December 11 2020 Friday 20:00
The exhibition is part of the Design Without Borders exhibition series.
curators: Szilvia Szigeti Szilvia, Tamás Radnóti
opens: Dr. Kokasné Dr. Palicska Lívia, President of the Hungarian Light Industry Alliance
cooperation: a Góbi Rita Ensemble
finissage: 01 10 2021
Vernissage is available online here:
guest exhibitiors: Cécile Feilchenfeldt (CH), Klára Věntusová (SK), Petra Zelisková (SK)
exhibitors: Viola Balázs, Réka Csíkszentmihályi, Evelin Horváth, Ágnes Kollár, Réka Molnár, Gabi Lőrincz V., Emília Pájer, Anna Regős, Andrea Ruttka, Eszter Söptei, Szilvia Szigeti, Szilvia Vereczkey, Márta Vető
For the fifth times in general and for the fourth time in FUGA Center of Architecture, the selection of Hungarian and foreign textile artists takes place as an independent exhibition. The goal of the TEXHIBITION project initiated by Noémi Ferenczy Award-winner textile designer Szilvia Szigeti is to raise awareness of the formerly leading industry, its designers and the embedded creative opportunities, furthermore, the history of Hungarian textile industry. In the five years of the TEXHIBITION project, nearly 60 textile designers and numerous textile producers have represented themselves. The exhibition offers from year to year a glimpse into home textiles of jacquard, shaft looming, transfer, and digital printing, from different generations and schools of style. In the annual development included 11 designers and the Csárda Tex Kft., the Lénárd Zászlókészítő Kft., the Meritum Kft, and the Aste Bútorszövet és Lakástextil.
Along the textiles of industrial make, unique, designer-made home textiles will be on display too.
The organizers and curators of the exhibition are textile designer Szilvia Szigeti and interior designer Tamás Radnóti. Their distinguishing work is the organizing of the decades-old Design Without Borders exhibition and event series that represents Hungarian and foreign designers. Their goal is to establish a dialogue between disciplines of arts, generations, different countries and regions.
As regards TEXHIBITION, the tradition dictates that along home textiles of Hungarian designers works of foreign designers are also on display. This year, the works of the Paris-based Swiss textile artist Cécile Feilchenfeldt known by her the machine-loomed haute couture textiles and dresses and the works of freshly graduated textile designers Klára Věntusová and Petra Zelisková from the Textile Faculty of the Academy of Fine Art and Design of Bratislava (VŠVU) made by Lénárd Kft are going to be exhibited.
The exhibition offers affiliated programs of partner disciplines of arts, whose details are available on the websites of FUGA Budapest Center of Architecture and the Design Without Borders Exhibition.
Due to the pandemic situation, the organizers of the Design Without Borders exhibition series present the TEXHIBITION project on a separate link.
Szilvia Szigeti textile designer, founding curator of TEXHIBITION and Design Without Borders
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Media inquiry: Gabriella Rothman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 06 20 331 4033
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The exhibition’s online subprograms are available on the following link:
For individual visitors, pre-registration is a must: email@example.com, 06 1 266 2395