He graduated in 2018 with a degree in sculpture from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, where his tutors were Pál Kő, Géza Sallai and Péter Gálhidy. His sculptural approach is derived from the formal traditions of classical art history, but his mode of expression explores contemporary questions: How can the tools of realist sculpture be used to describe the contradictions between contemporary life and self-definition? His works have featured in many solo and group exhibitions. In 2015 he received a Fellowship granted by the Republic, in 2016 a Ludwig Foundation Scholarship, and in 2017 a Gyula Rudnay Scholarship.
55 × 40 × 55 cm