« A shoe is an art-object. Beyond functionalism there’s an abstract presence of the shoe. I am looking for the possible widest range of abstraction in shoe design. » / Attalai Zita /

Born 1964 February
Educations 1983-87 MOME University of Art and Design / Budapest

After my graduation at the Design Academy of Budapest my activity has got a deep addiction to shoe sculptures although I define myself as an industrial designer. My individual artistic line is creating shoe sculptures myself in my atelier which are design samples and stand as objects of art – especially for trendforecast concepts.

Beside my everyday practice I have projects that I am working on, see more in Projects 

“The lines between the work of the cobbler, fashion designer and artist are often blurred. These creators are in constant dialog with one other and also inspire each other. Thus, some shoes are specially designed, but still wearable fashion pieces, while other shoes are pure objects of art. » I find these quote represents my thoughts about shoe design quite well. This was written in the press release and on the official site of the german Schuhtick exhibition 2008
« Ferdinand Scholz: Life is good, art is beautiful. Shoe, only you can exist in both. »

Memberships: Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists 2017 Budapest Hungary connected to AIAP (Association Internationale des Arts Plastiques)  IAA (International Association of Art) TRAFIK Contemporary Art Association 2011 Dabas Hungary

Prizes, acknowledgements:

I.Prize of PLW Design Award Pirmasens,Germany 2006

Ferenczy Noémi Díj 2019 Hungarian State Applied Art Award, Budapest, Hungary

Emplacement Budapest Hungary, Europe Téléphone +36204187276 E-mail attalaizita@gmail.com Heures copyright 2019 Attalai Zita photo credits / Almási J. Csaba - Jederán György - Kis István - Mester Tibor - Zsuffa Csaba
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