Born in Budapest,Hungary in 1946. He lives and works in Argentina.
He studied Painting and Drawing in several plastic art workshops and worked intensely under the supervision of Anibal Carreño. Years later, he developed new ink techniques on cardboard with Carlos Herzberg.
Together with his art work, he had an intense career in advertising.
In 1977 he began to present his works in salons and group exhibitions.
Exhibitions done between 1977-85:
Parana Museum (Province of Entre Rios) Casa de la Cultura (Luján); Municipalidad de Ramos Mejía, homenaje a Picasso (SAAP); Salón de Otoño (Buenos Aires); Salón de Tigre (Province of Buenos Aires); Salón de Lanús (Province of Buenos Aires);Group Exhibition for SAAP, promotion; Esso Price'84.
Centro Cultural Recoleta - he held his drawing project “Mostros” together with photos by Victor Kesselman.
Rio de Janeiro - a group exhibition “Los nuevos nuevos”
Blades Gallery – His first solo exhibition
Modern and Classic Gallery (Argentina) a solo exhibition of his drawings.
Sotavento Gallery – (Caracas Venezuela) A solo exhibition of his paintings.
(Catalogue – text by Tahía Rivero)
Alberto Elia – Mario Robirosa Gallery - a solo exhibition of his paintings.
Miami Art Fair – Her represented Alberto Elía – Mario Robirosa Gallery with his paintings.
Arroyo Gallery – A solo exhibition of his paintings.
(Catalogue – Text by Raúl Santana)
Arte BA, a contemporary art fair in Argentina. He represented Arroyo Gallery with his paintings.
Agora Gallery – New York – First Annual Latin American art Exhibition. He participated in a group exhibition with his paintings.
Centro Cultural Borges - a solo exhibition- Drawings and Paintings.
(Catalogue – Text by Lucas Fragasso – Martha Nogueira)
Centro Cultural Borges - he was invited by the Iberoamerican Advertising Festival – He participated in a group exhibition with his paintings.
Vasari Gallery - a solo exhibition. He introduced his drawing project “Inconvenient at the Public Services” based on the book of Julio Cortazar, History of Cronopios and Famas together with Julio Ludueña's cinemaographic animation.
(Catalogue – Text by Sarah Guerra/AACA – AICA)
Mosto & Rojas Art - Exhibition On Line - Paintings
Centro Cultural Borges - he exhibited his first series of paintings Bonta's Crucifixes.
(Catalogue – Text by Julio César Crivelli – Sarah Guerra / AACA-AICA)
Niko Gulland Gallery a solo exhibition of his ink drawing works.
Paintings and Drawings are in private collections.