Hauser Beáta

HAUSER BEÁTA

Hauser Beáta: Végül, részlet

[toggle title=”Életrajz”]Hauser BeátaMerited Artist and Ferenczy Noémi-Prize winner tapestry artist 

• Born on 5 July, 1956 in Budapes
• 1980 Graduated at the Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts in Budapest, Faculty of Carpet and Tapestry[/toggle] [toggle title=”Memberships”]

• Member of Art Found of Hungarian Republic, 1980
• „Gobelin 14” Group, 1983-1990
• Member of the Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists, 1987
• President of the Studio of Young Applied Artists, 1989-1991
• Member of the Artist Council of Hungarian Cultural Ministry 1990-94
• Curator of the Hungarian National Cultural Foundation1994-97
• Jury member of Biennial Committee, 1990
• Member of the board of the Cultural Foundation for Textile Art, 1992
• Takes part in the  organization and jury of the Hungarian Biennials of Textile1992
• Founding member of the Association of Hungarian Tapestry Artists, 1996
• President of the board of the Cultural Foundation for Textile Art, 2000–2002
• President of the Foundation of Hungarian Biennials of Textile2000-2002
• Member of  “Progression Society”2007
• Member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts  2013[/toggle] [toggle title=”Work in common tapestry through participation”]

• Tapestry without Borders[/toggle] [toggle title=”Prizes, scholarship “]

• 1980   1st Prize of the Popular Applied Arts Council
• 1981   1st Prize of the Exhibition of the Young Artists, Budapest
• 1982   Velem Workshop
• 1983   3rd Prize of the Popular Applied Arts Council
• 1984   Grand Prize of the 7th Biennial of Tapestry and Spatial Textile, Szombathely
• 1987   Internationals Tapisserie Symposium, Graz
• 1988   Special Prize of the 10th Biennial of Tapestry and Spatial Textile, Szombathely
• 1988   SZOT Kassák Lajos scholarship
• 1990   Ministry of Cultural’s Prize for artistic excellence
• 1991   3rd Prize of the Exhibition commemorating the 100th anniversary of
Béni Ferenczy and Noémi Ferenczy, Budapest
• 1991   Prize of the Foundation of the World Meeting at the World Meeting of the
Hungarian Reformed Church,  Debrecen
• 1992  „Noemi Ferenczy” Prize
• 1992   Hungarian Creditbank scholarship, Budapest
• 1994   Rózsa Anna Prize, 13th Biennial of Tapestry and Spatial Textile, Szombathely • 1996   Main Prize of the 14th Biennial of Tapestry and Spatial Textile
common work Tapestry without Borders, Szombathely
• 1997   City Prize of Keszthely „Pelso 97” /Ceramic and Tapestry Exhibition of
Balaton Museum, Keszthely/
• 1999   Prize of the Society of Hungarian Painters  /colored drawings exhibitions/ • 1999   Prize of the Foundation of Arts /Petõfi exhibition/
• 1999    Prize of Foundation for Arts and Culture at the Exhibition Petõfi
• 2000   Scholarship for artistic creativity (MKE)
• 2002   Prize of Hungarian Ministry of Culture of the “Yes-No”  Jaquard Exhibition • 2002   Prize of Hungarian Ministry of Culture  of the XI-th  Hungarian Biennele                        of Drawings, in Salgotarjan
• 2008   Prize of Hungarian Ministry of Culture of the Exhibition of GIM  • 2002 • 2008   “Message” Prize of Hungarian Ministry of Culture of the Exhibition of                              Drawings in Salgotarjan /“ 400 qudrat cm”/
• 2009   2nd Prize of Undertaking Corp. Of Budapest Requiem for Life, Budapest
• 2009  2nd Prize of National Exhibition “Water and Life” Biennial of Fine Arts, Baja
• 2011   Meritorius Artist of Hungary[/toggle] [toggle title=”Solo exhibitions”]

• 1984   Gallery Handwerk, Munich, Germany
• 1986   Old Tower, Kőszeg
• 1987   Fészek Club, Budapest
• 1988   Bástya Gallery, Budapest
• 1989   Jókai Gallery; Budaörs
• 1989   Derkovits Cultural Centre, Tiszaújváros
• 1989   Kossuth Lajos Cultural Centre, Sátoraljaújhely
• 1989   Vigadó Gallery, Budapest
• 1990   GAMF Gallery, Kecskemét
• 1992   Kemenesalja Cultural Centre, Celldömölk
• 1996   Gallery, Szombathely
• 1997   Pannon Golf and Country Club Máriavölgy, Alcsútdoboz
• 1997   Gallery Arcis Nádasdy Castle, Sárvár
• 1998   Tölgyfa Gallery, Budapest
• 1998   Bernáth Gallery, Marcali
• 1999   Sydney Apartment Hotel Budapest
• 2000   Terézváros Salon Fine art and literature Benczúr House, Budapest
• 2001   “Gobelin Reborn” Exhibition Balassi Bookshop, Budapest
• 2002   Cultural Centre of Mátra, TOURINFORM Gallery, Gyöngyös
• 2002   Újlipótvárosi Club Gallery, Budapest
• 2004   „Quarter of Century”, Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest
• 2005   Ferenczy Béni Hall, Pécs
• 2005   “Carpets and Graphics”, Csók István Gallery, Budapest
• 2006   Keve Gallery, Ráckeve
• 2008   “Drawings Only”  “Only drawings”, Batthyány Lajos Foundation and
the Batthyany Group of Fine Artists, Budapest
• 2010   Forrás Gallery, Budapest
• 2012   “Dauthers of Arriadne”  GödöllöGIM-House, Gödöllő
• 2012   “Grafiks”  Hungarian Writers Union     Budapest
• 2013    “Teaxture”  Gebauer Gallery   Pécs[/toggle] [toggle title=”Major international exhibitions”]

• New York, Mobile, Oshkosh, Peoria, Kansas City (USA)
• Pueblo, Beaumont, Los Angeles (USA)
• Vienna, Graz (Austria)
• Edmonton (Canada)
• Frankfurt, Munich (Germany)
• London, Leicester (United Kingdom)
• Melbourne (Australia)
• Amsterdam (the Netherlands)
• Meubles Arq, Gent, Tournai, Mons (Belgium)
• Murska Sobota (Slovenia)
• Epau, Paris (France)
• Tokyo (Japan)
• Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca (Spain)
• Rome (Italy)
• Révkomárom, Dunaszerdahely (Slovakia)
• Plzen (Czech Republic)
• Bucharest, Tirgu-Mures (Romania)[/toggle]