Ákos Bánki


Ákos Bánki’s abstract paintings reflect traditions of the American Abstract Expressionism, as well as modern Hungarian painting traditions, and his artistic concepts are rooted in existential philosophy.

The fluctuation of intuitive gestures, liquid paint, and vibrant colors significantly makes his work recognisable. He conveys the newest ways of gesture-based non- figuration in a mode that retains its originality in any international environment of his generation.


Dóra Juhász

Dora Juhasz’s large scale abstract paintings has recognisable recurrent oval forms usually in an almost orderly mode. Painted in a fluid way, open to mistakes, the unfolding shape in the monochrome field, is almost like a natural phenomenon manifesting that represents a provenance, beholding potential, energy.This emergence from the void, literally and in a figurative sense, is the supreme motive for her.

Dóra is one of the co-founding artists of Budapest Art Factory.


Márta Kucsora

Márta`s large-scale gestural abstract paintings reflect the micro and macro environment with an enhanced abstract visual language, introducing unique techniques. Her works are widely exhibited in international galleries and institutions.
Márta is one of the co-founding artists of Budapest Art Factory and manages its international artist residency program.

Michael PETTET

Michael Pettet

Michael Pettet explores art and digital painting through the prism of different media. At the forefront of digital art, Pettet embraces the challenge of imbuing the product of technology with soul. With digital tools, he follows the traditional painting process, where the drawing tablet is the canvas, the electronic pen is the paintbrush and Photoshop is the palette. The internal dialogue, which is affected by the environment and surroundings, is a major theme of his art. In the series titled LamentScapa Flow and the most recent project – Chernobyl Diaries, location becomes defamiliarized and personified.

Sándor SZÁSZ

Sándor Szász

Transylvanian born Sándor Szász explores the historical and political past of his homeland in his works. Experiences of personal uprooting and loss of individual identity are topical issues of our times. The imagery of Sándor Szász’s works is usually interpreted as a post-apocalyptic state of humans and nature. Sándor’s work were exhibited in prominent galleries and institutions in Europe, and in China.
Sándor is one of the co-founders of Budapest Art Factory.


Anna Tihanyi

Anna Tihanyi is an award-winning fine art photographer from Budapest. Her works depict a reminiscence of an another era; she stages scenes to tell stories, while exploring her own female self, and femininity in general terms.
She received MA from communication, and earned a degree in experimental photography in 2006. She is a former member of the Studio of Young Hungarian Art Photographers (FFS) and four times recipient of the National Cultural Fund of Hungary.
Shortly after her work got selected as a permanent installation for the Youth Olympic Village in Innsbruck, Austria, won the NARS residency in New York, following by the E.On Creative Award Residency in Berlin.


Anthony Vasquez

Anthony Vasquez is a New Mexico-born painter who currently resides in Budapest. Self-introspection, cross-cultural experience, and faith have shaped his career and are exactly what informs his creative process. One of his interests is exploring the connection between human dignity and the common good for society. Apart from promoting the values of empathy, honesty, and self-understanding, Anthony has experience in mentoring and encouraging other artists in their journey as culture makers.


Péter Weiler

Peter Weiler is a multimedia artist working primarily with digital tools. His colorful works deal with political and emotional aspects of life in Hungary. Deep rooted melancholy for loss of time and changing cultural scenery that is apparent in design, architecture and the human interaction. He works with stylus hand-drawn images printed with giclée technology on canvas, paper and plexiglass. Weiler created the first NFT art in Hungary.

Anikó BODA

Anikó Boda

Anikó Boda worked as an obstetrician and gynaecologist before she became a full-time artist. She saw many people to die (even before they were born), this experience became the foundation-stone of her art. Her realist figurative work is based on the problems of psychological and philosophical questions of human existence. On one hand her mainly large scale oil paintings depict the transitory aspect of life using the surface qualities of old frescoe painting, on the other hand her use of bright colors celebrates the joy of everyday pleasures.