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István Nádler
(b. 1938)

István Nádler is one of the most important figures of the Hungarian neo-avant-garde movement and hard-edge painting, a part of the defining progressive generation of the 1960s, member of the legendary Iparterv, Budapest Workshop and Zugló Circle. In parallel with contemporary American and German abstraction, Nádler was the first in Hungary to engage in hard-edge painting. However, his work is also linked to the international currents of tachism and art informel.

His oeuvre is rich not only in paintings but also in graphic, paper-based, and sculptural works. His characteristic style is a unique symbiosis of Western and Eastern European avant-garde and neo-avant-garde tendencies, which is internationally relevant yet has strong local attributes. Following the Hungarian constructivist tradition, he seeks to geometrize the pictorial space, while also being interested in the effects of pure colour fields. He intuitively selects individual shades and often places them in striking contrasts reflecting the colour scheme of Hungarian folklore.

In Nádler's artistic work, theoretical, spiritual, and material dimensions are present simultaneously. His entire oeuvre can be traced along a trajectory in which there is a continuous interplay between expressive abstraction and sharply defined geometric structures. Rather than being radically opposed motifs, the two characteristic tendencies can be described as interrelated, gently and evenly bending into each other.

István Nádler is a recipient of Hungary’s Munkácsy Prize (1986) and the Kossuth Prize (2001), a member of the Széchenyi Academy of Literature and Arts, and in 2006 he co-founded the Open Structures Art Society. Nádler's works are at the forefront of the Hungarian neo-avant-garde, his paintings are sought after and sold at prominent auctions. In addition to being present in the most important Hungarian private collections, his artworks can be found in the Contemporary Collection of the Hungarian National Bank, the Ludwig Museum, the Hungarian National Gallery - Museum of Fine Arts, and numerous other Hungarian public collections.

1958-63 Budapest College of Fine Arts, Master: Gyula Hincz

1954-58 Budapest School of Fine and Applied Arts


2015 Prima Primissima Prize

2001 Kossuth Prize

1998 First prize in the Liberty '98 flag competition announced by the Council of Europe on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations

1997 Meritorious Artist of the Republic of Hungary   

1986 Munkácsy Prize  


2019 Lightly, Kisterem

2018 Never ending, Rómer Flóris Museum of Art and History, Győr

2017 Kisterem

2017 Central, Fészek Gallery

2017 Seven last words. Hommage à Péter Esterházy, Kiscelli Museum, Budapest

2013 István Nádler, Zbynék Sekal, Artmark Galerie, Vienna

2011 Spiral, Várfok Gallery, Budapest

2010 Vaszary Villa, Balatonfüred

2008 István Nádler. New works. Galerie der Stadt Fellbach

2008 Judit Reigl, István Nádler, Erdész, Makláry Gallery, Budapest

2008 István Nádler, Judit Virág Gallery, Budapest

2008 ...vertical...New paintings by István Nádler, Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest

2007 István Nádler "Not for the earth, not for the sky". Várfok Gallery - XO Room, Budapest

2006 Esterházy-portraits. Várfok Gallery, Budapest

2004 Hommage à Ligeti György 80. Dorottya Gallery, Budapest

2003 István Nádler. Galerie Annamarie M. Andersen, Zurich

2003 Hommage à Ligeti György 80. Embassy of the Republic of Hungary, Berlin

2001 István Nádler. Kunsthalle, Budapest

2001 Várfok Gallery - XO Terem, Budapest

2000 István Nádler. Lavoir Vasserot, Saint-Tropez

2000 Exhibition of István Nádler and László Mulasics, Institut Hongrois, Paris

1999 István Nádler exhibition. Szombathely Gallery, Szombathely

1999 István Nádler. Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova Museum, Turku

1998 István Nádler / Noel Dolla. Institut Hongrois, Paris

1998 István Nádler. Arzemju Makslas Muzejs, Riga

1998 István Nádler exhibition. Várfok Gallery - XO Room, Budapest

1998 István Nádler - Neue Bilder. Gallery of JENOPTIK AG and Jenaer Kunstverein, Jena

1998 István Nádler. Kauno paveikslu gallery, Kaunas

1998 István Nádler, Chaplin Art Center, Parnu

1997 István Nádler exhibition. Várfok Gallery - XO Room, Budapest

1997 Always and again. István Nádler - New works. Waszkowiak Gallery, Berlin

1996 István Nádler. Kunstverein, Galerie Kunst in Klein Venedig, Augsburg

1995 István Nádler. M-M Gallery, Tokyo

1995 Triangolo e luce - István Nádler. Salone Villa Romana, Florence

1995 Exhibition of István Nádler. Budapest History Museum, Budapest City Gallery - Kiscelli Museum, Budapest

1995 István Nádler exhibition. Goethe Institute, Budapest

1993 Rome - Exhibition of István Nádler. Ernst Museum, Budapest

1993 Georg Karl Pfahler / István Nádler. Städtische Galerie, Göppingen

1993 István Nádler. Painting, Drawing, Graphics. Gallery Waszkowiak, Berlin

1992 Exhibition of István Nádler. Fészek Gallery, Budapest

1992 István Nádler. BP Gallery, Bruxelles

1991 István Nádler - Always and again. Gallery of the city of Wels, Wels

1986 Bak, Birkás, Kelemen, Nádler, XLII Biennale Venecia, Padiglione d'Ungheria 

1986 István Nádler - Immer und wieder - Always and again 1984-1990. Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz

1986 Imre Bak / István Nádler. Gallery umění, Karlovy Vary

1985 Collection exhibition, Kunsthalle, Budapest

1982 István Nádler, Holbeinhaus, Augsburg

1981 István Nádler, Csók István Gallery, Székesfehérvár

1978 Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest

1974 Graphisches Kabinett: Istvan Nadler Gouchen, Museum Folkwang Essen

1974 Diagonals, Museum Folkwang, Essen

1970 György Jovánovics, István Nádler, Adolf Fényes Room, Budapest

1968 Imre Bak, István Nádler, Galerie Müller, Stuttgart

2019 Iparterv 50, Ludwig Museum, Budapest
2019 Iparterv 68-80, House of Arts, Veszprém
2019 Scene Hungary, Museum Ritter, Waldenbuch

2017 Now You See Me, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York

2017 Westkunst- Ostkunst, Selection from the collection, Ludwig Museum, Budapest

2015 BOOKMARKS - Neoavant-garde and post-conceptual positions in Hungarian art from the 1960s to the present, Art Cologne, Köln

2015 Off Biennale Budapest, MEO

2013 BOOKMARKS - Neo-avant-garde and post-conceptual positions in Hungarian art from the 1960s to the present, Budapest

2011 East... East... - Brand new gallery, Milan

2010 Hungarian Geometric Art, Xántus János Museum, Győr
2010 Water. Hungarian and Japanese contemporary art exhibition, Kyoto Art Center Gallery, Kyoto; Kobe
2010 Hungarian art from the collections of the Olomouc Museum of Art, Museum of Art, Olomouc
2010 Locked in the Seven Towers. Melancholy in Modern Art - Outside the Cartouche, MODEM, Debrecen

2009 OSAS - workshop, Vasarely Museum, Budapest
2009 Action Painting Today, Dengler und Dengler Galerie für Schöne Künste, Stuttgart
2009 Accent Hungary. Hungarian art from the 1960s to the 1990s from the collection of the Neue Galerie Graz, Neue Galerie Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz
2009 Themes and Moments, Paksi Képtár, Paks
2009 Hungary Concret, Lindner Gallery, Vienna
2009 The art of tolerance. Contemporary Slovak and Hungarian artists, Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum, Bratislava
2009 Creating Freedom: From Post-Revolutionary to Post-Communist Art in Hungary. Selection of Forty Years of Hungarian Art from the Nancy G. Brinker Collection, Sherman Gallery, Boston
2009 Reconnáitre, Paks Gallery, Paks

2008 Rendez-vous of friends: Seven Hungarian artists, Dengler and Dengler Gallery of Fine Arts, Stuttgart
2008 "will the soul be blown away?" El Kazovszkij and his friends, Janus Pannonius Museum, Pécs
2008 Mediations Biennale, Centrum Kultury "Zamek", Poznan
2008 zyklus 3.0 hungary. Contemporary Art Hungary - Lower Austria, Stift Lilienfeld, Lilienfeld
2008 Koncept Concept, Sections, Vasarely Museum, Budapest

2007 The North Coast, MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Art, Debrecen
2007 Eleven Colour / Living Color, Vasarely Museum, Budapest
2007 Expressionistic Phenomena in Contemporary Hungarian Art 1980-2007, Gallery of the Municipal Museum of Art, Győr
2007 Fehér & Fekete / White & Black, Vasarely Museum, Budapest
2007 Hungarian Art. Expressionistic Tendencies in Hungarian Contemporary Art 1980-2007, Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum, Bratislava
2007 Salute to Kassák, Art Gallery, Érsekújvár
2007 An artwork made for words. New acquisitions, new achievements in the 50 years old Hungarian National Gallery, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, 
2007 The Nancy G. Brinker Collection. Hungarian Artist, The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, Beachwood (Ohio, USA)
2007 "Living classics of Hungarian contemporary graphic art", Cultural Institute of the Republic of Hungary, Stuttgart

2006 Lützenburger Collection, Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna
2006 Re:mbrandt - Contemporary Hungarian artists respond, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
2006 Hommage á Bartók, Institut Hongrois, Paris
2006 Vasilescu Collection, Csikász Gallery, Veszprém
2006 In honour of Arnulf Rainer, Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna

2005 Living Classics, City Art Museum, Győr
2005 The last 25 years of Hungarian art from the Hernádi Collection, Kassák Museum, Budapest
2005 Constructive Concepts, Modern Gallery - László Vass Collection, Veszprém
2005 Hungarian Contemporary Painting, Marble Hall of the Embassy of the Republic of Hungary, Vienna
2005 Selection of our new acquisitions I. Pictures, sculptures (1995-2004), Municipal Gallery - Kiscell Museum, Budapest
2005 The Vasilescu Collection, Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna

2004 Hungarian Art, Embassy of Hungary, Washington DC
2004 Olympic Truce: Pieces of Peace, Embassy of Greece, Washington DC
2004 Passage d'Europe, Musée d'Art Moderne, Saint-Étienne Métropole
2004 Geometry Hungarian. Hungarian geometry today, Municipial Gallery, Pilsen
2004 Le Pont - Bridge. Selection from the Szöllősi-Nagy - Nemes Collection, ArtMill, Szentendre
2004 Exhibition of the French Institute's 20-year collection, French Institute, Budapest
2004 Red and White, Várfok Gallery, Budapest

2003 Canvases 1990-2000. Painting in Hungary in the 1990s. A selection from the collection of the Ludwig Museum Budapest - Museum of Contemporary Art

2003 Eastern Slovakia Gallery, Košice
2003 Distant proximity. Postwar Hungarian Art from the Collection of the St. Stephen the King Museum, Székesfehérvár

2003 Museum umeni, Olomouc
2003 Hommage an György Ligeti 80 (2003) István Nádler II. Works on paper, Embassy of the Republic of Hungary, Berlin
2003 Modern Gallery - László Vass Collection, Modern Gallery, Veszprém

2002 Situation Hungary - Art before and after the fall of communism, Max Liebermann Haus, Berlin
2002 The 90s III - Contemporary Hungarian Art Collection in the Municipal Art Museum, Municipal Gallery, Győr
2002 Art from Visegrád, Local History Museum and South Sea Collection, Obergünzburg

2001 The Kolozsváry Collection, Picture Gallery of the City Museum, Győr
2001 Cream MEO, Budapest
2001 Far East, Far West, ArtMill, Szentendre
2001 New mechanism. Works from the 60s and 70s, MEO Contemporary Art Collection, Budapest

2000 Selection from the Vass Collection, Gallery of the City Art Museum, Győr
2000 Mondiale Echo's. Een overzicht van internationale abstract - geometrische kunst, Mondriaanhuis, Amersfoort 
2000 Dialogue. Painting at the turn of the millennium, Kunsthalle, Budapest

1999 Contemporary Art - Hungary 1999 MOST, Museum Bochum, Bochum

1999 Gallery of the City of Fellbach, Fellbach
1999 Hungary - Ways to the present. Contributions from art and philosophy. Gallery in the Lände Kressbronn, Kressbronn on Lake Constance
1999 The 90s. New collection in the City Art Museum, City Gallery, Győr
1999 Aspekte/Positionen - 50 years of art from Central Europe 1949-1999. Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Palais Liechtenstein; 20er Haus, Vienna

1998 Modern Hungarian Art in the Kolozsváry Collection, Kunsthalle, Budapest
1998 Hungarian Presence 1998, Galeria Sztuki Wspólczesnej Zacheta, Warszawa,
1998 The first generation of Hungarian neo-avant-garde 1965-1972, Szombathely Gallery, Szombathely
1998 Humanity and Values. Körmendi-Csák Collection, Hungary,

1998 VIC Rotunda, Wien
1998 "Hidden treasures" VIII. Selection from the collection of László Vass, House of Arts "Martyn Ferenc" Penthouse Gallery, Pécs

1997 Oil / canvas. Contemporary Hungarian painting, Kunsthalle, Budapest
1997 Consonance - Music and Contemporary Art, Szentendre Gallery, Szentendre
1997 The Merics Collection, King St. Stephen Museum, Székesfehérvár

1996 Abstraction - Opposition: The artistic avant-garde of the 60s and 70s in Hungary, Kunstverein, Museum im Hafenbahnhof, Friedrichshafen

1996 3x3 From Hungary, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York
1996 Figure, Form and Fantasy - An overview of the recent decades of Hungarian art, The Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius
1996 Contemporary Art Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
1996 Mémoire de la Liberté, Budapest Gallery Exhibition House, Budapest
1996 Works and Behaviour. Hungarian Art of the 20th Century 1990-1996, Csók István Gallery, Székesfehérvár, Hungary

1995 Eastern Inspirations, Sándor Palace, Budapest
1995 Kolozsváry Collection, Győr, Szombathely Gallery, Szombathely
1995 Hungarian painting in the 60s and 70s as reflected in the Kolozsváry Collection, Győr

1995 Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna

1994 Artists of the Gallery, Waszkowiak Gallery, Berlin
1994 Creative - Constructive, Waszkowiak Gallery, Berlin
1994 80's - Fine Art, Ernst Museum, Budapest
1994 Europe, Europe. The Century of the Avant-garde in Central and Eastern Europe, Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der BRD, Bonn
1994 More than ten, Ludwig Museum, Budapest
1994 Madziarzy Sztuka Węgrow 1994, Galeria Studio, Warszawa

1993 We "East French" - Hungarian Art 1981-1989. Hungarian Art of the 20th Century 14, Csók István Gallery, Székesfehérvár

1993 The Centuries of Hungarian Art in the Mirror of Museum Collections. New acquisitions in the Hungarian National Gallery 1985-1992., Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest

1993 Hungarica - Arte Ungherese degli anni '80 e sue origini, Museo di Roma, Palazzo Braschi, Roma

1993 Arte e Altro Giovani Artisti 5th, Accademia d'Ungheria, Roma

1993 Hungary - Before and After - An Exhibition of Hungarian Art, IMF Visitors' Center, Washington D. C.; Kiscelli Museum, Budapest 

1993 Identité d'aujourd'hui - L'art contemporain Hongroise, Polonais, Slovaque, Tchéque, Centre de Conférences Albert Borschette, Bruxelles

1993 Contemporary Hungarian Art, New Gallery of the City of Linz, Linz

1993 Zuglói Kör (1958-1968) ...reconstruction of a never seen exhibition, N°5 Gallery, Budapest

1993 Hungarian art in the 20th century. The Kolozsváry Collection, Győr. City Gallery, Sindelfingen

1992 Hungarica - Arte ungherese degli anni '80 e sue origini, Museo d'Arte Moderna, Bolzano
1992 Reductivism - Abstraction in Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary 1950-1980, Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Museum of 20th Century, Vienna

1992 "Besides the Auction" exhibition by András Baranyay, András Felvidéki, István Nádler and György Szőnyei, N°5 Gallery, Budapest
1992 Introduction to Contemporary Art, Csók István Gallery, Székesfehérvár

1991 Art, Europe - Hungary, Kunsthalle, Bremen
1991 Free Zone - Contemporary Hungarian and Finnish art, Taidehalli, Helsinki; 1991 Kunsthalle, Budapest
1991 Mémoire de la Liberté - Les artistes imagent la liberté, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
1991 Contemporary Art - Selection from the collections of the Ludwig Museum, Budapest and the Hungarian National Gallery, Hungarian National Gallery - Ludwig Museum, Budapest
1991 The Sixties. New aspirations in Hungarian art, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
1991 Hommage á El Greco, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
1990 13 Artisti Wegierski, Galeria Sztuki Wspólczesnej Zacheta, Warszawa

1990 Art Scene Budapest, Salzburger Künstlerhaus, Salzburg

1990 Movement '70-'90, Modern Hungarian Gallery, Pécs

1990 Hungarian Dominant Tendencies Art of The Eighties Today, N.Y. The Cultural & Civic Center, Southampton

1990 Art of the 80s, Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz

1989 Art Today in Hungary, New Gallery Ludwig Collection, Aachen
1989 Hungarian Art Today, Walker Hill Art Center, Seoul
1989 Hungarian avant-garde in the painting of the eighties, Kunstverein, Mannheim

1989 Galerie Schrade Schloss Mochental, Ehingen
1989 Budapest '88 - 8 Hungarian Painters, New Gallery of the City of Linz, 1989 Wolfgang Gurlitt Museum, Linz

1989 The end of the avant-garde 1975-1980. 13th Hungarian art of the twentieth century, Csók István Képtár, SzékesfehérvárKonstruktive Strömungen. Constructive prints from Hungary. City Gallery, Lebzelterhaus, VöcklabruckMad'arské výtvarné umení XX. století (1945-1988), Národní galerie v Praze, Prague

1988 Budapest '88 - 8 Hungarian painters, Neue Galerie, Wolfgang-Gurlitt-Museum, Linz;

1988 Galerie Knoll, Vienna

1988 Arti et Amicitiae Klub, Amsterdam 

1988 A reunion - 5 Hungarian artists, Lengenfeld Castle, Krems

1988 Construction-Structure-Utopia - New Constructivism in Hungary. House of Hungarian Culture, Berlin

1988 Rosc'88. The George Costakis Collection

1988 Pintura Hongarese Actual, Museu de Mallorca, Mallorca

1988 Hungarian painting of the 20th century, National Museums, Berlin

1988 Hommage á IPARTERV 1968/69 I., Fészek Gallery, Budapest

1987 Aspects of Hungarian Contemporary Painting, Stadthalle, Hagen

1987 Stadthaus-Gallery, Münster

1987 New Sensibility Hungarian Painting of the 80s, Gallery of the City, Villa Merkel, Esslingen

1987 Contemporary Visual Arts from Hungary, Gallery of Artists, Munich

1987 Kunsthalle, Budapest

1987 New Sensitivity IV Pécs Gallery, Pécs Kisgaléria, Pécs

1987 Hungarian painting of the 80s, Parkhalle im Westfalenpark, Dortmund 1987 Contemporary Hungarian Small Sculpture, Museum of Art and Cultural History of the City, Dortmund

1987 Magical works, Ernst Museum, Budapest

1987 Nová Maďarská Malba, Dome umení mesta, Brna; Galerii umení, Karlovy Vary; Klementinum, Prague

1987 Hungarian Paintings, Galerie Eremitage, Berlin
1986 Eclecticism '85, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
1986 Cinco Pintores Hungaros Contemporaneos, Galeria las Malvinas, 
Buenos Aires

1986 Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas; Lima; México; Museo Nacional, Bogota
1986 Small Sculpture - Federal Republic of Germany, France, Hungary - 3rd Triennale Fellbach, Schwabenlandhalle, Fellbach
1986 Aspects of Hungarian contemporary painting, Erholungshaus der Bayer AG, Leverkusen

1985 Hungarian Painting 1945-1985, Helsinki City Hall Ala-Aula, Helsinki; Salon Kaupungintalon Nayttelytila, Salo 
1985 Three generations of Hungarian artists, Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Künstlerhaus, Graz

1985 4th European Graphic Biennale, Baden-Baden, Bruxelles
1985 Peintres contemporains hongrois, Galerie des Beaux-Arts, Bordeaux     
1985 Six painters from Hungary, Montreal
1985 From Courbet to Beuys. New acquisitions '75-'85, Nationalgalerie, Berlin

1984 Freshly painted. The new wave of Hungarian painting, Ernst Museum, Budapest
1983 L'art hongrois contemporain, Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris
1982 Ungersk konst 1905-1980, Konsthall, Malmö 
1982 Art Hongrois Contemporain, Musée Cantini, Marseille

1982 Palais de l'Europe, Menton

1982 Palais du Conservatoire, Salon Regain, Lyon

1982 La Maison des Congrés et de la Culture, Clermont-Ferrand

1982 L'Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris 

1982 XIV Festival International de la Peinture 1982, Chateau-Musée, Cagnes-sur-Mer

1982 Contemporary Hungarian Art, Galerie Lévy, Hamburg

1982 Tendencies, Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris 

1981 Ungersk konst 1905-1980, Liljevalch Konsthall, Stockholm

1981 New Sensuality, Fészek Gallery, Budapest

1981 Ungersk konst 1905-1980, Konstmuseum, Göteborg

1980 IPARTERV 1968-80, IPARTERV, Great Hall, Budapest

1980 Biennale di scultura di Arese, Monza

1980 Ungarsk konstruktivisme, Henie-Oustad Kunstsenter, Hoevikodden; Nordjyllands Konstmuseum, Aalborg 

1979 Hungarian Constructivist Art 1920-1977, Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf; Kunstverein, Munich 

1979 Encounter with contemporary art from Hungary, Gallery in the Rostockvilla, Vienna, Klosterneuburg

1979 Young Hungarian contemporary painters and graphic artists, Hamburg

1979 Arte Ungherese Contemporana, Palazzo Reale, Milano; Salone Brunelleschiano, Firenze

1978 Hongaarse constructivist art 1920-1977, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Amsterdam; Utrecht; Hertogenbosch; Zwolle

1976 Hungarian Avant-garde, Galerie von Bartha, Basel

1976 10 years of International Painter's Weeks in the Steiermarkt, Künstlerhaus Graz

1976 6th International Biennale of Graphic Arts, Krakow

1976 III Internazionale Biennale for Graphic Arts, Friedrickstadt 

1975 New Hungarian Constructivists, Municipal Art Museum, Bonn

1975 Graphica Creativa '75, Alvar Aalto Museum, Jyväskylä

1975 Hungarian Avantgard, Schlegel Gallery, Zurich

1974 Artists making flags, Kunstverein, Rottweil

1974 Hungarian Art '74 - In Memoriam László Moholy-Nagy, Kunstverein, Oldenburg

1973 Jürgen Weichardt Collection, Kunsthalle, Wilhelmshaven, City Museum, Oldenburg 

1973 In memoriam Lajos Kassák - 6 Hungarian Constructivists, Forum Kunst, Rottweil

1973 Hungarian artists '73, Kunstverein, Frechen 

1973 Hungarian artists, Oldenburg Art Museum1973 XII Premi Internacional de Dibuix Joan Miró, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona

1972 Six Hungarian artists, Gallery 15, Graz

1972 XI Premi Internacional de Dibuix Joan Miró, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona

1972 Hungarian Avant-garde '72, Kunstverein, Vechta

1971 Hungarian artists, Galerie St. Johann, Saarbrücken

1971 Six Hungarian artists for the first time in Vienna. Gallery in the Griechenbeisl, Vienna

1971 Balatonboglár chapel exhibition, Balatonboglár

1971 Premio Internazionale Biella per l'Incisione, Museo Civico, Biella

1970 Six Hungarian artists. Paintings and prints from private collections. Art Association, Oldenburg

1970 Movement '70, Modern Hungarian Gallery, Pécs 

1970 3rd Biennale Internazionale for Graphic Arts. Krakow

1970 IX Premi Internacional Dibuix Joan Miró, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona 

1970 Wystawa gruppy artysotw wegierskich. Poznan, Lodz, Szczecin

1970 "R" exhibition, Technical University "R" Club, Budapest 

1969 Concretists, Karlovy Vary 

1969 IPARTERV II, Cultural Hall of IPARTERV, Budapest

1968 IPARTERV I., IPARTERV Culture Hall, Budapest
1968 Hommage á Lajos Kassák. King Stephen Museum, Székesfehérvár

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