He graduated in painting and teaching from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2006. His masters were Sándor Molnár, Tamás Lossonczy and Orsolya Drozdik. In his painting he uses the artistic tools of Abstract Expressionism. He is a founding member of three independent galleries (mű-Vész Cellar, Roham [Charge], Latarka). He directed two documentaries about the history of Hungarian Abstract Expressionism (Banned Abstract Artists, 2018; Hortobágyi, 2019). He was awarded the Barcsay Prize in 2011, and the Műút [ArtPath] and Miklós Mazsaroff prizes in 2012. His paintings can be found in several private collections as well as in the public collections of the Miskolc Gallery and the University of Pécs.
acrylic on canvas
200 × 190 cm