Hungarian Glass Show Recap (VIDEO)

When eyes behold the glass art of artist, László Lukácsi, a connoisseur journeys through the history of the glass art movement in Hungary. Lukácsi structured training in applied arts, dedication to the traditions of the medium and the influences of his predecessors are illuminated in each of the cold-worked laminated glass sculptures. The fluid, organic shapes and optic illusions reveal not only his vision but also the laborious techniques.

Lukácsi's expressions drawn from nature and science, combined with humanity’s industrial and technical revolutions ingeniously transform his meticulous efforts into objects of beauty.

He graduated at the Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts in 1985.


2016 Prize from College for Creative Studies, Detroit, USA.

2014 Visitors award at Coburg Glass Prize, Germany

2014 First Sculptural Prize at TIGA, Taos, USA

2014 Special Award at Coburg Glass Prize, Germany

2010 Gold-prize at the International Exhibition of Glass, Kanazawa

2009 Special Award - 37th Invitational Exhibition of Habatat Gallery, USA

2002 Ferenczy State Award – Hungary

1992 International Exhibition of Glass, Kyohei Fujita Prize – Japan

1992 First Triennal of Glass – Prize of the Association of Hungarian Arts and Crafts Artists, Tihany, Hungary

1990 Jugend Gestaltet Prize – Munich, Germany

1988 Prize of the Hungarian Fund of Arts – Pécs, Hungary