Exhibitions


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Solo exhibitions:

2017  DGY-Byen Cultural Centre-  Copenhagen, Denmark   08. Nov. 2017  –  01.01.2018

2017  EESC- Brussels, Nov 2017,  Roma Platform  „To be Beautiful Gipsy”

2017 Aarhus – European Capital of Culture, Denmark Aug-Sept

2017 K11 Cultural Centre, Budapest,  „Nellys”

2016 Mérnöki  Kamara, Budapest, 2016

2014 TIK- Szeged University, Hungary  „To be Beautiful Gipsy”

2013  Balassi Institute, Budapest, Hungary

          – Albert Hall, Bódvalenke, Hungary

        – Bethlen Gallery, Budapest,

2012: Warsaw – Balassi Institute, Ursynow Cultural Centre, Tarnow- Gypsy Museum, Poland

Bratislava – Slovak National Museum – during the European Month of Photography, Slovakia

2011: Hilton Brussels welcomes the Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union with his portfolio exhibition , Belgium

– Kolta Gallery, Budapest

– European Parliament, Yehudi Menuhin Hall, Brussels

– European Commission, DG Inclusion and Social Affairs, Belgium

– József Attila Cultural Centre, Salgótarján, Hungary

– Jean Monnet Coference Centre, Luxembourg

2009: European Commission, Borchette, Brussels, Belgium

 

Group exhibitions:

2019 National Cultural Fund – NKA 25 years – 25 Photographs, Kolta Gallery

2018, Palace of Arts/ Művészetek Palotája Budapest Oct, Kaposvár, Nov,

2017- Robert Capa Centre, Budapest , POY

2016 and 2017 Castle Garden Bazaar, Budapest NKA,

2016 Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Budapest „Pictures and Pixels” , Budapest

2014, 2015, 2016,Robert Capa Centre,

2015 White Box Gallery – KLPA- Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2015 Robert Capa Centre, Budapest, POY

2015 MOPLA- Month of Photography Los Angeles

2014 Tbilisi, Georgia – KOLGA

2011 Covent Garden,  Bruxelles,  – „Pilgrims’ Way”  April – June

2011 Hungarian Parliament –  Kossuth tér – „Co – existence”  March – June

2011 National Museum, Budapest „PressPhoto’’

2009 National Museum, Budapest,  „PressPhoto’’  March – April,

Earlier:  Ombudsman’s Office, Budapest,  MODEM – Debrecen, National Geographic – Budapest, West End