Péter Borkovics

Graduated from the Secondary School of  Fine and Applied Arts, Budapest, Hungary, 1990.
Graduated from the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest (MOME), Budapest, Hungary, 1996.


Doctoral studies at the Doctoral School of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest, Hungary, 2001-2003.

Since 1997, he has been an art teacher in the Glass Department of  Secondary School
of Fine and Applied Arts in Budapest

He was granted the Laszlo Moholy-Nagy Design Fellowship, 1994; the Lajos Kozma Art
and Crafts Fellowship, 1998; and the Erasmus scholarship at the Politecnico di Milano, Computer 3D Design, Milan, Italy, 2002.

He has been granted many honors and awards for his art, including: 1st prize at the Artemide Hungarian lamp competition organized by the VAM Gallery, Budapest, 1993;  
2nd prize at the Artrevue ’93, Budapest, 1993; Award of the Ministry of Culture and Education for finger glasses, National Design Competition, Hungary, 2002; Noemi Ferenczy Award, Hungary, 2004.

He has participated in over 60 exhibitions, both national and international.

His works of art can be found in the collections of the Museum of Applied Art, Budapest;
the National Glass Collection Bárdudvarnok (Mária Goszthony Foundation); Rippl-Rónai Museum, Kaposvár; and the Hungarian National Museum, Bu