Madison Studio, Budapest 2020

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus, Budapest 2019 /Ar2day Gallery/

Botschaft von Ungarn in Wien, Wien 2019

Kepes Institiute,(contemporary museum), Eger 2018

Artel Gallery,(Pannónia street), Budapest 2017

Hotel Intercontinental, Budapest 2016/Arten Gallery/

VA Design , Budapest 2016

Émile, Budapest 2016 /Ar2day Gallery/

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus, Budapest 2015 /Ar2day Gallery/

Nagymaros, Hungary 2015 /Arten Gallery/

Hotel intercontinental, Budapest 2014

Újlipótvárosi Klub-Gallery, 2014

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus, Budapest 2012

Ybl Palace, Budapest 2012

Vam Design Center (Király street), Budapest 2011

K&H private banking, Budapest 2010

Filter Gallery, Budapest 2010

Arten Gallery, Budapest 2007

Arten Gallery, Budapest 2006

Gallery Eger, Eger 2003

Arten Gallery, Budapest 2003

Arten Gallery, Budapest 2001

Debrecen, 1995


Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts  2020

Gundel, Budapest 2018 /Ar2day Gallery/

Kempinski collection, Kempinski Hotel, Berlin 2018

Kempinski collection, Kogart, Tihany 2017

Expecto Patronum, London 2014

Mácsai István Gallery, Budapest 2012


Artexpo, Budapest 1997



2.INTERNATIONALE RING WIENNALE, WIEN, 2019 Nominated by Prof. Martin Suppan, owner of the prestigious Suppan Fine Arts (http://www.suppanfinearts.com) Prof. Wolfgang Maier-Preusker (https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Maier-Preusker) , art historian. Patron of the exhibition: Sebastian Kurz, Chancellor of Austria.  Prof. Martin Suppan (http://www.suppanfinearts.com/en) neves bécsi galériás és Prof. Wolfgang Maier-Preusker (https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Maier-Preusker) német-osztrák művészettörténész jelölt első helyezésre. A kiállítás fővédnöke az osztrák kancellár Sebastian Kurz volt.



Earning his art degree in 1995, he went on to study visual communication and fine art. He paints with a mixed technique and is keen on placing graphical elements in his works. He has always held a firm belief that paintings and graphics are inseparable which he never could or wanted to detach. His colours and shapes reveal a unique touch. The figures of his paintings dance on a visible net - they embrace, fly, perform circus acts, look for contact with one another, embrace and enjoy life. This spatial net is flexible. The artist threads his emotions and moods in this net and wanders in time and space accordingly. His faith in universality is closely connected with balance. He believes that while artists explore some ways in all their work, it is in the tiniest details that they achieve wholeness, and that’s what matters. When the smallest elemental particle is in place, that’s when the work is complete. The birth of the simple and extraordinary ispreceded by a great deal of energy and experience.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging - ART CREED 

No other way.
I live like an organic MRI machine. All information is formed into a picture. It appears as a slice of every vibration and i paint it as a universal energy formula. They appear as image slices of universe descriptive equations.
Quantum mechanical, astronomical snapshots. I transform energy into images. I fill the viewer freeing his consciousness from the illusion of mere vegetative existence. I feed the dormant subconscious spirit creature with ambrozia. I transfer the omnipotent energy of the body and material into my images. My hand moves as the universe moves. All loops, waves from the spheres' music, are energized by force. All power is for everyone and every one returns to himself, stands together and then falls apart. it develops infinitely, still and moving. a line and millions. I paint to show the whole unity and to destroy the illusion of passing, because the eternal spirit is the greatest art.


Brendan N Ward

Professor of the Arts 
The School of the Arts

Columbia University,

New York, 2014 :

“Fusion painting merges the abstract space of the inner landscape with the tactile images of the human form to create an astounding, beguiling, narrative splendor. This is the stuff of greatness. Krüzsely has unlocked the secret mathematics of hidden forms, animated by a graphic vocabulary and overlaid with painterly familiarity. The result is pure energy given over to material contemplation, a spiritual blessedness rooted in physical sensuality.”