PAF was born in 1980, and graduated from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2004 as a student of Károly Klimó.
The interaction of shapes, colors, and materials plays a particularly important role in PAF’s painting. He creates harmony between contrary factures, and along the substance-encounters they engender pictorial dimensions whose mutual tension and dialogue make up the picture itself. The artist is characterized by a daring, almost aggressive use of color, which further deepens the paintings that are already teeming with an abundance of substances. The central element in his most recent works is a figure that seems to struggle for existence within the force field of substances and colors. PAF’s paintings guide us into the inner world of the artist; each image shares a story or secret. This leads the viewers to their own struggles, sorrow, love, and happiness – i.e. themselves. Looking at PAF’s pictures, we are inevitably compelled to search our souls and engage in those struggles fought by the materials, colors, and shapes in front of us.
2012 Ottimo, Wien
2007 Artus studio