I was born in Moscow and graduated from the Moscow Institute of Architecture (State Academy), currently live and work in Budapest and am a member of the Hungarian Chamber of Architects.
“Working with visual installations is what I find most stimulating. Not only is this an intellectual process, it also provides “spiritual nutrients” to the mind – an attempt to approach art not only at an aesthetic level but as an intellectual phenomenon as well, a dialogue, possibly a provocation, which should be acted upon. The objects themselves are nothing more than everyday items from daily life, transformed and seen in a new context. There is constant play with light and form whether the subject is an inanimate object, an architectural environment or a model.”
Photography has been exhibited in solo and group shows in Belgium, Hungary, Italy, Argentina, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Romania and the USA.