungarian artists using the technique in this group exhibition.

List of exhibitors: Péter Kemény, Júlia Néma, Ábel Lakatos, Enikő Kontor, Tünde Ruzicska, Ádám Szabó Csaba, Steve Mattison, Bence Boleman

Opening Thursday 8th March, 6pm

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12 - 27 April, 2018
MASTERS AND STUDENTS

This exhibition was first shown as part of the Kecskemét Spring Festival at Kápolna Gallery. In view of the great success of the exhibition, we decided to show the exhibition at Museion in Budapest.

What raises objects of ceramic to art? What can be transmitted and learned in this craft? What is the students thanks to his master? In our exhibition, the greats, exemplars, masters and former students of Hungarian contemporary silicate arts are presented together. In the exhibition, we present nine outstanding Hungarian artists. The invited masters selected the work of one of their pupils: György Fusz - Enikő Kontor, Szilvia Haber - Dorottya Vértessy, Éva Kádasi - Júlia Néma, Péter Kemény - Ágnes Nagy-György, Gabriella Kuzsel - Edina Andrási, Márta Nagy - Tímea Lantos, Antal Pázmándi - József Simon Zsolt , János Polyák - Zsófia Bánó, László Szalai - Zsuzsanna L. Molnár.

Opening: Thursday, April 12th at 6pm!

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3 - 31 May
BLACK SPOT
Varga Dóra glass artist

The returning motif of Dóra Varga's art is the interconnection of the various art fields and the representation of the processes - whether narrative or about capturing musical motifs. The focus of the Black Spot exhibition is the material reflecting pollution and natural processes representating the relationship between motion picture and sculpture. Her glass works are often made up of video compositions in addition to or as documentation for each composition, enabling recording of the timeliness of the work. The glass sculptures, which are also provided with dimensions of extended reality, projected visual and musical elements, are transformed into multimedia installation elements.

Opening Thursday 3rd May, 2018 at 18.00

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7 - 29 June, 2018
BUDÁN MIKLÓS


5 - 27 July, 2018
STEVE MATTISON


2 - 31 August, 2018
SZALAI LÁSZLÓ


5 - 21 September, 2018
ULRICH GÁBOR


27 September - 12 October, 2018
KOSZTA ZSÓFIA ENAMELS


16 - 31 October, 2018
HÉVIZI ÉVA ENAMELS


8 - 30 November, 2018
NAGY MÁRTA


6 - 14 December, 2018
NEW WORKS FROM THE COLLECTION



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