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Nádor Gallery 8, József Nádor Square – Budapest

November, 11 – November, 26.

Tuesday to Sunday – 11a.m. – 7p.m.

On the occasion of the opening the owner of the Nádor Gallery Mr. Balázs Péter Kovács, Munkásy Prize-winning artist greeted the guests.

The exhibition  was opened by His Excellency Sérgio Eduardo Moreira Lima, Brazilian Ambassador and invited  honored guest His Excellency  Domingo Santiago Cullen, Argentina Ambassador  to  Hungary also  joined the opening ceremony at this unique exhibition.

The exhibition aimed to distinguish itself from other exhibitions by introducing twelve Brazil’s artist’s finest hand-made jewellery and paintings.

Much to the curiosity of the guests visiting the exhibition had an opportunity to view fresh and trendy designs.

With the use of varied combination of gold, silver and semi-precious stones were not only varied in taste but also maintain a sleek, classic look. Very well-recognized within the style as an artistic blend of ultramodern and traditional artistry.

Budapest is one of the travelling station whereas the collection of Brazilian jewellries  and paintings came alive. The next venue will be in Paris, in February in the coming year.

The Brazilian jewellery exhibition aims to distinguish itself from other exhibitions to eventually become one of the chosen venue in the world of jewellery.

Out on display  the eyes can have a marvellous sight of elegant, exclusive and tasteful jewellries made by the handwork of eleven ladies and one gentleman.

Without the support of Ms. Judith Klein, an artist herself as well, this  awesome  exhibition wouldn’t have had made it to Hungary.

Update and snaps by Aggie Reiter

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Salamon judit on 05/12/2011 at 13:48

    Hello there, I wish to thank you for writing such a good update. I went to see the exhibition I didn’t have had any info before reading your great article. I will follow all yourupdates and will know whereis what to see.
    Much appreciatoon for sharing impressions through your magazin. Judit

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