Bálint Miksa

Since 1992, Bálint Miksa (1970) has been experimenting with unconventional painting techniques. His works have completely freed themselves from traditional compositions and methods, keeping the original essence of his inspiration: explosions of shape and colours reaching to an endless universe. His floating paintings are meant for the informal eyes – for those who embrace the freedom of creation.

STUDIES
1989-95 Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest, Faculty of Painting

MAIN AWARDS
Derkovits Scholarship, 2003-2005
Scholarship of the Fondation Samuel Buffat, Geneva (CH), 1995
Hermann Lipót Prize, 1994

MAJOR SOLO AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Hungarian Institute, Paris (F), 1992 (Group)
Gallery Várfok 14, Budapest, 1994 (Solo)
Bürgerhaus, Remshalden, (D), 1998 (Solo)
Dialogue, Kunsthalle, Budapest, 2000 (Groupe)
Millenáris, Budapest, 2003 (Solo)
Gallery KAS, Budapest, 2005 (Solo)
Hungarian Institute, Stuttgart, (D), 2006 (Groupe)
Gallery Fuga, Budapest, 2010 (Solo)
Kogart, Budapest 2010 (Group)