She graduated in 2002 from the Hungarian
University of Fine Arts, where her tutor was Attila Kovács, then continued her studies on the Master’s programme of Montclair State University in the USA from 2005 to 2006. Her large abstract paintings reflect on organic processes, the phenomena of the micro and macro world and their permutations. Her works have been displayed at numerous solo exhibitions (including: Benjamin Eck Projects Munich (2020) Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts (2019, 2018), The Concept Space, London (2017, 2018). She has featured in both Hungarian and international exhibitions and international contemporary art fairs (Brussels, London, Paris, Milan, Vienna). Her paintings can be found in international public collections such as the American 21C Museum and the Museum of Young Art in Vienna.
canvas, mixed media
190 × 190 cm
photograph: György Darabos