Hlboká 1, 81104 Bratislava
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1943 Born in Bratislava on May 13.
1957–1962 Secondary School of Applied Arts, Bratislava.
1962 He established his studio in a basement on C. Hronský Street,
where he used to make models of plaster sculptures influenced
by Brancusi and Arp.
1962–1968 Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava.
1970–1984 Projects of fountains.
1972–1982 He applied himself to creating animated works and movies.
1978–1981 Active in performance art within a small group of friends.
1979 Presentation of his movies at Galerie de Appel, Amsterdam.
and Galerie Dziekanka, Warsaw.
1984 Under the pseudonym Roberta Weinerová published fragments
of the novel Night and Day – Svědectví, Paris.
1985 The Projects The Atrium and Ten Minutes 1987.
1986–1994 He designed ceramic works for studio Art 4 in Bratislava.
1989–1990 Sculpture The Meant, bronze and granite,
Bratislava (architectural realisation).
1990–1993 He taught sculpting at the Academy of Fine Arts
and Design, Bratislava.
1999 Bratislava - Akcent Gallery
2000 New York – WTC
2000 Prague – Spala Gallery
2001 Bratislava – GMB
2002 Bratislava – Gallery Medium
2006 Bratislava – SNG (Slovak National Gallery)
2007 Prague – Galerie Mánes
1998 Banská Bystrica (Slovak Republic) – Grand Prix – digital graphics
1999 Kochi (Japan) - 4.International Triennial Exhibition of Prints – Certificate of merit
1999 Györ - The Masters of Graphic Arts - Prize of The Hungarian Artists Association
1999 Bratislava (Slovak Republic) – 1. Prize – Olympic Games 2000
2000 Cracow 2000 – International Print Triennial – Jury Prize – digital graphics
2003 Seoul - The 12 Space International Print Biennial - Selected Prize
2008 Edmonton Print International (Canada) Bronze Prize
2008 Anasoft Litera (Slovak Republic) – The Best Book 2008 – Film stories – Nomination
2010 Qu Art competition (Brusel) – The best 27 EU sculptors for the exhibition in China