Born Budapest, Hungary

Education

2013-16 BA (Hons) Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London.
2012-13 Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London.
2011-16 Clarendon Studios, London.
1996-2001 Doctorate in Law and Political Sciences.

Exhibitions and Prizes

2017 Second Draft, group exhibition, Safehouse 2, London.
Gebilde Painters, group exhibition, 5th Base Gallery, London.
2016 Let the Dust Settle, group exhibition, Crypt Gallery, London.
Chelsea Undergraduate Summer Show 2016, London.
Draft, group exhibition, Safehouse 2, London.
ArtGemini Prize, Asia House Gallery, London.
Bare Home, solo exhibition, London.
2015 National Open Art Competition shortlisted.
Art Gemini Prize, Menier Gallery, London.
ART PRIZE CBM, Casa Toesca and Villa Vallero, Rivarolo Canavese, Italy.
Griffin Gallery Open, London.
White Spirits, group exhibition, Safehouse 1, London.
Undercover, solo exhibition, Clarendon Studios, London.
Summer Mixed Exhibition, Gorstella Gallery, Chester.
2014 ArtGemini Prize, Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London.
Crash Open Salon, Charlie Dutton Gallery, London.
2013 National Open Art Competition shortlisted.
SouthWestFest Art Competition 2nd Prize.
Wells Art Contemporary 2013, Wells and Mendip Museum.
Cork Street Open Exhibition, Cork Street Gallery, London.
Creekside Open 2013 Selected by Paul Noble, APT Gallery, London.

Commissions

2017 Open Society Foundations, London.
2016 D5 Executive Gymnasium, Dubai International Financial Center.
2015 Discovery Networks, London.
2014 Frontier Economics, London.
Hitachi Consulting UK, London.

Collections

Private collections: Hungary and UK.
Public collection: Westminster Abbey Centre.

Catalogues

'The State of Art Representational & Abstract #2', edited by Andy Laffan, Chris Hodson and Robin Laffan by Bare Hill Publishing, 2014.
'Art Gemini Prize 2013 - Finalists Exhibition', London 2013.
'Cork Street Open Exhibition 2013 August', London 2013.
'Creekside Open 2013' A.P.T Gallery, London 2013.

Press

Review by Geoff Dunlop, Sideways Glances Blog.
Review by Theo Page, The Page Art Review.
Review by Pippa Koszerek, a-n Magazine