The exhibition will be opened by: sculptor András Mohácsi.

In line with the epidemic situation, in a different way from our traditions, we are waiting for those interested on the basis of prior registration on April 27 from 6 pm to 8 pm. The opening speech: will take place at 6 pm, after which 7-7 people will be able to view the exhibition by guiding the exhibitors by registering in 4 more time zones. Log in to the opening at the link below:
https://doodle.com/poll/if25nh6qyyw2zwsc?utm_source=poll&utm_medium=link

Those interested can follow the event live on our Facebook page.
It can be viewed until 7 May 2021, Monday-Friday from 1 pm to 6 pm, with registration, with an exact date, no later than the day before the planned visit: iroda@fise.hu.

It is mandatory to wear a mask when visiting the exhibition!

Nelli Szabó:
The Pass_age of Time

"When we leave childhood, we slowly get used to the fact that objects are silent. Yet, when a crisis situation develops or there is a personal connection to an object, the object is able to speak, it starts talking to us. But what happens when objects they start telling us dashed stories in strange language.We are always able to listen to the objects?
In Nelli Szabó's works, objects speak to us, but the meanings of speech do not become decodable by a precisely descriptive logical field. Although its objects certainly stand in space, together they are as if they have been highlighted from the events of a dream.
It's crazy, but there's a system in it - that's how Polonius analyzes Hamlet on stage. However, this system is not easy to read, an instant report cannot be compiled from the world of exhibits that can be consumed immediately when diluted with hot water.
Nelli Szabó's exhibition consists of object quotations placed in space.
Window arch and table fragment, digital frame image stretched out like an accordion - objects collide in space at the exhibition. All this is no longer surrealism, there is no umbrella and operating table here. Nelli Szabó speaks with humor about the use of objects and sheds light on the cultural dysfunctions with the commonplaces of object functionality.
In the exhibition we can see material absurdities taken in beautiful, beaten formal poems. Wood, stone, metal, salt - here are the materials of the exhibition. And what is the menu? Hamlet omelette in Kálmán Imre street. Danish design in the orchestration of an operetta - Nelli Szabó's exhibition not only for connoisseurs. "

András Mohácsi, sculptor
Budapest, 17.04.2021.

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According to presentationism, the only real things are existing in the present. Everything what was in the past or what will be in the future is non-existing. I cannot change the past, I can change the present partially and I have a minimal impact to the future. My present is a very narrow window frame or rather a blind window, on which some memories and desires are arranged into a new shape from time to time. The past and the present are a by-product of the human time perception, that helps our orientation. To carry a form from the past into the present equals with the act of remembrance. A fragment of the past that is meant to remind us of the past in the present, so we can say that it’s a romantic endeavour. The old objects function as signs in the present. Signs of the passage of time, they are reminding us that the present soon will become the past and, if we are lucky, our present desires will become our future self.

Exhibition of ceramics and glass students of the Jaschik Álmos Art High School

In line with the epidemic situation, we are waiting for those interested in the opening ceremony on April 13 from 6 pm to 8 pm, differently from our traditions.
The opening speech: will take place at 6 pm, after which 7-7 people will be able to view the exhibition by guiding the exhibitors by registering in 4 more time zones. Log in to the opener at the following link: https://doodle.com/poll/dmeh5f7xqps546ed?utm_source=poll&utm_medium=link
The exhibition is opened by: Opened by: Pintérné Varga Zsuzsanna Head of Institution
The exhibition will continue to be open until April 23, Monday to Friday from 1 to 6 p.m. Check-in after the opening, with an exact date, no later than the day before the planned visit: iroda@fise.hu.
It is MANDATORY to wear a MASK when visiting the exhibition.

The professional trainings in ceramics and glassmaking at the Jaschik Álmos Vocational High School go back several decades. The former vocational training has been transformed into art education for more than a decade. The exhibition provides an insight into the contemporary work of these art courses. We respect and continue the traditions of the profession, but in addition to teaching them, we try to provide insights into domestic and foreign contemporary trends in our subject trainings, giving our students the opportunity to try out the widest possible range of techniques.

The works of current and former students will be on display in the exhibition, as well as students participating in the newly launched first evening glassworker training.
Current teachers:
glass: Eszter Mezősi, Barbara Szőke, Marianna Szilcz
ceramics: Barnabás Máder, Zsófia Szalai, Szilvia Vágó
The invitation features the works of Annamária Hanyu, Máté Kovács and Viktor Kata

At the end of the year 2020, with the support of the Hungarian Academy of Arts, the applied arts collection of the Studio of Young Applied Artists Association was created! There are currently 105 outstanding works by FISE members in the unique collection. In the future, we will make it visible to the general public both at home and abroad!

Gavalda könyvajánló

We have to live in lock-down again, most of us have to stay at home to be safe...
The Assotiation of FISE had to close the gallery either again.

So the member of the management started a small series about good and lovely memories, experiences to help the community stay together.

Daniella recommends her favourite books from Anna Gavalda, Marti tells her cool trip in High-Tatras, and Fazi sends a really good mucis to everyone.
Massive Attack: Protection

SUSTAINABLE - The exhibition of textile designer Ágnes Elek

The exhibition will be opened by: art historian Iván András Bojár,
founder of the 10 million trees environmental community.
The opening will be attended by jazz trombone artist Nóra Varga.

In line with the epidemic situation, in a way that is different from our traditions, we are waiting for those interested on the basis of pre-registration for the opening on March 2 from 5 pm to 7 pm.

The opening speech will be given at 5 pm, after which 8-8 people will be able to view the exhibition by guiding the artist. Login at the link below:
https://doodle.com/poll/nb26ikxxkhxuumtw?utm_source=poll&utm_medium=link
Those interested can follow the event live on our Facebook page.

The exhibition is open until March 19, Monday through Friday from 1 to 6 p.m. Check in with the exact date, no later than the day before the planned visit: iroda@fise.hu.
It is MANDATORY to wear a MASK when visiting the exhibition.

Gallery: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=FISE.art.craft.design&set=a.2...

Which is more sustainable?
Are we making something from biodegradable waste, or are we reinterpreting some raw material that is more difficult to neutralize industrially? The key is to combine recycling and everyday functionality so that the process has the smallest possible ecological footprint.

According to Ágnes Elek's education, she is a textile artist, but basically, we can see furniture and jewellery collections from her, in which textiles appear as a functional, recycled raw material. With the choice of materials, sustainability and the ever-changing fashion are treated in several ways: paper-based jewellery is almost 100% compostable or just recyclable as paper, so it doesn’t burden the environment at the end of its life cycle.

The other group of objects - as a continuation of his previous work called “Spread, Spread My Table” - are furniture made of uniquely designed, durable hardwood on the one hand, and specially made textiles from used bicycle interiors on the other.

ZOOM exhibition – jewellery and built environment
By Kata Lenzser-Mezei and Marcell Egi jewellery design artists

Exhibition is opened by Andras Gyorgy Desi, filmmaker.
Tuesday, 9th February 2021 at 5 - 7 pm.
We can receive a maximum of 8 visitors at a time in the four 30-minute time zone.
The reservation can be made at the following link: https://doodle.com/poll/2hfqmy2qbe4gq2w6?utm_source=poll&utm_medium=link

The exhibition is open until 26th February 2021, from 1pm to 6pm from Monday to Friday.
Booking requests with an exact time, no later than the day before the planned visit, need to be sent to iroda@fise.hu .

MASK is MANDATORY when visiting the exhibition.

The theme of the exhibition, ZOOM, is jewellery and the built environment. What kind of jewellery is inspired by the city’s image, geometry, structure, texture and also how it is valued, how it gives a theme to the background which also has an affect back on the jewellery.

The jewelleries in this new constellation and with a specific background form a new unit, a relief or sculpture. The meaning of jewellery expands. It's not just wearable jewellery, it's about jewellery as a piece of art, an object, an interior design element, a detail of a building. Or an architectural gesture that is reinterpreted in an object, jewellery. The substrate in this case is not the person, but the built environment. Collages and images are created, of which jewellery is an integral part.

New year, new members, new exhibition!

We are open again - but visitors have to tegister on this LINK

You can come and check the exhibition at a non-usual opening on 19th and 20th of January, Ildikó Fazekas and Gabriella Uhl will be there to talk about the artpieces.

Exhibitors:
Diósi Máté, Győrbíró Csenge, Hári István, Komár Sabrina, Labus Lili, Márföldi Dóra, Márton Marianna, Póth Rebeka, Simon Réka, Turzó Kristóf, Vándor Krisztina, Vincze-Bába Gabriella, Wachsler Vica

Please, wear a mask if you come in the gallery!

We had to close the last exhibition very soon after the opening - therefore ask the artists about their works...
At last, but not at least: Gábor Ákos Varga

(interior photos: Gábor Ákos Varga too)

We had to close the last exhibition very soon after the opening - therefore ask the artists about their works...
Second artist: Daniel Kiskéry

You can find more about him and his work on Instagram @kiskery_design

(photo: Gábor Ákos Varga)