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DEMOCRACY in the group exhibition for “European Accents” Summer/Fall 2010 / Perm, Russia / Pécs, Hungary / Essen, Germany
"UNTITLED" in the group exhibition URBAN MIRACLES at Remise Galerie, Winter 2010 / Bludenz, Austria
“UNTITLED” (10 photographs in digital frames with printed text) for NOTES ON A STREET IN TRANSITION in the group show ANATOMY OF A STREET / London Festival of Architecture / June 2010
CROSSTALK (video presentation) CROSSTALK VIDEO FESTIVAL artist presentation series sponsored by Ludwig Museum May 2010
“UNTITLED” (projected digital images) in group exhibition I LOVE MARKETS at Gödör Galéria, Budapest May 2010
AKCIÓ - SALE - solo exhibition Liget Gallery, Winter 2010 / Budapest
TEMPORARY CITY - residency, Fall 2009 Approach Art Association Gallery / Pécs, Hungary
BOURGEOIS GENTLEMEN OF CALAIS, version 12.1 in the group exhibition REVOLUTIONARY DECADENCE - Kiscelli Múzeum, September 2009 - Budapest
FOOD - solo exhibition and residency Meantime Project Space, Cheltenham, UK February 2009
ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER: Reconnecting the Dots of '68 - Meantime Exhibition Space, Cheltenham, UK Spring, 2008
AMERICA - director/editor - Cinema du Reel, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2008
AMERICA - director /editor - Whitney Museum of American Art, New York - Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era, 2007
EATS = FOOD - curator/artist group exhibition Approach Art Association Gallery, 2006 / Pécs, Hungary
EXPIRATION DATE: to be determined curator/artist group exhibition - a mixed media installation examining market halls in Hungary, Finland and Italy. Ernst Muzeum (Budapest) November 2005.
SELECTED EARLY FILMS (2003) Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival –Yamagata, Japan - Newsreel Retrospective
AMERICA (2002) director/editor Newsreel Retrospective – Cinemateque Francais
WE’RE NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE - solo photography installation Miro Gallery 2002 / Budapest
MIES VAN DER ROHE IN AMERICA- co-director, editor and director of photography for the video installations: Exhibitions (2001-2002) at Whitney Museum of American Art, Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago) and the Canadian Centre for Architecture (Montreal)