Heart&Cherry

Júlia

Néma

COLLABORATIONS

Kapujanincs Átjáró A

2022

szitanyomat

70x50 cm

Ed. 25 + 5 AP

Heart and Cherry Limited Editions, Budapest

NÉMA JÚLIA Kapujanincs Átjáró A szitanyomat 70x50 cm 2022 Ed 25 + 5 AP

Kapujanincs Átjáró A

Ed. 25 + 5 AP

Heart and Cherry Limited Editions, Budapest

2022

szitanyomat

70x50 cm

NÉMA JÚLIA Kapujanincs Átjáró B szitanyomat 70x50 cm 2022 Ed 25 + 5 AP

Kapujanincs Átjáró B

Ed. 25 + 5 AP

Heart and Cherry Limited Editions, Budapest

2022

szitanyomat

70x50 cm

The series of screenprints titled The Gateless Passage A, B, C released in 2022 refers to a booklet of Chinese Buddhist teachings compiled in 1228 by a monk. It has its foundation in the spirit of Buddha's Teachings, and the gate leading to them is n...ot a gate. If the gate is not a gate, how can you go through it?READ MORE

NÉMA JÚLIA Kapujanincs Átjáró C szitanyomat 70x50 cm, 2022, Ed 25 + 5 AP

Kapujanincs Átjáró C

Ed. 25 + 5 AP

Heart and Cherry Limited Editions, Budapest

2022

szitanyomat

70x50 cm

Néma Júlia was one of the students of the famous artist and teacher János Fajó, the master of Hungarian screenprinting. Her silk screen prints recall the simple, lyrical shapes of her sacred and profound ceramic art, and both are concerned with q...uestions of spatiality, respect for matter, spirituality and possibility.READ MORE



Júlia Néma

1973

Julia Nema is a ceramic artist, designer and painter based in Budapest, Hungary. She creates mainly tableware, architectural and fine art works, and has received numerous commissions from exclusive restaurants for bespoke tableware. She has been awarded the Ferenczy Noemi Award and the Hungarian Design Award. She has been featured in international publications related to ceramics, including F. Olsen’s The Kiln Book (2011), and is author of the first and only book on wood-fired ceramics to be published in Hungary. She holds a PhD in Liberal Arts from Moholy–Nagy University of Art and Design. Julia Nema’s works have been exhibited across Europe, as well as in Japan and the United States.