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Jacqueline Molnár in the Estonian Children's Literature Centre


On Wednesday, 5th Feb 2020 at 5 pm Hungarian artist Jacqueline Molnár's personal exhibition "Fairy tale and reality" will be opened in Estonian Children's Literature Centre (Pikk 73, Tallinn).


Molnár Jacqueline poszterIllustrator Jacqueline Molnár was born in 1973 in Budapest.

She completed her studies between 1991 and 1996 in Budapest in the College of Arts and Crafts (currently: Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, MOME) in animation-graphics, in 1994 in Minerva Academie in Groningen in graphics, in 1995 in Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam in animation-graphics (with the support of the Soros Foundation), in 1998 in the Hungarian University of Arts and Crafts (also MOME) and in Escola Massana in Barcelona in intermedia (with the support of the Soros Foundation).


Jacqueline Molnár currently lives in Barcelona and Budapest. She has illustrated many animated cartoons and more than 40 children's books. In her work she uses different techniques: collage, aquarelle, tempera, acrylic painting, photography etc.


She writes stories as well, in 2017 her book Robots was published with her own illustrations.


Main prizes:
2010. Beautiful Hungarian Book, certificate
2014. Illustrator of the Year Award, Hungary
2015. Finalista Premis Junceda, Barcelona
2017. Support from the Ramon Llull Institute in Barcelona
2017. Premis LAUS, Silver, Barcelona


She likes to organize workshops for children. In 2016, during the Big Draw festival in the Picasso Museum in Barcelona, she was the creator and director of the workshop La maleta refugiada (The running suitcase).


In 2013, she participated in the Hungarian and Estonian illustrators' exhibition in the Estonian Children's Literature Centre. Her current exhibition presents her most recent works to visitors. You will be engulfed by the magical world of different techniques, colors and stories. You can admire the book prepared for the toy exhibition of the Óbuda Museum in Budapest, guiding the reader through Budapest, showing alongside the emblematic pieces of the collection. The exhibition also presents the sea monster series that tries to draw attention to the environmental pollution's unforeseeable consequences, urging us to change our habits of consumption.


See the artist's website at


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