design without borders
14.madeinhungary + 07.MeeD

31.05.2019 - 23.06. Új Budapest Galéria (1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 11-12.) Opening: 30.05 18:00

Main sponsors:

CIG Pannónia biztosító
BUDAPEST
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The exhibition is part of the Budapest summer festival and the night of museums, and it is  also a member of the hungarian festival alliance and EFFE (Europe for Festival, Festival for Europe)

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2019-PHOTO: JUHÁSZ G TAMÁS, VILLÁNYI CSABA

EXHIBITORS

Academy of Fine Arts and Design
Agata Kulik-Pomorska, Paweł Pomorski
Ana Fonseca, Brimet Silva
Andreea Batros and Flavia Scînteanu
Andrei Fenyo, Florina Lungu
Anezka Podzemska, Dana Elsterova
Anna Maislinger, Michael Schwab
Balázs Viola
Bergovecz László
Bloch Gábor
Budapest Metropolitan Egyetem
Csíkszentmihályi Réka
Dánfalvi Ildikó
David Bielander
Devecsei Mónika
Edu Tarin
Éric Jourdan
Eugeni Quitllet
Filip Mirbauer
Giovanni Minelli, Marco Fossati
Grzegorz Niwiński, Jerzy Porębski
Ioana Ardelean
Irene Maria Ganser
Iwona Kosicka
Izabela Sroka and Julia Cybis
Jan Kochański 2019
Jánosi András, Dobrovitz István
Jermakov Katalin
Jorge Pensi
Juhos Lehel
Juliette Même
Kanics Márta
Katharina Mischer & Thomas Traxler
Kele Sára
Klemens Schillinger
Kollár Ágnes
Leonardo Talarico
Lisa Stolz
Lőrincz V Gabi
Losonczy Orsolya
LSFDA
Lucie Koldová
Manuela Busetti,Andrea Garuti, Matteo Redaelli
Manuela Rigon, Chiara Zuliani
Márföldi Dóra
Marta Costa Reis
Martin Hirth
Martino d’Esposito, Alexandre Gaillard
Moholy-Nagy Művészeti Egyetem, BudapesT
Molnár Viktória
Natalia Jerzak
Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance
Pájer Emília
Pécsi Tudományegyetem – Műszaki és Informatikai Kar
Petr Vogel
Ramon Esteve
Regős Anna
Rémi Bouhaniche
René Šulce
Roberto Rota
Ronan Bouroullec – Erwan Bouroullec
Roskó Mária
Ruttka Andrea
Silvia Weidenbach
Sonja Bischur
SOPRONI EGYETEM Simonyi Károly Műszaki Alkalmazott Művészeti Intézet
Söptei Eszter
Szabó Zsuzsi
Tengely Nóra
Thibault Dussex & Yann Mathys
Tony Grilo
Tóth Dominika
Varga Gergő
Vető Márta
VSVU Studio of Art Design
VSVU Studio of Fiber Art
VSVU Studio of Glass
VSVU Studio of Industrial Design
VSVU Studio of Interior Design
VSVU Studio of Textile Design
VSVU Studio S+M+L_XL – METAL AND JEWEL
Zátonyi Lili, Kovács Bianka Krisztina

DESIGN WITHOUT BORDERS

14. madeinhungary + 7. MeeD
An exhibition of works by Austrian, Czech, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Spanish and Swiss designers Venue: New Budapest Gallery (Bálna), 1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 11–12. Date: 30 May – 23 June 2019
Open daily except Mondays, from 10 am to 6 pm.

Opening celebration of the exhibition and presentation of the Design Without Borders Award on 30 May, 2019, beginning at 6 pm.

Opening speech will be delivered by Clemens Dus, designaustria – Experts Cluster Sustainability Design.

The Design Without Borders Awards will be presented by
Lucie Orbók, director of the Czech Center Budapest, president of EUNIC Hungary and
Zoltán Busa, CEO of CIG Pannonia First Hungarian General Insurance Ltd.

Our hostess for the evening is Nóra Teszári, television moderator and anchor-woman.

Professional day: between 11 am – 2 pm on 31.05.2019.

The exhibition is part of the Budapest Summer Festival and the Night of Museums, and it is also a member of the Hungarian Festival Alliance and EFFE (Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe).

For the fourteenth time, textile designer Szilvia Szigeti and interior designer Tamás Radnóti are organizing the Design Without Borders, 14. madeinhungary + 7. MeeD (Meeting of European and Central European Designers) exhibition, gathering and program series, one of the most important design events in the region. For the first time, the event is being organized as an international festival and as part of the Hungarian Festival Alliance and EFFE (Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe).
The selection includes works by more than 100 designers from twelve different countries.
Alongside mass produced products there will also be pieces manufactured in small quantities and unique creations which interpret genres freely.It is the explicit intention of the curators to present the variety and refreshing innovativeness of the area, so in addition to objects created in light of current trends, pieces which reflect individual ways of seeing will also be included. Among objects created by young and middle generation designers there will be numerous works which have won their creators Hungarian and international awards, such as the A’ Design Award and Competition, Blick Fang, German Design Award, Czech Grand Design Award, the IF Design Award, the Hungarian Design Award, make me! competition of the Lodz Design Festival, the Red Dot Design Award, and the Swiss Design Award. Design Without Borders places particular emphasis on dialogue and permeability between the various genres. In 2014, compositions by visual artists who create object simulations were included, followed in 2016 and 2017 by works by applied textile designers.

The project entitled Texhibition, which was created by textile designer Szilvia Szigeti, has been running now for four years, and the most recent innovative works will be on display this year too. The creative work of almost twenty textile designers has been done in collaboration with textile manufacturers – Aste upholstery textiles Meritum Kft., CsárdaTex Kft., Lénárd Kft. The goal of the project is to draw attention to a branch of design which previously played a leading role, as well as the artists in this area and the creative potentials inherent in this art.

It will also include, as a continuation of the highly successful presentation of works of jewelry last year, compositions by designer jewelers, with a focus on the Department of Metal and Jewelry at the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen.
Distinguished curators took part in the selection of the jewelry designers: Cornelie Holzach, director of the Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim; Elisabeth Heine, accredited curator of the Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim; Susanne Hammer, jewellery artist; Dan Pierșinaru, the art director of AUTOR Bucharest; collector and art critic Katalin Spengler; the H6 jewelry design team; Night of Jewelry Art Budapest; and the organizers of Design Without Borders.

As a distinctive part of the exhibition, works by students at design schools and universities of art will also be presented, for instance the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava: Studio of Art Design, Studio of Fiber Art, Studio of Glass, Studio of Industrial Design, Studio of Interior Design, Studio S+M+L-XL – Metal and Jewel, Studio of Textile Design; The Institute of Applied Art, Sopron; The Budapest Metropolitan University; The Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design: Design Institute; The University of Pécs, The Faculty of Visual Arts.

As part of the exhibition, we will also present the Design Without Borders Award, which is being presented this year for the third time. The goal of the award is to call attention to the potentials of design and the importance of providing support for art and artists. We would like to thank CIG Pannónia First Hungarian General Insurance Company Ltd. for the generous support it has provided in order to make this award possible.
The jury, which is comprised of renowned experts, assesses the originality of the given works, their innovative solutions, and their importance as works of design.

Zsófia Csomay, holder of the Ybl Award, architect,
Elisabeth Heine, accredited curator of the Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim,
Angéla Komáromi, owner of the Laguna Hometextile Ltd.,
József Zalavári DLA Habil, holder of the Ferenczy Noémi Award, designer, AMI Sopron.

In furniture and object category the two award-winning designers are given brutto 300,000 forints. The award is supported by CIG Pannónia First Hungarian General Insurance Company Ltd.
Studio Malafor (PL)
Blum & Wolf (HU)

In jewellery design category the two award-winning designers are given brutto 100,000 forints. The award is supported by CIG Pannónia First Hungarian General Insurance Company Ltd.
1.Viktor Kováč (SK) student of Academy of Fine Arts an Design, Bratislava – Studio S+M+L-XL – Metal and Jewel,
Professor: Karol Weisslechner,
2. Tata Akhatova – student of Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art of the University of West Bohemia Metal and Jewel , Professor: Peter Vogel.

In textile design category the award-winning designer is given brutto 200,000 forints.
The award is supported by Laguna Hometextile Ltd.
Winner: Ágnes Kollár – Budapesti Metropolitan University, Professor: Mária Doromby
Producer: Lénárd Kft.

As usual, the organizers have placed considerable emphasis on the arrangement of a comprehensive professional expo-day, on which a series of 10-minute-long presentations by the artists and their collaborators will be held, along with lectures on various important international projects.
Venue: New Budapest Gallery (Bálna), 1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 11–12. Time: between 11 am – 2 pm on 31.05.2019.
A detailed program is available on our website under Programs.

The series of programs will be further enriched by productions from other fields of the arts, such as a contemporary dance performance by the Góbi Dance Company as part of the exhibition opening ceremony on 30 May as well as part of the closing ceremony on 22 June as a part of the program of the Night of Museums. The production entitled Object-Space-Dance will bring the objects on display to life.
On June 22, the concert of Zsanett Szatzker harmonica artist and Balázs Kovács trombone artist will be heard.
The organizers of the exhibition will give guided tours on several occasions. A detailed program is available on our website under Programs.

Since 2004, the exhibition has been organized by interior designer Tamás Radnóti and textile designer Szilvia Szigeti. Both Radnóti and Szigeti completed their studies at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, and both were recipients of scholarships at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. Szigeti is currently a member of the supervisory board of the Akademie Schloss Solitude. In the course of their work as designers, they have taken part in many exhibitions in Hungary and abroad, and they have been given numerous awards in recognition of their work in the profession, including the Lajos Kozma Applied Arts Scholarship, the Hungarian Form Design Prize, and the Noémi Ferenczy Prize.
In 1994, they founded the Eventuell Gallery, and in addition to the exhibitions organized at their creative studio, they have also participated in the organization of almost 200 Hungarian and international events (forinstance the Textival textile and fashion shows at the Open Air Theater and the Budapest Kunsthalle and the BútoroSOKK avantgarde exhibition at the Budapest Museum of Applied Arts, at which works by furniture designers were presented). Since 2004, they have organized madeinhungary, which focuses on works by Hungarian designers, and since 2012, they have organized the MeeD exhibitions, which focus on international artists. Over the course of the years, they have worked together with some 4000 designers and artists.

Main sponsors: CIG Pannonia First Hungarian General Insurance Ltd, Budapest City, a Budapest Historical Museum.
Sponsors: Pro Helvetia, National Cultural Fund, EUNIC Budapest, The Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art of the University of West Bohemia, Laguna Lakástextil Nagykereskedés, Timkett Kft.
Sponsors and cooperating partners: German Embassy, Spanish Embassy, Austrian Cultural Forum, Czech Center, Budapest, French Institute, Budapest,
Italian Cultural Institute, Budapest, Polish Institute in Budapest, Camões Institute, Budapest, Romanian Cultural Institute, Budapest,
Cervantes Institute, Budapest, Slovak Institute, Budapest, Aste bútorszövet és lakástextil Meritum Kft., CsárdaTex Kft., Lénárd Kft.

Information:
Szilvia Szigeti, curator and organizer of Design without borders 14. madeinhungary + 7. MeeD exhibition
szilvisziget@gmail.com,
+36 20 567 2727

Press:
Gabriella Rothman,
rothmangabek@gmail.com,
+36 20 33 140 33

PROGRAMS

There are a limited number of seats, so participation is subject to registration.
Registration: szilvisziget@gmail.com
With subject: Participant’s name + Professional Day marking by 16:00 pm 28.05.

Tickets:
Adult ticket: 1.000 Ft / person,
Student, youth ticket: 500 Ft / person

Lecturers (Non-chronological order):
AT Clemens Dus – designaustria – Experts Cluster Sustainability Design
AT Sonja Bischur
AT Lukas Klingsbichel
AT Lisa Stolz
CH Winfried Schneider
CZ Helena Dařbujánová
CZ Filip Mirbauer
CZ Anežka Podzemská
D Elisabeth Heine, Schmuckmuseum, Pforzheim
FR Rémi Bouhaniche
IT Giovanni Minelli
IT Roberto Rota
IT Leonardo Talarico
PL Iwona Kosicka
PL Izabela Sroka
PT Ana Fonseca, Brimet Silva
RO Ioana Ardelean
RO Florina Lungu
SK VSVU The Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava:
Beáta Gerbócová
Viktor Kováč
Šimon Galanský
HU László Bergovecz
HU H6 Jewellery Design Group (ÉÉÉB)
HU Gabi V. Lőrincz
HU LUMOCONCEPT – András Jánosi
HU Mária Roskó
HU Szilvia Szigeti
HU Nóra Tengely

Szilvia Szigeti textile designer and Tamás Radnóti interior designer, the curators of the exhibition. (In Hungarian, if required also in English)

A well-made image or design does not only support the communication about an important social issue, it can also multiply its effect. The poster making workshop on 13th June from 4 pm. is organised by the team of Not targets, who are experts in graphic design, social inequalities and civil communication campaigns. During the interactive event, the participants will be able to watch the organisation’s 360 degree video, Not my Lover with VR glasses.

Szilvia Szigeti textile designer and Tamás Radnóti interior designer, the curators of the exhibition. (In Hungarian, if required also in English)

Szilvia Szigeti textile designer and Tamás Radnóti interior designer, the curators of the exhibition. (In Hungarian, if required also in English)

18.00 ArmoniCorpus – Concert by Zsanett Szatzker accordion artist and Balázs Kovács trombone artist
Program: J.S.Bach: Sonata BWV1031. I., II. movement;
G. Bantschikov: Sonata No. 1.;
G.F.Händel: Oboe Concerto No.3. I., IV. movement;
Zarándy Ákos: Cosmic Dust Journey (premiere);
F.Angelis: Interieur
Organizers have the right to change the program

Szilvia Szigeti textile designer and Tamás Radnóti interior designer, the curators of the exhibition. (In Hungarian, if required also in English)

Rita Góbi Company:
Object-Space-Dance Dance Performance
Choreography: Góbi Rita, Music: Szegő Dávid, costume: Marie Gourdain (FR), Choreographer assistant: Sinthavong Zsófia, production assistant: Maros Liliána, creative producer: Bakk Ágnes Karolina

Dancers: Rebeka Anna Frank , Viktória Jambrovics, Flóra Lévay, Zsófia Sinthavong, Ildikó Szeles, Viktória Sz. Takács.

Szilvia Szigeti textile designer and Tamás Radnóti interior designer, the curators of the exhibition. (In Hungarian, if required also in English)

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