Jewellery design alumni success

Date: 2022.04.13
Items by two MOME alumni were selected for inclusion in the collection of Schmuckmuseum (Jewellery Museum) in Pforzheim in March: A brooch from Szilvia Rémiás’ BODY LIGHT jewellery collection won the 'Art Jewellery by Young Talents at the Museum' competition, while Nóra Tengely’s ‘TWO’ brooch was purchased by the museum directly.

The 'Art Jewellery by Young Talents at the Museum’ competition has been organised by the International Society of Friends of Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim (ISSP) since 1998, to promote the introduction and presentation of the works of young emerging designers breaking with conventional forms. The work of the winner of the sponsorship award is bought and donated to the modern collection by the society of friends of the museum.

In addition to help advance the career of young designers, the goal is also to secure new, unusual, extraordinary or even “wilder” jewellery to the museum’s collection.

Szilvia Rémiás’ jewellery designs literally put the spotlight on the human body, while also accentuating their own structure. The BODY LIGHT collection is focused on light, combining structure, form and technical experimentation, and showing off its mechanism of action and incorporating it into a jewellery.

Nóra Tengely’s brooch ‘TWO’ was purchased by the museum directly after the competition.

The works were nominated for the competition based on recommendation by head of MOME Jewellery Design and Metalwork MA Flóra Vági. Congratulations to the winners!

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