He graduated in sculpture from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2018. His masters were Pál Kő, Péter Gálhidy, Géza Sallai and Péter Menasági. He had a solo exhibition in 2013 and has participated in several group exhibitions since then. He won a Scholarship to the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha in 2016. He received the Barcsay Prize in 2017, the Tamás Vígh Prize in 2018, the Derkovits Scholarship in 2019 and the special prize awarded by the Hungarian Academy of Arts at the Autumn Exhibition of Vásárhely.
220 × 73 × 33 cm
photograph: Cabello Kristóf Colini