2019
HOLOGRAPHIC MEMORIES, TOBE Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
SUPREME – BAUHAUS, Moholy-Nagy Gallery / CHB, Berlin, Germany
BAUHAUS 100, Vasarely Múzeum, Budapest, Hungary

2018
ON THE EDGE OF GEOMETRY, Vasarely Museum, Budapest, Hungary
NOISE OF THE IMAGE, Három Hét Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

2017
FOUND GEOMETRY, Vasarely Museum, Budapest, Hungary
ABSTRACTIONS, Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna, Austria
TAKING OUT – with Dezső László-Kiss, Liget Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
PHOTOSUPREMATISTS in Balassi Insitute Brussels, Belgium

2016
REGARDS SUR LA VILLE, Vasarely Foundation, Aix en Provence, France
ECHOES: CITY, SOCIETY, CONFLICT & SELF IN HUNGARIAN PHOTOGRAPHY at Alma Gallery, New York, USA
TRIANGLE, TOBE Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
EXHIBITION AT KORUNK GALLERY, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
SUPREME – with Minyó Szert, Godot Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
PHOTOSUPREMATISTS in Balassi Institute Ljubljana, Slovenia
Galerija Photon Ljubljana, Slovenia

2015
CIRCLES – Három Hét Galéria, Budapest, Hungary
PHOTOSUPREMATISTS shows in:
Hungarian Culture Institute, Stuttgart, Germany
Arsenal, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Photon Galerie, Vienna, Austria
Schusev State Museum of Architecture, Moscow, Russia

2014
LACDA 2014 TOP 40 – Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, USA
SPACE AS SPACE – Vasarely Museum, Budapest, Hungary
LACDA TEN YEARS ANNIVERSARY RETROSPECTIVE – Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, USA
PHOTOSUPREMATISTS in Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Centre, Budapest

2013
CULTURAL CITY NETWORK GRAZ “ARRIVALS / DEPARTURES”, Galerie Centrum, Graz, Austria
MALEVICH LOOKS BACK – MAMŰ Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
LACDA – NINTH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBIT, Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts, USA
URBAN LANDSCAPE NO. 6 – Light/Structures, FUGA Budapest Centre of Architecture, Budapest, Hungary

2012
LACDA – VIDEO PROJECT ROOM: “CINEMATORGRAPH” VIDEO, Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts, USA
CREATED DREAMS – The Hive Gallery Los Angeles, USA
“DANUBE DIALOGS – BUDAPEST/NOVI SAD” with Pavle Jovanovic,  Art Club, Novi Sad, Serbia
LACDA EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY RETROSPCTIVE – Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts, USA

2011
“GEOMIX 2.0”, B55 Contemporary Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
VECTORS – Nessim Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

2010
DEEP SURFACES – Galerija Photon, Ljubljana, Slovenia
TRIO – with Ákos Czigány, Nessim Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
EXHIBITION AT ATELIERS PRO ARTS – A.P.A.! Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
WOMEN ONLY – Centrális Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
“LACDA 2010 TOP 40”, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, USA
OKOLJE CONSULTING ART COLLECTION – Gallery of Contemporary Art Celje, Slovenia

2009
EXHIBITION AT CDA GALLERY, Graz, Austria
URBAN LANDSCAPES – Collegium Hungaricum, Moholy-Nagy Gallery, Berlin, Germany
PHOTONIC MOMENTS shows by Photon Gallery:
Salon Galić, Split, Croatia
Magacin Galerija, Belgrade, Serbia
Fotogalerie des Rathaus, Graz, Austria
Korotan Art Center, Vienna, Austria
Photonic Moments, Cankarjev Dom, Ljubljana, Slovenia

ART FAIRS

2018
PHOTO BASEL (Photon Gallery)

ART PHOTO BUDAPEST – As a special guest artist of the Visegrad Contemporary Festival

FRESH PAINT Tel Aviv, Israel (TOBE Gallery)

2017
FOTOFEVER PARIS (Photon Gallery)

MIA MILANO (TOBE Gallery)

ART PHOTO BUDAPEST (TOBE Gallery)

2016
ART PHOTO BUDAPEST (TOBE Gallery and Photon Gallery)

2013
PHOTO FEVER BRUSSELS (Inda Gallery)

2011
ART MARKET BUDAPEST (Photon Gallery)

2010
CONTEMPORARY ISTANBUL (Nessim Gallery)
C.A.R. CONTEMPORARY ART RUHR (Nessim Gallery)

2009
VIENNAFAIR (Photon Gallery)

AWARD, SCHOLARSHIP & RESIDENCY PROGRAMS:

Centre Européen d’Actions Artistiques Contemporaines, Strasbourg, France in 2014 
Residency at Estonian Artist Association, Tallinn, Estonia in 2011
Cultural City Network Graz award (2008) and residency in Graz, Austria in 2009 
Pécsi József Scholarship in 2008

ABOUT PHOTOSUPREMATISTS:

Artists of the group are Bálint Szombathy, Aniko Robitz and Károly Minyó Szert. Bálint Szombathy established the Photosuprematists group in 2013. It is motivated by the historical moment of 2013 being the 100th birth anniversary of Suprematism, the art movement established by Kazimir Malevich.