He graduated in sculpture from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 1999. His masters were István Bencsik and Zoltán Karmó. His work method is one of deep observation, the long and undisturbed examination of his immediate natural and physical environment; the constructions and objects of everyday use of these environments are reborn in his large metal and wooden sculptures, which are soft and clearly defined, their surfaces both blending into and separate from space at the same time. Important exhibitions of the last ten years: India International Center, New Delhi (2009), Krisztina Palace, Budapest (2010), Molnár Ani Gallery, Budapest (2011, 2013), Szabadkéz [Freehand] Gallery, Szihalom (2018).
100 × 120 × 30 cm