This is the 8th edition of the Budapest Jewelry Week (BJW), organized in collaboration with SYDA—Studio of Young Designers Association. The event will take place between 12 and 18 September 2022 and aims to promote contemporary jewelry, giving the opportunity to Hungarian and foreign artists to present their latest
Hana Karim’s passion for ceramics comes from the fact that she grew up in an artist family: his father is a painter and colorist, and her mother’s a ceramist, as well. Although she used to rebel against family patterns, Hana, who originally graduated as an art teacher, was
Inclusive, traditionalist, ironic and self-reflexive—MOME students approached the social issues of our time and the current questions of space and object design with different attitudes. Can elderly people and toddlers share common spaces? Can we see dressing up as a game? Can a piece of cleaning equipment be collectible
An illusory necklace, a brooch resembling wire fences, and a duck head in solid gold—including these and other unusual pieces are on display at the “IDOL” exhibition at Budapest Jewelry Week. The show, which runs until September 12, features work by some of the world’s best-known jewelry designers
The office building on Bláthy Ottó Street and its surroundings are “the Mecca of Jewelers”—this is where the designers who launched their own jewelry brand make a pilgrimage: everything from gems to gift boxes is available here, and most of the work processes take place within these walls. Mortal
Experimentalist attitude, bravery, humility. This is how we can describe jewelry designers Eszter Anna Balázs, Judit Jeney and Eszter Seres the best, who showcased their works to the audience of Art Jewelry Night in the framework of a special exhibition a few weeks ago. We realized it already then and
A weboldal sütiket (cookie-kat) használ, hogy biztonságos böngészés mellett a legjobb felhasználói élményt nyújtsa.