What is here presented is really an outstanding Historic document. It is a reproduction of the famous Jugendstil devoted magazine Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration published in Darmstadt, reporting the Hungarian presence at the Turing World Exhibition in 1902. The text (in German language) reported the efforts due by the Hungarian artists to achieve a very National style and a characteristic Hungarian declination of Art Nouveau.
The reportage covers mainly the work and the researches of the Hungarian architect and interior designer Ede Wigand (who was also one of our favorite artist, as you can read on previous szecesszio.com articles) and the outstanding applied art production:
The colored and full of dynamic and curve lines of the Zsolnay pottery are, obviously, also present. Some of the pieces presented during the exhibition in the Hungarian pavilion were produced by the Pecs pottery factory, with slightly modifications, in the following years till the present time: