born in 1980, lives and works in Bucharest, Romania


Solo exhibitions

October 2019 - The Absent Museum / Salonul de Proiecte, Bucharest. The exhibition articulates an encounter between two modes of viewing photography - the art exhibition and the photographic album - seeking to emphasise the difference between the materiality of the photograph and the mental image generated through perception. Read the full statement here.

June 2015 - Six Projects / Galeria Electroputere, Craiova. A series of photography projects, objects and recorded performances that highlight my personal vision of the transformations that Bucharest is currently going through.

September 2013 - Double Feature / Lothringer 13 Halle, Munchen. A show containing the most recent film and photography projects that I have been doing for the past three years.

April 2011 - Romanian Kiosk Company / 32 Edgewood Avenue Gallery, New Haven, USA. The exhibition was curated by Robert Storr, and it was part of a residency at Yale.


Group exhibitions

June 2015 - Vienna Biennale / MAK Vienna. The exhibition about the art scene in Romania illuminates the potential of a cultural realm at the heart of crucial impulses for the development of the avant-garde and modernism in Europe.

August 2014 - Showtime / AB Contemporary Zurich. A video art exhibition that showed moving image work in a context similar to that of a cinema.

January 2012 - One Sixth of the Earth. Ecologies of Image / MUSAC, Leon, Spain. The exhibition presents art from the last decade produced by artists who lived in the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc. The main focus of this exhibition is on moving image work.

June 2011 - Future Generation Art Prize / 54th Venice Biennale, Palazzo Papadopoli. The installation that I applied with for the FGAP was exhibited during a collateral event.

June 2011 - Bucharest. A paradoxical city / Photo Espana 2011, Museo de la Ciudad de Madrid. Curator Oana Tanase. I participated with a photo documentation of 10 interventions I did in the public space of Bucharest between 2007 - 2009.



December 2017 - Do the Mountains Know? / Ivan Gallery, Bucharest. A retrospective exhibition dedicated to Ion Râmnic and István Mihály. The two artists from Târgu Mures belong to the generation of the 1970s. They were shaped by the scene brought together by the MAMÜ group, without being actually part of the group itself. Their artistic endeavour focuses on issues related to identity, citizenship and sexual freedom.

September 2019 - Mattis Teutsch. Avant-garde and constructive realism / Rezidenta BRD Scena9, Bucharest. The project was based on the interdisciplinary research carried out by artist Szilárd Miklós about Hans Mattis Teutsch. The exhibition followed the perception of the postwar work of the artist in museum and patrimonial practices in Romania and Hungary from the 1960s to the present, and as such it became an alternative to the absence of art historical and institutional museum research.



Special Prize and People's Choice Prize / FGAP 2010.