Mária Roskó                e-mail: info@mariarosko.com

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2019 / Dialogues - Polilogues, ÚjMűhely Gallery, Szentendre, Hungary

2019 / Design without borders, Bálna, Budapest, Hungary

2019 / Legnica International Contemporary Jewellery Competition, SILVER, Gallery of Art in Legnica, Poland

2019 / A personal topography, Budapest Cultural Centre, Budapest, Hungary

2018 / Jewellery and Technology, Tincal lab, Porto, Portugal

2018 / Along objects - solo exhibition, Zhao Zhou, Budapest, Hungary

2018 / Legnica International Contemporary Jewellery Competition, ILLUSION, Gallery of Art in Legnica, Poland

2017 / KINuZOKU Contemporary jewelry exhibiton, Kredenc Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

2017 /  Art and craft fair, Museum of Kyoto, Japan

2017 / IN/SIDE OUT - solo exhibition, Sio gallery, Osaka, Japan

2016 / Hausie Designer Showcase & Private Sale, Espace, Hong Kong

2016 / TOK (Tree of Knowledge), Shenzhen, China

2014 / Exhibition, Salon Venelle, Tokyo Japan

2012 / Faces of the world - solo exhibition, Flowing Karasuma, Kyoto, Japan


Mária Roskó is a Hungarian jewelry designer currently based in Budapest. She studied jewelry making in Hungary at Art School of Buda, in Germany at HAWK Hildesheim under the tutelage of Georg Dobler, and in Japan in Atelier Komiya lead by Takako Komiya. She participated at various exhibitions in Japan, Hongkong and Europe.
Her aim is to combine traditional techniques and modern approaches to create jewelry with the sensitivity of poetism and metaphorical vision inherited from her educational background in literature. Her works are built around concepts revealing the underlying beauty of everday objects and phenomena.




HAWK, University of Applied Arts and Sciences, Hildesheim

teacher: Georg Dobler

2017 - 2019


Art School of Buda

teachers: Noémi Gera, László Hajdu, Zoltán Egri

2015 - 2017  

Goldsmith course
Atelier Komiya, Okamoto city, Japan

teacher: Takako Komiya

2015 Oct - Dec

Titan jewelry course, Itami jewelry school, Itami, Japan

2014 Sept - Oct

Goldsmith course - Ékezet Gallery, Budapest, Hungary


MA degree in Humanities, ELTE, Budapest
(Hungarian and Italian Literature and linguistics)