Selected group exhibition at MANK Gallery Szentendre Hungary

Italiano (Italian)

Parent-project: VII International Triennial of Textile Arts Hungary Szombathely 2021
Date: 15th June 2022 – 23 July 2022
Location: Hungary 2000 Szentendre Bogdányi u. 51.

The exhibition will be open from Monday to Friday, July 23, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at MANK Gallery H-2000 Szentendre Bogdányi út 51.Hungary.


The event of the 7th International Triennial of Textile Arts was held last summer in Szombathely, Hungary with the participation of more than 200 pieces of contemporary textile artworks installed on 1500 sq.meters at Szombathely Gallery space.

A selected collection of last year’s scene will be presented on the15th June 2022 at the MANK Gallery in Szentendre Hungary, organized by the Hungarian Creative Arts Nonprofit Ltd. ( MANK Nonprofit Ltd.) and the Cultural Foundation for Textile Arts Hungary.

This exhibition collects 43 artists featuring the theme: FLOW. Works were selected in five genre categories such as tapestry- mural and 3D objects, textile design, miniature textile, ribbon and flag. There were no restrictions for artists using any kind of material or technique. A large scale of alternative inventive works show the diversive aspects of the experimenting creations and present the current tendencies of the contemporary autonomous textile art.

Vernissage of the exhibition will be opened by fashion historian museologist Mrs.Ildikó Simonovics.

Music performance: Mrs.Luca Kézdy jazz musician, violinist, composer, founding member of the Santa Diver Formation Budapest.

The event is hosted by Mrs.Anna Tardy, Managing Director of MANK Creative Arts Nonprofit Ltd.

Curator: Mrs. Orsolya Hideg, designer and textile artist, member of the Board of the Trustees for Cultural Foundation for the Textile Arts in Hungary.


The Organizers:

MANK Hungarian Creative Arts Nonprofit one of the most diverse and versatile organisations within the network of Hungarian cultural institutions.The organisation’s activities and patronage system facilitates a high-standard of contemporary artistic production, while promoting and representing the artists through the demands of the artmarket and the ever-changing professional community. Their primary aim is to support current and future Hungarian artists in all areas of their work. MANK Gallery is the beating heart of the Hungarian contemporary art scene, where the most renowned artists of our time exhibit alongside up-and-coming young creatives of the next generation. With new exhibitions every month, our committment is to constantly showcase the latest, most authentic and exciting talent in contemporary art.

Cultural Foundation for the Textile Arts

The Foundation was established by the Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists in 1991 in Budapest, Hungary. The non-profit organization focuses on caring the heritage of contemporary textile art which is continuously presented by the International Triennials of Textile Arts in every three years in Szombathely Gallery, Hungary since 1972. They focus on serving and preserving the values of hungarian culture, representing and supporting hungarian and universal art, outstanding professional aspirations, as well as the traditions of textile art, supporting the community of artists dedicated to textile arts. The 3D virtual tour of the parent project VII International Triennial of Textile Arts Szombathely 2021: