Máder Indira

Noémi Ferenczy Prize winner tapestry artist

• Born on 17 July, 1966 in Budapest
• 1988 Graduated at the Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts in Budapest Faculty of textiles 
• 1988-1990 Postgradual studies at the Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts, Master degree


• 1989-2002 Member of the Studio of Young Applied Artists
• 1990 Member of the Association of Hungarian Creative Artists MAOE
• 1993 Member of the Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists
• 1996 Founding member of the Association of Hungarian Tapestry Artists
• 2009 Member of the board of the Cultural Foundation for Textile Art
• 2011 Vice-president of the Association of Hungarian Tapestry Artists
• 2014 Non academic public member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts


• 1991 Scholarship of Eötvös József Foundation, Budapest
• 1995 Scholarship of Young Applied Artists for work, Budapest
• 1996 Award of Gödöllő City, on “guest” exhibition of 14th Biennial of Tapestry and Spatial Textile
• 1996 Main Prize of the 14th Biennial of Tapestry and Spatial Textile (common work, Tapestry without Borders), Szombathely
• 1997 Award of Ministry of Cultural on Exhibition of Young Applied Artists, Budapest
• 1997-99 „Kozma Lajos” scholarship for Applied Artists Budapest
• 2001 1st Hungarian Textile Triennial submitted design grant, Budapest
• 2004 Creation scholarship granted by the National Association of Hungarian Artists, Budapest
• 2007 The prize of the Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists, Association, “Pelso’7 “, 6th National Ceramics and Goblin Biennial
• 2007 ’Artist of the Month’, Budafok-Tétény, Mayor’s Office, 22nd district Local Authority, Budapest
• 2009 The prize of the Hungarian Fine Arts and Applied Artists’Association, 3rd Triennial of Textile art at Szombathely
• 2009 Biennial prize 5thContemporary Christian Iconographic Biennial ’Apocalyps’ at Kecskemét
• 2012 Noémi Ferenczy Prize
• 2016 Hungarian Academy of Arts, Art- scholarship
• 2016 Public Foundation for Fine Arts and Applied Arts in the XXII. District for Culture , creative support
• 2017 Kárpit 3, Hungarian Academy of Arts – award


• 1994 CWAG Bank, Budapest
• 1995 Blue School Gallery, Budapest
• 1996 Gallery of Angelika Literary Cafe, Budapest
• 1998 Saint Christoph Jazz Gallery, Budapest
• 2001 Benedictian Abbey of Pannonhalma, House of Studies, Budapest
• 2007 Gallery of Viziváros, Budapest
• 2009 Exhibition at the Gallery of the Benedictine Abbey at Tihany
• 2010 Vén Emil Gallery, Budapest
• 2011 Château de Bourglinster, Luxemburg
• 2011 Leopold Mozart Music School, Budaörs
• 2012 Pannónia gallery, Sopron
• 2014 Hungarian Contemporary Gallery, Dunaszerdahely, Slovakia


• Munich, Hamburg, Germany
• Palma de Mallorca, Spain
• Ottenstein, Austria
• Padova, Italy
• Paris, France
• Helsinki, Finland
• Glasgow, United Kingdom
• Geneva, Switzerland
• Tirgu Mures, Romania
• Rome, Italy
• Zagreb, Croatia
• Sofia, Bulgaria