Fanni Király

Studies:

  • 1994 student of the University of Industrial Arts Helsinki (at Olli Tamminen and Juhani Heikila)
  • 1995:B.A degree Hungarian University of Craft and Design (at Vladimir Péter and A. Bánfalvi)
  • 1997: Master of Arts degree at Hungarian University of Craft and Design (at Zoltán Fülöp)

Prizes:

  • 1994 “Rubik” Scholarship, Finland: University of Industrial Arts Helsinki
  • 1996-1997 “Moholy-Nagy László” Scholarship for designers
  • 1998-1999 “Kozma Lajos” Scholarship for craftsmen
  • 2006 National Cultural Foundation’s Scholarship for creators
  • 2009 VII. Goldsmith  Biennial: Special Prize
  • 2014 National Cultural Foundation’s Scholarship for creators

      Art membership:

  • Studio of Young Artist and Designers (FISE)
  • Society of Hungarian  Artist (MAOE)
  • Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artist (MKISZ)

Objects in Public Collections:

  • Architectonical bed at the Esterhazy Castle , Fertőd
  • Jewellery at Ferenc Hopp Museum of Eastern Asiatic Arts, Budapest

Publication

  • Ágnes Bakonyváry: Contemprorary Goldsmith’s Crafts, Budapest 2000
  • Ibolya Lackó: Applied Arts Exhibition at Kunsthalle, Budapest  2001
  • F. Keszthelyi: Experience and Ideal, Gödöllő 2001
  • K. Katona: From jewellery to plastic, Budapest 2003
  • H. N. Dvoszky: Hungarian applied arts at the turn of the Millenium, Budapest 2003
  • Fanni Király: Catalogue Budapest, 2004
  • K.Katona: Metalsmith Biennal, Budapest 2007
  • Á. Urban: Crafts, Budapest 2008
  • József Vadas. Hungarian Design Award , Budapest 2010
  • Fanni Király. Catalogue  Budapest 2011
  • Japanese ’Rouge at Noir’ Contemporary Hungarian Jewellery, Budapest  2013
  • Designerbooks Ltd: I love You, Design Jewellery and Accessories, Beijing 2014
  • JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair Catalogue,  Barcelona  2014
  • Aukció 2015  Catalog of Autistic Art Aid Auktion , Budapest 2015
  • www.kiralyfanni.com

Independent exhibitions:

  • 1998: “Naftalin” (together with Réka Kund and Edina Seres textil-artist) University of Industrial Arts Helsinki: Galeria Artski, Helsinki, Finland; and Konstfack University of Design Stockholm, Sweden;
  • 2001: Hungarian Sciences and Cultural Institute Helsinki, Finland
  • 2003: Ezüstgaléria, Budapest.
  • 2004 Gallery FISE, Budapest
  • 2005 Ezüstgaléria, Budapest
  • 2006 Cultural Institute of France, Budapest
  • 2007 Gallery Erdész, Szentendre
  • 2007 London Design Week: Hungarian Cultural Institute, London, Great Brittain
  • 2009 Gallery Magma, Budapest: Esthonian –Hungarian exhibition of jewellery
  • 2010 Gallery Erdész, Szentendre
  • 2010 Hungarian Cultural institute Tallin: Esthonian-Hungarian jewwellery exhibition
  • 2011 Gallery FISE Budapest
  • 2012 Gallery Ezüstláz, Pécs
  • 2012 HAIKU , Diderot Interiur&Design, Budapest
  • 2014 Close I.  Filter Gallery, Budapest
  • 2015 Close II. Ezüstláz Gallery , Pécs
  • 2015 Haikus and Knots, Ezüstgaléria Budapest
  • 2015 Autumn show, Jewellery’s night 2015, Wine and Crafts Galery, Budapest

Selective collective exhibitions:

  • 1995: “The Fourteens” Gallery Rondella, Esztergom;
  • 1996: “Jewellery in the Corner of the Workshop” Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest
  • 1996  I. Goldsmith Biennial, Castle of Savolya Ráckeve;
  • 1998: “Masters and Students” Municipal Art Museum, Győr;
  • 1998–  Collective exhibitions of Studio of Young Artist and Designers(FISE):Budapest,    Kecskemét, Kaposvár, Padova, Paris, Helsinki, Kuopió, Glasgow, Belgrad, Moscow
  • 1999: “Silver Jewellery” Gallery Erdész Szentendre;
  • 2000: Contemprorary Goldsmith’s Crafts at the Millenneum, Gallery Vigadó, Budapest
  • 2001: Hungarian Applied Arts Exhibition of Millenium, Kunsthalle  Budapest;
  • 2001 “Jewellery” Gallery Dorottya, Budapest;
  • 2002: “Silver Jewellery II.” Gallery Erdész, Szentendre;
  • 2003- Collective exhibitions of Ezüstgaléria, Budapest
  • 2003: “From Jewellery to Plastic Art” Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest.
  • 2003  Travelling exhibition of the Moholy Scholarship holders in Scandinavia.
  • 2003: “Magyar Magic”  Hungarian jewellery designers in Glasgow, Great Brittain
  • 2005-2006:Gallery Eventuell collective exhibitions, Budapest
  • 2005-2011 Lakástrend és Design: Made in Hungary, Műcsarnok, Budapest
  • 2005-2015 Final selections of the Hungarian Design Award, M. of Applied Arts, Budapest
  • 2005-2013 Gallery Sterling collective exhibitions: Brooch, Jade, Budapest
  • 2007  “Barcelet” Gallery Erdész, Szentendre
  • 2008 Exh.of the schoarship holders of Hungarian Cultural Foundation, M.of Applied Arts, Bp.
  • 2009 First Contemprorary jewellery exhibition of BÁV, Budapest
  • 2009 Luxuory Jewellery: Gallery Erdész,  Szentendre
  • 2009 Crafts and Design: Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest
  • 2009 VII.Goldsmith Biennial, Budapest
  • 2010- Collective exhibitions of Gallery Ezüstláz, Pécs
  • 2011 „Sexy” betwen the „unselected artist”  Galeria Leignica, Poland
  • 2011-2012 Exhibition of the Final Selection “Jewel of the Year”, Budapest
  • 2012 FISE 30, Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest.
  • 2012 Design in Hungary, West Hungarian University,Institute of Arts, Sopron
  • 2012 Hungarian Cultural Centre Paris, France
  • 2013 REFORMA , Sinagoga Museum of Dobó István, Eger
  • 2013 Samurais and geishas, Hopp Ferenc East-Asian  Museum, Budapest
  • 2014  Rauland International Winter Festival, Norvegia
  • 2014 JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair, Spain
  • 2015 „Paper Jewels” Nagytetenyi Castle ,Budapest
  • 2015 X.Goldsmith Biennial, Budapest
  • 2015 CONTACT Jewellery’s night 2015, Budapest
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