The show has its roots in the exhibition entitled Contemporary Hungarian Furniture Collection, which was organized annually by design critic Rita Mária Halasi between 2000 and 2003 in Budapest.
This year the event will take place between the 31st March and 7th May, including The exhibition entitled Design Without Borders.
The exhibition consists of madeinhungary, and MeeD – Meeting of European and Central European Designers, which is being held now for the fifth time.
As one of the most dynamically developing event series of the region, the exhibition Design Without Borders presents nearly 100 designers from 11 countries and includes guided tours and several additional events.
The show, which is being coordinated and organized by textile designer Szilvia Szigeti and interior designer Tamás Radnóti, will present objects and collections created by independently working Czech, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Slovak and Swedish furniture, textile, industrial and interior designers.
We cannot forget the Texhibition, a project initiated by textile designer Szilvia Szigeti (Eventuell Gallery), in collaboration with textile manufacturers Aste Upholstery Material and Home Textile -Meritum Kft, Csárda-Tex Kft, Lénárd Zászlókészítő Kft, Rovitex Hungária Kft, is a display of the creative work of almost twenty textile designers. The goal of the project is to draw attention to a branch of design which previously played a leading role in the field, as well as the artists in this area and the creative potentials inherent in this art.
The event also includes 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.
Besides that, 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.The organizers of the exhibition, together with journalists and artists participating in the exhibition, will give guided tours on several occasions.
The organizers of the exhibition, together with journalists and artists participating in the exhibition, will give guided tours on several occasions.
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