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He completed his studies in 2003 at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art, Budapest. Since then he has taught at the University while continuing his work as an artist. In 2011 he won the Ferenczy Noémi award for applied art in Hungary.

Primarily he designs and makes jewellery but his work also includes objects such as trophies, commemorative plaques and medals. Research and exploration underlie much of his work, in which purity of form, intense precision and innovation are characteristic elements. He tries to combine technologies unknown to traditional jewellery making with modern materials such as stainless steel and the use of photo-chemical milling.

Krisztián Ádám
Hungary. 1976

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