This is a work consisting of two wooden panels, covered in narrow strips of woven lines.
This work was shortlisted for the Cordis International Tapestry Prize, the biggest international prize for this art form. A jury of 6 selected six works out of 90 from 19 countries worldwide. The Cordis Prize showcase took place during the exhibition Converge, organised by VAS (Visual Arts Scotland) in the Royal Scottish Academy, The Mound Edinburgh. Jan- Feb 2017. The Cordis prize is the largest prize for Tapestry in the world and was set up by Miranda Harvey and her husband, Ian Rankin, the writer in order to celebrate Edinburgh as a centre for excellence in Tapestry..
BLACK/TIME/LINES/WHITE/TIME/LINES was accepted for Karpit 3, an international juried exhibition. 39 artists works were selected from 15 countries. The contemporary tapestry event Tapestry 3 - titled by Apocalypse or Sustainability - was held on the 20th anniversary of the foundation of the Association of Hungarian Tapestry Artists in the Gallery Vigadó, Budapest from 12th April to 26th May in 2017.
The venue of the exhibition is a brand newly renovated 150-year-old building in the center of Budapest, near the Danube. (Address is Vigadó tér 2., Budapest, 1051
Members of the jury:
REBECCA A. T. STEVENS PhD
Consulting Curator, Contemporary Textiles
The George Washington University Museum /
The Textile Museum
Washington, DC, United States of America
CONCHA HERRERO CARRETERO PhD
Patrimonio Nacional Palacio Real,
JÓZSEF TILLMANN PhD
Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design,
Professor, Head of the Communication Theory
Director of the Gallery of Szombathely
LÍVIA PÁPAI DLA, habil
Holder of Frenczy Noémi Award
Curator of the Exhibition
ERZSÉBET KATONA SZABÓ
Holder of Ferenczy Noémi Award
Regular member of Hungarian Academy of Arts
Holder of the Lithuanian National Cultural
and Arts Award