Experimental endeavour (ideatic, technique) combined with a multivalent subjective meta-discourse his work pays eulogy – from a conceptual perspective – to the figurative (present, in his creation also in the fragmentary utopian dimension). The artist grants the negative/positive volumetric equal chances, which is a distinct signature with equal validity in the process of re-examination, re-ordination of the natural world elements. His latest projects have a referential theoretical basis in dualism, opposing and polarizing the co-eternal principles of good and evil – present in all the ancient myths and the various religions – identified also in the Christian prayer Our Father that art.... The artist suggests reconsidering the freedom of option as a saving chance granted by divinity to the human being. His plastic creation is made in bronze, stone (variants) and terracotta.
1989 - 1992 - „Ion Andreescu” Institute of Fine Arts, Cluj-Napoca, graphics department;
1992 - 1993 - Academia of Arts, Bucharest, graphics department;
1997 - Academia of Arts, Bucharest, sculpture department, professors Mircea Spătaru and Darie Dup;
Tutor at the sculpture department, University of Arts, Bucharest.
Member of the Plastic Artists Union in Romania
2000 - Bredgade Kunsthandel Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark;
- Simeza Gallery, Bucharest.
Group exhibitions (selection):
1992 - Salon of engraving, County Gallery, Cluj-Napoca;
1993 - „StudentFest”, Timişoara;
1994 – Simeza Gallery, Bucharest;
- Academy of Art Gallery, Budapest;
1995 - Artexpo-Floor ¾ Gallery, Bucharest;
- „Dialogue of freedom”, Galla Gallery, Bucharest;
- Exhibition of sculpture and painting, Apolo Gallery, Bucharest;
- Academy of Art Gallery, Bucharest;
1997 - Ludwig Forum Gallery, Aachen, Germany;
1998 - „Szinevaltozasok", Mucsnarok Gallery, Budapest, Hungary;
- Autumn Salon of the Plastic Artists Union, Galla Gallery, Bucharest;
- International Biennale „Arts of Fire”, Floor ¾ Gallery, National Theatre, Bucharest;
- „Portrait-self-portrait”, Galla Gallery, Bucharest;
1999 – Huset Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark.
1993 - Mraconia, Turnu Severin;
1994 - Sângeorz-Băi;
1999 - Morges, Switzerland.
1995 – Prize by the rector of the Academy of Art, Bucharest;
- grant at Kunsthochschule Weisensee, Berlin, Germany;
1997 – Ludwig grant;
1998 – Prize for metal at the International Biennale „Arts of Fire”;
1999 – Prize for sculpture, Morges, Switzerland.
Fundația Culturală META, Un secol de sculptură românească. Dicționar A-D. Colecția SINTEZE, Editura META, 2001, pp. 148 - 149.