Lukácsi László

Egy Lukácsi „Üvegkavics” láttán az embernek egy másik bolygóról a Földre hullott kődarab jut eszébe: idegen, de mégis, eredendően ismerős, mely csak arra vár, hogy megérintsd. Nagyobb távolságból nézve ez az „égitest” szinte észrevétlenül üldögél sötét árnyalatokba burkolódzva, és csak annak mutatja meg magát, aki megközelíti. Ám ekkor a színek és fények egészen más világa bontakozik ki, s e hirtelen feltárulkozással megrészegíti érzékeinket. Csodás színű üvegjáték, amely a természet távlatait idézi. 

 

One Lukácsi’s „Glass-Pebble”brings to mind a stone fallen to Earth from an other planet, alien but at the same time organically familiar and very inviting to the touch. At the distant this celestial object suts there inconspicuous in its dark hue and only reveals itself as one approaches it. Once near a different realm of colour and brightness appears, intoxicating the senses with its sudden revelation. A glass-scape of magnificent colour with natural references and perspectives.

Born 1961

 

Studies

 

1985 Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts in 1985.

 

AWARDS

 

2016 Kim Harty’s Award - College for Creative Studies, Detroit

2014 First Place of Taos Institut of Glass Art, New Mexico

2014 Visitors Award of Coburg Glass Prize, ,Germany

2014 Special Award of Coburg Glass Prize, Germany

2010 Gold-prize at the Int.Exh.of Glass Kanazawa - Japan

2009 Prize of the 37th Habatat Hallery Exhibition, USA

2002 Ferenczy State Award – Hungary

1992 Kyohei Fujita Prize at the Int. Exh. of Glass, Kanazawa– Japan

1992 Prize of the Ass. of Hung. Artists, First Triennal of Tihany, Hungary

1990 Jugend Gestaltet Prize – Munich, Germany

1988 Prize of the Hungarian Found of Arts – Pécs, Hungary

 

OBJECTS IN COLLECTIONS

 

Barbara Achilles Foundation, Hamburg - Germany

Hungar-Ikon Collection - Hungary

Museum of Cotemporary Glass, Coburg - Germany

Victoria&Albert Museum of London – UK

Tutsek Foundation, München - Germany

Ernsting Stiftung Glass Museum, Herding - Germany

Bakony Museum – Veszprém, Hungary

Museum of Applied Arts – Budapest, Hungary

Glassmuseum of Frauenau – Germany

Michigan Life Insurance – Michigan, USA

PEPSI- Challenge Cup – USA

 

MEMBERSHIPS

 

Hungarian Art Academy (MMA)

National Society of Hungarian Artists ( MAOE)

Hungarian Glass Art Society ( MÜT )

Association of Hungarian Arts and Crafts Artists ( MKISZ )

Glass Art Society ( G.A.S.)

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2016 Avran Gallery, Laguna Beach, USA

2010 Klebelsberg Kultúrkúria, Budapest

2008 Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak, USA

2005 Pfm-Gallery, Köln, Germany

2004 Gallery Painen, Berlin, Germany

2000 Portia Gallery – Chicago,USA

1998 Art Budapest / Art Expo, Budapest, Hungary

1997 Gallery Rob van den Doel, the Hague, Holland

1996 Ford Pyramid Salon, Budapest, Hungary

1992 Galerie Transparence , Brussels, Belgium

1991 Gallery Ewers, Cologne, Germany

 

SELECTED COLLECTIVE EXHIBITIONS

 

 

Since 1985 I already participated on more than 200 glass exhibitions.

Since 1998 my works are presented regulary on the SOFA-shows in Chicago (Habatat Galleries)

Since 2003 I am member of the artist-team of Habatat Galleries

 

2017 Sikabonyi Gallery, Sarasota, USA

           Glass Weekend, Sarasota, USA

            Habatat Gallery, Royal Oak, USA

            Salon-MMA, Műcsarnok, Budapest, Hungary

2016  44th Invitational Exhibition at Habatat Galleries, USA

            Hung. Studio Glass, Museum of Contemp. Glass, Shanghai, PRC 

            Decorex, Plateaux Gallery, London, UK  

            Glass in Context, Bornholm, DK  

2015  Fine Art Fair in Palm Spring, Erdész Gallery, USA

            Spring Forms, Avran Gallery, Laguna Beach, USA

            43th Invitational Glass Exhibition, Habatat Gallery, USA

             Collective Design, J.Lohmann Gallery, New York, USA

             HU-Glass, Hefter Gallery, Panonhalma, Hungary

             Vitrofestival, Musée du verre, Romont, Switzerland

             Cutting Edge, Scottisch Gallery, UK

             Hungarian Studio Glass, Prisma Gallery, UK.

             European Glass Festival, Wroclav, Poland

             SOFA-Chicago, Habatat Gallery, USA