He pursued his studies at the Károly Eszterházy Teacher Training College in Eger and then at the University of Pécs. In Eger he was a teacher, gallery manager and the organiser of the artAlom living art festival. He has been working as an applied artist in Budapest for three years, and is the art director of the Eastern Bloc Art-base (Dürer Garden). His art was largely influenced by his teachers and masters: Júlia Erdős, Péter Földi, István Losonczi, József Szurcsik and Imre Bukta. He is an experimental artist who explores the crossovers between genres. He won the Mazsaroff Prize in 2013. He also deals with performance art and music, while making installations and video works too. Shaping communities and organising exhibitions and art festivals play a more important role in his work than his own artistic career. He holds lectures and leads workshops, some of them for disabled children and people living on the peripheries of society.
100 × 140 cm