4th GlasSpring-Hungarian Contemporary Glass Art Exhibition

2022 is the Year of Glass. The international initiative launched by the UN was joined by a great many Hungarian players including KisKép Gallery, the organiser of the 4th GlasSpring Hungarian Contemporary Glass Art Exhibition opening on 4 May and featuring a number of artworks by MOME students.

GlasSpring is a platform for new ideas and experiments, where contemporary artists welcome spring with concepts exquisitely transformed into glass in a large variety of different subjects, genres and styles.   

The 4th GlasSpring exhibition will display works by 7 Object Design students. Five were created by individual artists and two as a result of teamwork at Balázs Telegdi’s late January course. 

In addition to artwork by our Glass BA/MA students, pieces by our instructors will also be featured.   


Individual exhibitors:  

Péter Cserba BA

Melinda Doktor MA

Lili Légrádi BA

Ingrid Válint MA

Tamás Köte BA




Szabolcs Baranyay BA 

Péter Cserba BA

Melinda Doktor MA

Tamás Köte BA 


Regina Kis BA 

Nikolett Révész BA

Levente Varga BA

Anna Szöllősi BA


Exhibiting instructors:   

Péter Borkovics  

James Carcass  

Renáta Dezső  

Gergely Pattantyús  

János Polyák  


Exhibition opening: 4 May 2022 6:00 p.m. 

Venue: Klebelsberg Kultúrkúria, H-1028 Budapest, Templom utca 2-10.  

Opening speech by: Iván Bojár art historian  

Curator: Ágnes Koós, head of Kiskép Gallery  

The exhibition can be visited free of charge. 5-26 May 2022 every day between 10:00 a.m. and 6 p.m.  

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2022.05.04 18:00

Event information

Exhibition opening: 4 May 2022 6:00 p.m.
Venue: Klebelsberg Kultúrkúria, H-1028 Budapest, Templom utca 2-10.

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