1953, Budapest

A self-taught artist, he took up photography in 1987 and uses photographic tools to present his artistic vision. His recent experimental works have focused on the shaping of digital data into an archaic picture. He has had two major exhibitions in the past five years: Duna Museum, Esztergom (2016) and K.A.S Gallery, Budapest (2017). Collections that feature his works include the Hungarian Museum of Photography, the Museum of Fine Arts (Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA) and the M+M Auer Collection (Hermance, Switzerland). In 2012 he received the Balogh Rudolf Award.

Geo-graphy No. 5

selected works from the series

picture copied from monitor, archival pigment print
30 x 30 cm each

Geo-graphy No. 5