- 13 Apr 2017 8:00 AM
She was rewarded with Ferenczy Noémi Award for her artistic work as a porcelain artist and sculptor.
Featuring an installation with a unique design, this exhibition presents her sacral artworks created in the period between 1991 and 2015. Interestingly enough, in the scope of earlier Budapest Spring Festivals, Pesti Vigadó’s Gallery already hosted exhibitions by Teréz Borza: in 1996 under the title Spring Festivities and in 2003 under the title Rebirth.
Public collections featuring her artworks include:
Auckland Museum (New Zealand): Collection of Contemporary Art
Museum of Applied Arts (Budapest): Ceramics Collection
Institute of Ceramic Art (Castelli, Italy): Collection of Contemporary Art
Museum of Islamic Ceramics (Cairo, Egypt): Collection of Contemporary Art
Porvoo (Finland): Collection of Contemporary Art
Rippl-Rónai Museum (Kaposvár, Hungary): Ceramics Collection
Tokyo City (Japan): Tokitsu Junior High School
Porcelain Museum (Riga, Latvia)
Gallery of Szombathely (Szombathely, Hungary): Collection of Contemporary Art
Artworks erected at public places in Hungary:
Sculpture entitled Lights of Dawn from Carrara marble in the Budapest-based Gesztenyés Kert, next to MOM Cultural Centre, unveiled in 2012
Sculpture entitled Core from Sutto limestone in the Budapest-based Park of University Students, next to one of the campuses of Eötvös Loránd University, unveiled in 2014
Memorial monument in Sopron entitled The Lights of 1956 will Shine Forever commemorating the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, unveiled in 2016
Exhibitions in museums and galleries in Hungary:
Budapest, Gödöllő, Pécs, Kecskemét, Kaposvár, Szeged, Hódmezővásárhely, Győr, Vác and Mindszent; and in other countries: Dunajská Streda (Slovakia), Austria, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Finland, Latvia, Scotland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Egypt, USA, Japan, Canada and New Zealand.
Ended on 30 April
Ticket price: 800 HUF
Venue: Pesti Vigadó
Address: 1051 Budapest, Vigadó tér 2.