Szilvia György – Curriculum Vitae

Solo Exhibitions

2017, Fold-Unfold, Thoughts in Paper and Other Materials, Studio 20/17 Project Space, North Sydney

2012, Flying By Numbers, A-M Gallery, Sydney

2011, On Fluid Roads, Studio 20/17, Sydney

2004, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

2004, Csók Galéria, Budapest, Hungary

2003, Galéria 2000, Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary


2018, Imag(in)ing, collaborations between art and science, Ewart Gallery, Willoughby

2014, Shifting Shadows, Shifting Sands, collaborative works with Maryanne Wick, Schoalhaven City Arts Centre, Nowra

2014, Little Nuances, collaborative works with James McCallum, Maunsell Wickes Gallery, Sydney

2014, Thin Ice², collaborative works with James McCallum, Incinerator Art Space,  Willoughby

Selected Group Exhibitions

2019, Artist-Mentor-Master, Teachers exhibition at Workshop Arts Centre, Willoughby

2018, Design Pier at Usagi Gallery, Hong Kong

2018, Hunters Hill Art Exhibition, Winner of the Sculpture Prize

2017, The Knowledge, Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Newtown

2016, Chain of Events, Studio 2017, Waterloo

2016, Eclectica, WWS Foundation, Mittagong

2016, Crossing Borders, National Art School, East Sydney

2015, The Ceramic Lamp, photographic presentation at the International Ceramic Competition, Carouge, Switzerland

2015, Second Prize at the Art Venice Biennale 3.  Large screen digital presentation during the opening week of the Venice Biennale 56. Venice, Italy

2015, TURN TURN TURN: The studio ceramics tradition at the National Art School. National Art School Gallery

2015, BeLonging – embodied commentaries inspired by place, ANU School of Art, Canberra

2015, Luminous, China Clay, Clovelly, NSW

2015, 300 Gram, Mansfield Ceramics Gallery, Sydney

2014, The Book of Days and Nights, public sculpture on the Library Plinth, Lane Cove

2014, Beastly, Delmar Gallery, Ashfield

2013-2014, Finalist in Harbour Sculpture, Hunters Hill, Sydney

2013, Thin Ice, Incinerator Art Space, Willoughby, Sydney

2012, Members Exhibition, Gallery 4A, Sydney

2012, Excavation, The Armory Exhibition, Sydney

2011, International Triennial of Silicate Arts, Kecskemet, Hungary

2011, Resolutions, Breathing Colours Gallery

2010, ICMEA Emerging Artists Exhibition. Fuping, CHINA

2010, Wrapped, Studio 20/17, Sydney

2010, Inside Out-Outside In, EsProjects Gallery, Sydney

2010, White, State Library of Queensland, Brisbane

2010, New Decade, New Work, ESP Gallery, Sydney

2009, Explorations, Gaffa Gallery, Sydney

2009-12, Shelf life, Delmar Gallery, Sydney

2009, Explorations ’09, Guildford Lane Gallery, Melbourne

2009, Little Bit of Red, Breathing Colours, Sydney

2009, The Armory Exhibition ’09, Sydney

2009, Ceramics of Europe, Westerwald Keramik Museum, Germany

2009, Intermedium, Sydney

2009, Craft and Design, Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, Hungary

2005-08, Art in the Park, Sydney

2006-07, Propeller, Sydney

2005, On the Table and Over the Top, Planet, Sydney

2005, Ceramic Art Award, Gold Coast City Gallery

2004, Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney

2004, ASX-Reuters/FONAS Exhibition, Sydney

2004, Sculpture in the Vines, Hunter Valley, NSW

2001, View from the Cell, National Art School, Sydney


2004, Artist in residence at the National Art School, Sydney

2003, Residency at the International Ceramic Studio, Kecskemét, Hungary

Public collections

International Ceramic Studio collection, Kecskemet, Hungary

FuLe International ceramic Art Museums, China


2001 – Bachelor Degree of Fine Art at the National Art School, Sydney

1995-98 – Australian National University, Institute of the Arts, Canberra


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