In addition to her airy, translucent porcelain sculptures, the exhibition of the life’s work of Noémi Ferenczy Award-winning porcelain artist and sculptor Teréz Borza (1953) also includes her rustic dipped paper works and models of her public sculptures made of time-resistant stone - Carrara marble, Indian granite, and Süttő limestone. The artist’s works, created from a variety of materials, capture the phenomenon of light, transparency, in a plastic way, and in close connection with this, they offer transcendental layers of meaning. The inspiration for her works (Budding, Blooming, Rebirth) is often drawn from the forms found in nature and their ceaseless renewal.
Curator: Dóra Dekovics, art historian
In the picture: Teréz Borza: Budding, 2006; patterned, layered porcelain (photo of the artist)