Mome Alumni jewellery exhibition at Romanian Design Week

Date: 2022.05.24
The MOME Alumni Jewellery exhibition was organised in collaboration between the Liszt Institute – Hungarian Cultural Centre Bucharest and the MOME Design Institute at the exhibition spaces of the Institute and formed part of the Design Go section of the Romanian Design Week.

Curated by jewellery designer Orsolya Kecskés, the exhibition provides a comprehensive overview of the works created by designers graduating from MOME in the past 20 years, featuring items by MOME alumni many of whom have become well-known designers and teachers. It is available for viewing until 27 May in Bucharest, and has been opened by Dan Piersinaru. He is a visual artist and the founder of the 10-year-old AUTOR festival, one of the most important contemporary jewellery festivals, which also has its own magazine.  

The RDW Design Go is a satellite event series of the Romanian Design Week festival, where visitors can participate in workshops, visit exhibitions, trace their own design routes in the city, discover city quarters and places, and draw inspiration. The theme of this year’s event is #forward, underlining the importance of creative industries in designing a future centred around sustainability.

The list of exhibitors: 
Miklós István Laufer, Nóra Tengely, Balázs Bajcsi-Nagy, Zoltán Tóth, Anna Börcsök, Kinga Huber, Fruzsina Zalavári, Fanni Vékony, Marcell Égi, Fruzsi Fekete, Zsófia Neuzer, Réka Lőrincz, Veronika Fazekas, Regina Kaintz, Krisztián Ádám, Krisztina Stomfai, László Marosi, Noémi Gera, Eszter Sára Kocsor, Attila Norbert Dávid, Kinga Horányi, Fanni Király, Zsófia Gizella Bíró, Orsolya Kecskés, Gergő Varga, Katalin Jermakov, Dóra Rea Kövér 

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