I have come across this Hungarian painter over and over again. During the last couple of years, he managed to make a name for himself, if not a household name. Well, not quite yet. But he deserves to be. I think, he is one of those, whose work will stick around for generations. I first noticed his cycle of artwork on old photographs from prison. And a series on swimmers. Now he is all over the place with many b/w protraits.
But whatever his topic is, he remains a great artist. At least, that’s what I think. and he’s only 42 or something. Lot’s of productive time left. Or so I hope.