Art historian. He studied History of Art at ELTE (MA, 2009; PhD, 2016), and History at CEU (MA, 2010). He has been a researcher in the Research Department of KEMKI since 2021. He was previously the head of scientific affairs at the Ferenczy Museum Center in Szentendre (2017–2021) and worked at the Art Collection of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2014–2017). He was a participant in the ‘Hungarian Art of the 1960s–1970s’ research project at Kassák Museum (2014–2016) and the ‘Confrontations: Sessions in East European Art History’ research group (UCL, 2019–2022).
His research interests include Central European art from 1945 to 1989, especially the artistic reception of Jewish identity and the Holocaust, as well as cultural diplomacy and the cultural history of blood libels. He is the curator and co-curator of numerous research-based exhibitions.